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  • WordPress
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  • Node.js
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    An API is used to provide set of functionalities to the consumer in order to access data or features of the current system or application. The RESTful API is the API that is mapped to the HTTP protocol. In this tutorial, you will learn the principles of RESTful API design, and see a working demo written using Restify. Read More…
  • Android SDK
    Quick Tip: How to Use the EventBus LibraryEvbus
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    Have you ever tried sending information from a Service or BroadcastReceiver to an Activity and wondered why it is so complicated? In this quick tip, you'll learn how to use the EventBus library in a simple app to facilitate communication between an Activity and a BroadcastReceiver.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Fifty Actions of WordPress – 50 Examples (11 to 20)Fifty actions of wordpress preview
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    In the previous part of this series, we started going through 50 WordPress actions, selected among hundreds and we started by reviewing 10 of them. In this tutorial, we're going to see another batch and do examples with each.Read More…
  • JavaScript
    A Primer on ES7 Async FunctionsPreview
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    In ECMAScript 7, Promises will become more than some fanciful dream: They will become reality, and I will show you that reality—called async functions—right now. Specifically, we'll take a look at this by writing asynchronous code in a synchronous way with ES7 and Google's Traceur compiler.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Creating the Starting Files for Your WordPress Theme FrameworkBuild your own theme framework preview image
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    In this tutorial you'll take a basic theme and edit the template files so they're ready for hooks and functions to be added to them for your framework. The purpose of this tutorial is to tidy up the theme so that code isn't duplicated, which means you'll be creating include files for the loop. This means you won't have to create duplicate loops in your child themes when you create new template files, and if you need to edit the loop you only have to do it once.Read More…
  • Swift
    Swift from Scratch: IntroductionPreview image@2x
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    In this series, you'll learn everything you need to know about the Swift programming language to get started. You'll start with the very basics to get your feet wet and gradually learn about the more advanced aspects of this brand new programming language, ready to build iOS and OS X applications.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Fifty Actions of WordPress – 50 Examples (1 to 10)Fifty actions of wordpress preview
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    The previous part of our series was the "introduction" to the world of WordPress actions. In this tutorial, we're going to start reviewing 50 selected actions by explaining what they do and see an example for each action.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Export Your Gravity Forms Submissions to a Google Spreadsheet with ZapierGravity forms plus zapier
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    Anyone who has read my tutorials knows that I'm a big fan of Gravity Forms. I don't often promote paid plugins because there are just so many good free plugins out there, but when it comes to forms, there is just no easier, more flexible way to create the exact form you need than with Gravity Forms. Because I use Gravity Forms on almost all the sites I create, I use the developer's version, which has some really important features. In order to integrate your Gravity Forms with Zapier, the $199 Developer License version is required with the Advanced Add-Ons. Read More…
  • Applications
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    Nowadays we all want to get notified as soon as things happen on the Internet. Here's an introduction to Syncano, a service that can help you manage the complex and time-consuming task of data and database management for real-time apps.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Configuring Product Settings in WooCommerceGetting started with woocommerce preview
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    Before you can add products to your WooCommerce store, you'll need to configure your product settings. In this post, we look at exactly how to do this.Read More…
  • Blog
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    Like many websites on the internet, we use Google Analytics to track data about our visitors and what they do on our sites. However, Tuts+ is a fair bit bigger than a lot of those sites, and at our size, we run into a few problems using it. Here's what I've learned about working with Google Analytics at scale.Read More…
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