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  • HTML & CSS
    20+ HTML Forms Best Practices for Beginners200x200
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    Working with XHTML forms can be somewhat daunting; they not only use some niche HTML elements, but also blur the line between static content and user interaction. Let's review some things to remember when creating your next form.Read More…
  • Web Development
    Learn 3 Excellent JavaScript Libraries at Once200x200
    Let's go with a hands-on approach today. We are going to write a tiny snippet of code in jQuery and then port it over to several different libraries. Outside of that chunk, we are going to look at how to implement some basic, necessary functionality in each of these libraries. Sounds fun? Let's dive in! Read More…
  • Contests
    Earn Fame and Fortune in the Nettuts/Screenr Screencast Competition200x200
    We've paired with Screenr to launch our second screencast competition; but this time, it's easier than ever to participate. By using Screenr, recording your screencasts becomes laughably simple. "Just click the record button, and you'll have your ready-to-tweet screencasts in seconds!" To enter, all you must do is hit record, and teach us something related to web development in five minutes or less. That's it! We'll then filter through the submissions, and choose the top five winners. Read More…
  • XML
    Build a Smooth Hot Products List with the Caurina Tweener ClassPreview
    In this, his first tut at Flashtuts+, Yanko takes you through building a dynamic 'Hot Products' list using old favourites ActionScript 3.0 and XML. He also smoothes things out by utilizing the Caurina Tweener class. Enjoy..Read More…
  • Tools
    Learn How to be a TextMate ChampionCode
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    TextMate is, by far, the preferred text-editor for most web developers on the Mac. In today's screencast we'll be taking a look at some of the features most developers simply don't use which can massively increase your productivity by allowing you to type less!Read More…
  • HTML & CSS
    How to Design and Code a Flexible WebsitePreview
    In this tutorial, we're going to be designing and coding a simple blog-style web-page. We'll pay special attention to making our design flexible and accessible by using clean and simple XHTML and CSS. This tutorial is aimed at beginners, and anyone looking to improve the accessibility of their web designs.Read More…
  • HTML & CSS
    Using Compass and Sass for CSS in your Next Project200x200
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    Sass could potentially be called CSS 2.0; it has some really nifty features that allow you to write your code in less time and with more flexibility. In today's article, we will be working the basics! Read More…
  • ActionScript
    Create an Attractive Digital Clock in FlashPreview
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    ActionScript 3.0 is a very powerful language, capable of creating anything from simple and light utilities to full-featured desktop applications. In this tut, we're going to create something simple, a basic and good looking digital clock in Flash.Read More…
  • PHP
    CodeIgniter From Scratch: Day 5 - CRUDCodeigniter
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    The most requested tutorial for day five of our CodeIgniter screencast series was for an introduction to CRUD operations. We'll review how to easily create, read, update, and delete records using CI's active-records class. Read More…
  • ActionScript
    AS3 101: Arrays - BasixPreview
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    In this installment of AS3 101, we'll spend the entire tutorial exploring a single type of data available to most programming languages: the Array. Arrays are ways to keep lists of values. Arrays are useful to keep an arbitrary number of related items grouped together, and can represent complex data structures though nesting. In ActionScript, Arrays have quite a bit of flexibility and functionality, as we'll see. After the usual abstract introduction, we'll apply what we've learned (whilst also learning some more along the way) by building a rather simple puzzle game. Read More…
  • Web Development
    Top 10 Most Usable Content Management Systems200x200
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    There are plenty of options when it comes to picking a content management system for a development project. Depending on how advanced you need the CMS to be, what language it's built in, and who is going to be using it, it can be a nightmare trying to find the "perfect" CMS for a project. However, some CMSs have a slight edge over the rest of the competition because of the usability of the software. Some are just easier to install, use and extend, thanks to some thoughtful planning by the lead developers. Here are 10 of the most usable CMSs on the web to use in your next project.Read More…
  • News
    Meet our newest site - Web.AppStormWebappstorm
    Since we launched Mac.AppStorm early this year it's been growing really rapidly and rapidly getting a reputation as the leading blog on Mac Apps. This is in no small part due to our very talented editor David Appleyard who has steered this blog from strength to strength. With Mac.AppStorm doing so well, we've decided it's time to branch out into another great area of apps - the Web! Meet Web.AppStorm.Read More…
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