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  • Core Data
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  • Java
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    Android is the world's most-installed mobile OS, running devices as different as phones, tablets, watches and TVs. By developing for Android, you can create apps for all these devices. But before you start coding Android apps, you'll have to learn the Java programming language! In Learn Java for Android, you'll master the basics of Java programming, with a focus on the Android platform. Read More…
  • Core Data
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    In the previous installments, we discussed batch updates and batch deletes. In this tutorial, we'll take a closer look at how to implement asynchronous fetching and in what situations your application can benefit from this new API.Read More…
  • WordPress
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    The WordPress admin panel is pretty open for modifications and web developers have made the most out of it. These modifications are more common in themes due to the extended level of functionality, but you can find a complete set of option frameworks in some prominent plugins as well. Let's review what can we do inside the admin panel when it comes to creating options with Titan Framework.Read More…
  • React
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    React is a JavaScript library built and maintained by Facebook that aims to make it easy to build user interfaces using, you guess it, JavaScript.Read More…
  • Core Data
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    Even though Core Data has been around for many years on OS X and iOS, a feature that was added only recently are batch updates. Developers have been asking for this feature for many years and Apple finally found a way to integrate it into Core Data. In this tutorial, I will show you how batch updates work and what they mean for the Core Data framework.Read More…
  • WordPress
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  • CLIs
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  • WordPress
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  • Gradle
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  • WordPress
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  • Bourbon series

    Bourbon is a smooth and refined Sass mixin library for designers. It has a minimalistic approach and is serious about creating quality, scalable, semantic code. In this series we’ll take a distinguished look at the Bourbon library, along with its siblings Neat, Refills, and Bitters.

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    WordPress already ships with loads of good stuff to make a membership site. Unfortunately most of the process is handled on the back end, and ideally we want to keep users away from the admin area. So over this three-part series we will be moving this process to the front of the site, throwing in some customization, and styling it up along the way. 

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  • Page links

    Sometimes instead of simply having your top-level pages in your site's navigation menu, you want to draw more attention to them by adding prominent links to them in your header. In this short series, we'll look at how to do that.

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