• JavaScript
    Getting Started With Raygun: Insights and Crash Reporting for App DevelopersPreview
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  • ES6
    The Genius of Template Strings in ES6Es6
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  • Foundation
    New Course: Integrate Rich Media APIs With Foundation for AppsRich foundation
    Foundation for Apps connects a responsive front-end design framework to the power and flexibility of AngularJS. In our new course, you'll learn to build three different apps that connect to major rich-media services: an app that searches and plays YouTube videos, an app that plays audio tracks from SoundCloud, and an app to search and view pictures from Instagram.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Using the Citrix Webinar API in WordPressCitrix and wp preview
    Citrix is a platform for online meetings, webinars and other A/V solutions. In this article I wanted to delve into the Webinar API a bit and show you some of the cool things we can bring into WordPress by using it. Read More…
  • WordPress
    Add an Expiry Date to WordPress PostsPost expiry date preview
    Giving your posts an expiry date can save you time editing them when they're past their sell-by date. Here's how to do it.Read More…
  • Mobile Development
    Create a Mobile App Using and AngularPreview famous
    In this tutorial we'll create a simple Pokémon mobile app. By the end of this project you will understand how Angular works within the context of a application, be able to create smooth animations, and know how to harness the true power of JavaScript and the good parts of HTML5.Read More…
  • JavaScript
    Data Structures With JavaScript: TreeJavascript wide retina preview
    Trees are one of the most commonly used data structures in web development. This statement holds true for both developers and users. Every web developer who has written HTML and loaded it into a web browser has created a tree, which is referred to as the Document Object Model (DOM). Every user of the Internet who has, in turn, consumed information on the Internet has received it in the form of a tree—the DOM. Now that we are aware of trees, let's create one! Read More…
  • JavaScript
    Understanding Fluent APIs in JavaScriptFluent preview
    While designing Babylon.js v2.0 (a library for building 3D on the web), I recently found myself wishing that more APIs were fluent—that is, I wish the community could more easily read, understand, and build upon the work while spending less time in the tech docs. In this tutorial, I’ll walk through fluent APIs: what to consider, how to write them, and cross-browser performance implications. Read More…
  • Web Development
    Measure the Success of Your Developer Relations ProgramSocial media
    The problem with developer relations is that it’s a subjective, somewhat nebulous field that in most cases doesn’t involve tangible “things". This can make it hard to measure how successful you or your team are and if you’re hitting the mark with your community. In this tutorial I'll look at some ways of measuring the success of a developer relations program.Read More…
  • Web Development
    How to Build a Subscription Box With StamplayStamplay image
    Subscription boxes are an increasingly popular business these days. You can find them for everything from grooming products to healthy snacks, kids games and even ice cream. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to quickly build a web app to test if you can find the first 1,000 customers for your subscription box idea!Read More…
  • JavaScript
    New Course: Connect the Web With WebSocketsWeb sockets 1
    WebSockets make it possible to have interactive, two-way communication sessions between the user's browser and a server. With this API, you can receive event-driven messages without having to poll the server for updates. In this course, Tuts+ instructor Daniel Stern will show you how to build a real-time link-sharing application that uses Express and Socket.IO.Read More…
  • JavaScript
    Data Structures With JavaScript: Singly-Linked List and Doubly-Linked ListJavascript wide retina preview
    Two of the most commonly taught data structures in computer science are the singly-linked list and doubly-linked list. When I was taught these data structures, I had many questions about their design; moreover, I couldn't find a good analogy for both data structures. With time, I found that analogy: a scavenger hunt! If you’re interested in understanding why this analogy is great and how I use it to help me implement both of these data structures, you’ll find the answer in this article. Read More…