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    The Top 15 Mobile Apps and Tools from CodeCanyonMobile
    With the proliferation and popularity of mobile sites, it's no wonder that CodeCanyon's Mobile Apps section has been growing in a big way. From iPhone to Android, developers have put together some amazing tools to help you with your mobile site development. Here's a quick run down of some of the top selling mobile apps and tools from the marketplace. Check them out and get inspired for your next mobile site project!Read More…
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    24 Extremely Useful Ruby Gems for Web DevelopmentRuby
    One of the nicer things about developing on the Ruby platform is the sheer amount of meticulously categorized, highly reusable code wrapped up in the form of aptly named 'gems'. I'm sure you've heard of popular frameworks like Sinatra or the super popular Rails that ship as gems but you're missing an entire spectrum of others that handle issues at a much lower level. Start using these and watch your productivity shoot through the roof!Read More…
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    50 Practical, Problem Solving Items200x
    In the real world, we have to adhere to tight deadlines -- so tight that it's often not feasible to create everything from scratch. In these situations, a well-built and tested template can be of enormous help. I'll show you some of my favorites today, including everything from landing pages, to resumes, to under construction templates!Read More…
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    20 JavaScript Frameworks Worth Checking Out200
    The number of web applications being created and used has grown rapidly since the new millenium. And importantly, so has the sheer complexity of them -- specially on the front end. No more static pages, no sir! You have a ton of sections each interacting with each other and the server and yes, it's as complicated as it sounds and just as hard to pull off. Today, I'd like to talk about a few, choice JavaScript frameworks that aim to simplify front end application development. Read More…
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    The Top 50 Stock Web Development Items200x
    The Envato marketplaces are on the verge of reaching a massive milestone: a million users. One of the biggest reasons for our success is the steady stream of spectacular files that our talented authors craft. Today, we'll review only a handful of the top selling and most popular templates and plugins on sale at CodeCanyon and ThemeForest.Read More…
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    19 Important Features to Look for in a Web HostPreview
    Twice a month, we revisit some of our readers’ favorite posts from throughout the history of Nettuts+. This tutorial was first published in July, 2010. If you’re reading this, you probably develop websites. We don’t make websites to let them sit on our own computers: we set them free on the web. While it’s often more fun to create the website than to worry about hosting it, web hosting isn’t a decision you should make lightly. In this roundup, I’ll point out 19 things you should look for when choosing your web host.Read More…
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    Showcase of Inspiring "About Me" PagesInspiring about me pages
    A creative about me page will attract a reader's attention, and, more importantly, provide them with a quick sampling of what you or your company represents. Are you playful, stylish, corporate? All of this should be conveyed to your web site's visitors. I have collected some of the best creative and unique "about me" pages available. Read More…
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    50+ Killer Apps for Your New ChromebookChrome os
    In celebration of the first wave of Chromebooks being released today, now is a great time to start looking for replacements for the tools you can't live without on a day to day basis. Code editors, image editors, games? All of these can be replaced! I'll show you the best choices today.Read More…
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    Nettuts+ Approved Web Development BooksNettuts approved books
    Some people say web development books are dead. Why spend $40 when there's a seemingly never-ending stream of information available for free on the web, via blogs like Nettuts+? Well, there's absolutely validity to that statement, but the fact remains, nothing compares to curling up on a couch with a fully researched, definitive guide to a particular subject. With that in mind, we've prepared a list of books that we feel are among the best of the best. Nettuts+ approved books!Read More…
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    The Best of Paul Irish in 2011Paul irish
    Paul Irish, who works for the Chrome Developer Relations team, is one of the most outspoken and respected front-end developers in our industry. Even better, he has the heart of a teacher, and frequently speaks at conferences, and records screencasts on various web development techniques. Here's the best of his offerings so far in 2011. Read More…
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    Essential Ruby & Rails 3 ReadingRortutorial
    Nearly two years ago, we published a round-up of the greatest Ruby and Rails learning resources available. Since then, big things have happended in the glorious world of Ruby. Rails 3 brought many fundamental improvements to the framework. So, naturally, our "essential resources" list needed to be updated! Read on for a round-up of the greatest articles, books, and screencasts to come out of the Ruby community!Read More…
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    For Your Script Loading NeedsScript loaders
    As JavaScript usage has skyrocketed over the last few years, so has the sheer number of scripts that are being loaded in an average web page. With these script tags comes a lot of baggage, such as blocking and lack of dependency management. Today, I'd like to bring your attention to a number of JavaScript loaders, which are mini toolkits that significantly simplify how you add and load scripts. Read More…
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