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  • EmberJS
    New Course: EmberJS Framework BasicsEmbermvc
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    The EmberJS Framework Basics course covers everything you need to know to get started building web apps in Ember. We'll start with a general overview of all the major parts of Ember and how they work together. Then we'll move on to exploring in detail how apps are implemented in Ember, with a focus on routes, controllers, resources, templates, data handling, and all the other most important Ember technologies.Read More…
  • JavaScript
    Go Back to Basics With Our New Course on JavaScript FundamentalsJs fun
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    So you want to learn JavaScript? In this course we’ll start at the very beginning and cover everything about the language that a beginner needs to know. Maybe you've never programmed anything before, or maybe you're coming to JavaScript from another language. Whatever your situation, we'll go through everything you need to get up and running with one of the most popular and dynamic languages in use today.Read More…
  • Browser Extensions
    Learn to Build a Chrome Extension in Our New CourseChrome extensions
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    Learn how to create extensions for Google's Chrome browser. In our new course you’ll learn everything you need to know in order to extend the functionality of the browser with custom extensions. We'll look at the different types of extension that we can build, and see the different kinds of extension architecture.Read More…
  • Web Development
    Chrome DevTools Features You May Have MissedChrome wide retina preview
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    With the recent updates to Chrome DevTools, let's take a look at a few of the newer features which you can use to help debug and improve your web application workflow with. Read More…
  • HTML & CSS
    Intro to Shadow DOMShadow dom retina preview
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    Take any modern web page and you will notice that it invariably contains content stitched together from a variety of different sources; it may include the social sharing widgets from Twitter or Facebook or a Youtube video playing widget, it may serve a personalized advertisement from some ad-server or it may include some utility scripts or styles from a third party library hosted over CDN and so on. And if everything is HTML based (as is preferred these days) there is a high probability of collisions between the markup, scripts or styles served from various sources. Generally, namespaces are employed to prevent these collisions which solve the problem to some extent, but they don't offer Encapsulation.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Beginning With WordPress: Editing the Look of Your Site With CSSBeginning with wordpress
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    So, now that we have a child theme set up we're ready to get make some changes to the look and feel of our site.Read More…
  • HTML & CSS
    Developing With Sass and Chrome DevToolsSass retina preview
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    In this article we'll take a look at how we can better integrate Chrome DevTools into our Sass development workflow.Read More…
  • Tools & Tips
    Chrome Dev Tools: JavaScript and PerformanceChrome dev tools part 3 preview
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    In this third part of our Chrome Developer Tools series, we'll review how to modify and debug JavaScript. Optimization is an important part of the development process, especially for performance-critical applications. We'll also discuss techniques for identifying potential bottlenecks in our code.Read More…
  • Web Development
    Chrome Dev Tools: Networking and the ConsoleChrome dev tools part 2 preview
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    In Part 1 - Chrome Dev Tools: Markup and Style, we reviewed two panels: Elements and Resources. Moving on, now, we'll take a look at the next two panels: Network and Console.Read More…
  • Tools & Tips
    Chrome Dev Tools: Markup and StyleChrome logo
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    It is necessary for web developers to understand and know how to use browser developer tools, and in this tutorial, I will introduce you to the Chrome Developer Tools. You'll learn some of the basics, starting with marking up and styling a web page.Read More…
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