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  • WordPress Widgets
    Creating Your Own Widgets Using Various WordPress APIs: IntroductionCreating your own widgets 400px
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    Widgets are a neat way of giving site owners some control over the look (and sometimes functionality) of their WordPress sites. In this series, we are going to be creating a handful of WordPress widgets by combining the Widgets API with other APIs, including external APIs.Read More…
  • Windows Phone
    Working With Local Databases on Windows Phone 8Preview image@2x
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    In the previous article, you learned how to store data in your app's isolated storage. In this article, we focus on working with local databases that live in your app's isolated storage. You'll learn about database operations using LINQ, database schemas as well as how to fetch data from a local database.Read More…
  • WordPress
    A Look at WooCommerce Products SettingsWoocommerce
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    Products hold a key position for an online store. In the previous article we learned how to configure the General settings in WooCommerce; today we will look into the various settings for Products.Read More…
  • PHP
    Building With the Twitter API: Repeating Tweets From a GroupPreview
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    Recurring tweets are more useful if you can vary the content. Learn how to build a feature that repeats tweets from a group of pre-written posts.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Combining Underscores With Bootstrap to Create a Theme Framework: Introduction400 x 277
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    What do you get when you combine the best starter theme in the world with the most popular front-end framework for developing responsive, mobile-first projects on the web? Combined, they can create a powerful framework that can save you as a developer literally thousands of development hours. In this series, we are going to look at how we can combine Underscores with Bootstrap to create the ultimate WordPress theme framework.Read More…
  • Swift
    Swift from Scratch: Function Parameters, Types, and NestingPreview image@2x
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    In the previous article, we explored the basics of functions in Swift. Functions, however, have a lot more to offer. In this article, we will continue our exploration of functions and look into function parameters, nesting, and types.Read More…
  • WordPress
    More Essential Plugins for WordPress Theme DevelopmentWp plug
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    In the previous part of the series, we did set up a development environment for WordPress and installed all the necessary plugins required to help us with our theme development efforts. Additionally, we edited wp-config.php enabling the debug mode in the WordPress core. With that done, it's important we have the right tools to aid us when working on our project, check for errors and see to it that we are conforming to WordPress coding standards. In this part, will take a look at the following debugging plugins and the significant role they have in WordPress theme development.Read More…
  • Blog
    Envato in 2014Unipen
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    Tuts+'s parent company Envato just put together a roundup of what happened in 2014, and here are some of the highlights. Read More…
  • PHP
    Building Your Startup With PHP: Feature Requirements and Database DesignPreview
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    Scope out your application features and design a database schema to support it. Use Yii scaffolding to build out most of your CRUD code.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Creating Your WordPress Knowledge Base's StructureBuilding wordpress knowledgebase preview
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    In the second part of this series on using WordPress to build a knowledge base, I'll show you how to register post types and taxonomies for your knowledge base and remove those you don't need.Read More…
  • Testing
    Introduction to New Relic SyntheticsPreview
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    New Relic's newest service provides automated testing from locations around the world, alerting you to errors and slowdowns immediately when and where they occur.Read More…
  • Swift
    New Course: The Swift Programming LanguageSwift
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    At Apple's annual WWDC in 2014, it announced the creation and release of a brand new programming language: Swift. The idea is to use this language going forward when creating apps that target both iOS and OS X operating systems. In our new course, you'll learn the basics of the language and get familiar with the fundamental concepts.Read More…
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