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  • Mobile Development
    Google I/O 2014 AftermathPreview image@2x
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    Google I/O is without a doubt one of the highlights of the year, for myself as well as many other developers. The event is always sure to inspire and surprise, and, on occasions, it provides a glimpse into the near future and the potential of that point in time. This year was big, possibly the biggest to date, and the volume of announcements was staggering.Read More…
  • Web Development
    Deb.js: the Tiniest Debugger in the World Javascript wide retina preview
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    Using the proper tools and instruments will help you to debug your web apps painlessly, all from within the browser. Today, let's take a look at Deb.js, a library designed to help you do just that.Read More…
  • Web Development
    Google Chrome Hegemony Chrome wide retina preview
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    Today we're going to take a detailed look at several instruments that you can use with and alongside Google Chrome to aide in creating responsive web applications, debugging JavaScript, and using a terminal from within the browser. Let's get started!Read More…
  • Web Development
    How I Made the Domai.nr Chrome ExtensionTut logo
    Writing a nifty Chrome Extension honestly isn't as difficult as you might think. In this tutorial, I'm going to walk you through how I took an API offered by a great domain-name search service, Domai.nr, and created a Chrome extension for them, simply using their API.Read More…
  • Tools & Tips
    Quick Tip: 2 Chrome Extensions you Must InstallChrome store
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    In this video quick tip, rather than focusing on some specific coding technique, we're going to review two excellent Chrome extensions that I highly recommend you install: StyleBot and Vimium. Read More…
  • Web Development
    Switching to Chrome? Download these Extensions200x200
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    When Chrome first entered the browser wars in September 2008, although it quickly acquired a big 1% of the audience, many resented the fact it wasn't as extensible as the long-time favorite Firefox browser. Developers want add-ons - things that'll make their coding faster and easier, with less room for mistakes. Things which, let's face it, Chrome couldn't yet offer. But things have since changed. Read More…
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