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  • News
    Winners of the Nettuts/Screenr "Fame and Fortune" Competition Announced200x200
    The results are in. After a week of community voting, we've selected the best five submissions to the Nettuts+/Screenr competition. Everyone did a fantastic job, but there can only be five winners! Let's see who they are. Read More…
  • Web Roundups
    Best of the Web: SeptemberSystemizing design
    September was yet another exciting month for web developers. New Javascript libraries, major acquisitions, and monster open source projects were some of the things that happened as Summer died out. And that's not including the usual plethora of excellent tips and articles published from top-notch web development sites. Read on for some of September's highlights in web development.Read More…
  • AIR
    Create a Drag and Drop MP3 Player with Adobe AIRPreview
    In this tutorial, we'll create an AIR drag and drop mp3 player. We'll work with the NativeDragManager class to handle the drag and drop, the NativeWindow class for the playlist, and some SQLLite to store information about our mp3 files to build a playlist.Read More…
  • General
    The Final Fight Between 5 Screencasts200x200
    Each day this week, we'll post five of the top twenty-five videos from the Nettuts+/Screenr competition. Your job, if you choose to accept it, is to review these short web development video tips and choose your favorite one in the poll below. How should you judge? Quite simply - there are no rules! Pick the one that helped you the most. The most chosen video each day will earn a spot in the top five at the end of the week! It's our last day of this fun screencast competition! Don't forget that voting is still open for the previous days as well. In this final day, you'll learn about CodeIgniter, creating private WordPress pages, and progressive enhancement with JavaScript! Show your support and vote for your favorite one below! Read More…
  • ActionScript
    An Introduction to Tweening with ActionScript 3.0Preview
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    Flash is known for delivering rich interactive experiences with a lot of "eye-candy". Often, this eye-candy is achieved by means of animation and Flash has great animating capabilities. During this tutorial we'll discuss tweening; Flash's automated animation.Read More…
  • General
    A New Crop of Screencasts. Vote for your Favorite!200x200
    Each day this week, we'll post five of the top twenty-five videos from the Nettuts+/Screenr competition. Your job, if you choose to accept it, is to review these short web development video tips and choose your favorite one in the poll below. How should you judge? Quite simply - there are no rules! Pick the one that helped you the most. The most chosen video each day will earn a spot in the top five at the end of the week! With only two days left in our fun screencast week, we're getting down to the wire! Today, we have video tutorials ranging from applying the DRY programming technique to your templates, to some nifty tricks with jQuery! Read More…
  • General
    The Battle Wages on with 5 New Screencasts200x200
    Each day this week, we'll post five of the top twenty-five videos from the Nettuts+/Screenr competition. Your job, if you choose to accept it, is to review these short web development video tips and choose your favorite one in the poll below. How should you judge? Quite simply - there are no rules! Pick the one that helped you the most. The most chosen video each day will earn a spot in the top five at the end of the week! As we move into the third day of this screencast competition, we have new entries on topics ranging from querying WordPress to submitting forms with Mootools to using custom fonts with CSS! Read More…
  • ActionScript
    Creating a Reusable Flash Uploader with ActionScript 3.0 and PHPPreview
    In this tutorial I'll show you how to build a Flash uploader for uploading files from the user's computer. The result will be ideal for large file sizes as it will display a progress bar and the percentage left to upload. We'll even show the user the number of bytes uploaded per second.Read More…
  • Books
    Run Your Own Web Server Using Linux & ApacheWebserver
    Run Your Own Web Server Using Linux & Apache - Free 191 Page Preview Learn about everything you'll need to build and maintain your Linux servers, and to deploy Web applications to them. Whether you're planning on running Linux at home, or on a leased Web Server, this book will walk you step-by-step through all of the common administration tasks, from managing traffic reporting to log-file rotation. This guide even includes step-by-step instructions on installing Linux (Fedora 4), Apache 2.0, PHP 5 and MySQL 4.1 on a home or office development server, so you can test all of your applications before rolling them out. Read More…
  • General
    5 New Screencast Contestants200x200
    Each day this week, we'll post five of the top twenty-five videos from the Nettuts+/Screenr competition. Your job, if you choose to accept it, is to review these short web development video tips and choose your favorite one in the poll below. How should you judge? Quite simply - there are no rules! Pick the one that helped you the most. The most chosen video each day will earn a spot in the top five at the end of the week! For the second day of this week-long video competition, you'll learn about basic closures in JavaScript, using the Flot plugin to create graphs, building a content slider, and more! Read More…
  • General
    Voting Begins: The First 5 Screencast Contestants200x200
    Each day this week, we'll post five of the top twenty-five videos from the Nettuts+/Screenr competition. Your job, if you choose to accept it, is to review these short web development video tips and choose your favorite one in the poll below. How should you judge? Quite simply - there are no rules! Pick the one that helped you the most. The most chosen video each day will earn a spot in the top five at the end of the week! Today, you'll learn everything from setting up your first Django project, to simplifying the beginnings of a jQuery plugin, to applying guides in Photoshop. Each video is less than or equal to five minutes. Read More…
  • 3D
    Throwing Dice With the Jiglib Physics Engine and Away3D200x200
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    In this tutorial we'll build a box which we can throw dice into. To do this we'll use Away3D as the 3D engine and Jiglib as the physics engine. Let's get stuck in..Read More…
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