Archive for: May, 2016

Quick Tip – Installing the Ionic Framework for HTML5 Apps

Ionic is a framework for building hybrid mobile apps using the web technologies you know and love, Angular and Cordova. The Ionic 2 release (currently in beta) leverages Angular 2 (also in beta) and ES6, and you can opt into TypeScript if you prefer. It allows you to write your application code once in HTML, CSS and Ja...

How to Integrate SmoothState.js Into a WordPress Theme

In our previous tutorial, we used the History Web API within a static site to serve smooth page transitions. In this tutorial we’re going to take things to the next level, by applying what we learned in a WordPress website. There’ll be one crucial difference; we’ll leverage SmoothState.js instead of buildi...

Ways You Need To Tell The Browser How To Optimize

In the past few years, there has been a number of front end features in which the performance onus has shifted from browser to developer. Rather than the presumed “browsers will get faster at running my code”, there is a little more “I need to change the way I code for browsers to get faster.” ...

Vanilla List

Vanilla List is a repository of JavaScript libraries; datepickers, form validation and push notifications are just some of the libraries available if you can’t (or don’t want) to a library dependency. Direct Link to Article — Permalink Vanilla List is a post from CSS-Tricks ...

¡Vamos! Break Out Of The Box With SmashingConf Barcelona 2016

   You can’t be extraordinary in every project, but knowing how and when to break out of the box can go a long way. The upcoming SmashingConf Barcelona, taking place on October 25–26, will be packed with smart solutions ranging from front-end to visual design to UX — and a few delightful surprises...

Best of 2016: 30 Tutorials for Photoshop Fans

What do you need to acquire proper skills to create outstanding artworks? The answer is trivial – studying and staying tuned all the time. While there are traditional ways to gain knowledge in graphic design such as schools and universities, there is also an alternative option that perfectly blends into our fast-movi...

Desktop Wallpaper Calendars: June 2016

   We always try our best to challenge your artistic abilities and produce some interesting and unique artwork, and as designers, we usually turn to different sources of inspiration. As a matter of fact, we’ve discovered the best one: desktop wallpapers that are a little more distinctive than the usua...

Using a Drag and Drop Builder? Get Your Free License

Advertise here via BSA Drag and drop website building tools have their pros and cons, as do most website building tools. If you are using drag and drop to build your websites, we have a little reward for you – a promise of something better. It’s called XPRS, it offers a new and innovative approach to website build...

Project Documentation with Hexo Static Site Generator

When starting an open source project, one of the most important things is to create project documentation. Documentation is essential if we want our project to be used by others, and it can be done in many ways: GitHub Wiki – GitHub lets us make a wiki associated with each project. It is composed of pages writte...

Sourcehunt: Conferences, Oauth2 in Slim, Static Analyzers, Etc.

Hello there, hunters! Before getting into this month’s links you should star and / or contribute to, I’d like to briefly give a shoutout to two conferences I attended and participated in this month: OSCAL and PhpKonf. Skip this section if you’re just interested in this month’s link list. Confer...