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  • CMS
    The Top 50 Code Posts of 20142014
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    Though Tuts+ consists are more of just our Code category, here are the top 50 posts of 2014 that ran on Tuts+ Code.Read More…
  • CSS
    Understanding CSS Stats: How to Make the Most of the NumbersPre
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    Today, we’re going to talk about CSS best practices, specificity and maintainability, plus you’ll learn how to make better use of CSS statistics. Let’s dive in!Read More…
  • Blog
    How We’re Using Modules to Organize Our Front-End CodeBem modular
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    Ever wondered how a large site like Tuts+ keeps its CSS, HTML and JavaScript in order over continued development and iteration? I’m going to show you the process we’ve implemented to keep it all tidy and maintainable.Read More…
  • Intel XDK
    Getting Started with Intel XDKPreview image@2x
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    Mobile development with web technologies is nothing new. Thanks to tools like PhoneGap and Appcelerator Titanium, web developers can create hybrid apps that have access to the device's hardware. A new solution for HTML5/CSS/JavaScript development is Intel's XDK. In this article, I'll tell you why it's worth giving it a try.Read More…
  • CSS
    7 CSS Units You Might Not Know AboutRuler
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    Today, I'm going to introduce you to some CSS tools you might not have known about before. These tools are each units of measurement, like pixels or ems, but it’s quite possible that you’ve never heard of them! Let’s dive in.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Building a Social Profile Widget to Display Your Follower CountBuilding a social profile widget feature
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    In this final part of the series, we will develop a social profile widget that links to a Facebook page, and to Twitter, and Google+ profiles. The widget will also display the count of Facebook page likes as well as Twitter and Google+ followers count.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Creating Maintainable WordPress Meta Boxes: Finish The Front-EndMaintainable meta boxes 1
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    In this article, we're going to continue with introducing the rest of the user interface, and then we're going to move onto actually writing code responsible for verifying the user input and associating it with the given post.Read More…
  • Front-End
    Building a Website With Progressive EnhancementHtml
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    When building a website, you have a few ways to approach doing so. You can start by creating the most advanced version of the site with all of the scripts, styles, and so on, and then have it render in older browsers via graceful degradation, you may opt to ignore older browsers, or you can start with a basic page and add scripts and styles such that it becomes more functional via progressive enhancement. In this series, we're going to take a look at the latter.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Creating Maintainable WordPress Meta Boxes: The Front-EndMaintainable meta boxes 1
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    This article will continue building on what we've done thus far. We're going to be introducing content in each of the tabs, implementing functionality that allows us to toggle the content, and we'll begin introducing the fields for content on the first tab.Read More…
  • Front-End
    The Theory Behind Progressive EnhancementHtml
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    When building a website, you have a few ways to go about doing it. You can start by creating the most advanced version of the site with all of the scripts, styles, and so on, and then have it render in older browsers via graceful degradation, you may opt to ignore older browsers, or you can start with a basic page and add scripts and styles such that it becomes more functional via progressive enhancement. In this series, we're going to take a look at the latter.Read More…
  • Laravel
    AngularJS and Laravel: Finishing Building a CRMCustomer management app
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    In this part of the tutorial, we will build the front-end of our application using AngularJS. Angular is a really unique framework. Instead of abstracting the HTML or providing some way of DOM manipulation they extended the HTML to deal with the fact that it was surely not designed to work with dynamic data. Read More…
  • CSS
    How to Give Your Logo the “Slip Scroll” EffectPreview
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    In today's tutorial we're going to use JavaScript to create a simple, flexible, parallax effect where a logo seemingly changes colors with the background it's on when the user scrolls.Read More…
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