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JavaScript

  • WordPress
    Using AlterEgo to Add Two-Factor Authentication to Your WordPress SiteTutsplus icon
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    In this tutorial, you will learn how to modify the WordPress user authentication flow by extending it with AlterEgo, the two-factor authentication tool from MailChimp.Read More…
  • Email
    How to Make Email a Powerful Part of Your Web ApplicationSend grid
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    Giving your users a way to access your application from their email account is a major way to boost their activity and engagement on your website. 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…
  • HTML5
    An Introduction To The HTML5 History APIHtml5
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    History is always interesting, isn't it? In older versions of HTML, we had limited control over browser history. We could go back and forth using the available methods, but that was it With the HTML5 History API, we have more control on playing with the browser history. For example, we have a way to add an entry in the history, or change the URL in the address bar without refreshing the page.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Creating Maintainable WordPress Meta Boxes: The Front-EndMaintainable meta boxes 1
    259 shares
    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…
  • WordPress
    Using Grunt with WordPress DevelopmentGrunt
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    Grunt is a proven task runner, used in many different ways, across many different platforms. Here, we're going to look at defining a solid foundation on which to base your WordPress development.Read More…
  • Milo
    Rolling Your Own Framework: A Practical ExampleJavascript wide retina preview
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    In this article, we’ll look at another common problem in developing browser applications: The connecting of model data to views. We’ll unravel some of the “magic” that makes two-way data binding possible in Milo, and to wrap things up, we’ll build a fully functional To Do application in less than 50 lines of code.Read More…
  • Front-End
    Adding Charts to Your Site with HighchartsHc img2
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    Everyone deals with data and very often it is presented in large data tables. Representing and reading through long tables on a website can be very cumbersome. Charts are good for letting people understand the change and tendency behind data. Recently, when I was trying to find an easy way to insert an interactive chart on a website, I found Highcharts and I have been using it in various projects ever since. Throughout this series of articles, we're going to take a survey of Highcharts, why it's great, and how we can implement it in our own web-based projects.Read More…
  • AngularJS
    New Course: Building a Web App From Scratch With AngularJSWebappangular
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    AngularJS is an amazing front-end framework that has a very novel approach to building web applications, completely unlike any of the other frameworks you might be used to. Learn about our new course, which covers all the core components of Angular, and takes you through the process of building a complete web application from scratch.Read More…
  • Web Development
    Get Started Building Your Blog with Parse.js: Working with Data00 preview
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    Have you ever got excited by your idea of a website but found miserable making it dynamic and actually running on a server? With Parse.js, really everyone who understand the basics of the HTML, CSS, and JavaScript can create dynamic websites and working web apps. This tutorial is going to take you through the process of creating a blog system step by step with Parse.js. And by the end of this series, you should be able to create your own CMS site with ease.Read More…
  • Express JS
    New Course: Getting Started With ExpressExpress4
    120 shares
    In this course, you're going to learn Express from the ground up: not just the new features, but everything. If you haven't had a chance to look into Express before, this is a great place to start!Read More…
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