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  • Web Development
    Crockford on JavaScript: The Complete SeriesCrockford
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    Douglas Crockford has been well described as the world's foremost authority on JavaScript. His "JavaScript: the Good Parts" talks have been around for a while, but recently he concluded giving a five-part updated series, entitled Crockford on JavaScript. For any JavaScript developer, these videos are a must read; check them out below!Read More…
  • PHP
    Magento for Designers: Part 2200x200
    Magento is a stunningly powerful e-commerce platform. In this miniseries, we'll learn how to get started with the platform, getting to know the terminologies, setting up a store and all related aspects of it, and finally how to customize it to make it our very own. In this second part, we'll focus on short, simple steps to get your Magento store from installed to ready for deployment, which will cover setting up your products, product categories, taxes, shipping, payment gateways and much more! Excited? Let's get started! Read More…
  • General
    Quick Tip: CS5 Features for Flash UsersPreview
    The official announcement of Adobe CS5 has long been awaited, with previews and betas of Flash CS5 hitting select audiences as far back as Adobe MAX 2009. Yesterday saw the unveiling of plenty of new features (some of which, notoriously, may or may not be realized) so here's a quick run down of some features Flash users can look forward to.Read More…
  • General
    Quick Tip: Notable New Features in Dreamweaver CS5200x200
    If you're a Twitter user, it was difficult not to be aware of Adobe's CS5 global launch presentation. While they did an excellent job of promoting Photoshop and Flash, other applications, such as Dreamweaver, only received limited coverage. Nonetheless, take a look at some of the awesome new features in Dreamweaver CS5, slated to be released in mid-May. Read More…
  • News
    Creative Sessions: A New Set of Educational Posts Every Month200
    We're very passionate about teaching creative skills here at Tuts+, so over the last year we've been planning a new stream of educational content focused on the "Why?" instead of the "How". Today we're unveiling the newest addition to the Tuts+ family: Creative Sessions.Read More…
  • News
    Creative Sessions: A New Set of Educational Posts Every Month200
    We're very passionate about teaching creative skills here at Tuts+, so over the last year we've been planning a new stream of educational content focused on the "Why?" instead of the "How". Today we're unveiling the newest addition to the Tuts+ family: Creative Sessions.Read More…
  • PHP
    Magento for Designers: Part 1200x200
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    Magento is a stunningly powerful e-commerce platform. In celebration of ThemeForest's new Magento category, this mini-series will you teach how to get started with the platform, getting to know the terminologies, setting up a store and all related aspects of it, and finally how to customize it to make it our very own. In this first part, we'll get to know what Magento is, installing it, and importing some products. This is aimed expressly at the beginner; so you need not worry about lacking the requisite skills. We'll walk you right through! Excited? Let's get started! Read More…
  • HTML5
    How to Create a Slider to Zoom PhotosCode
    If you’ve ever used a piece of software, like Picasa or iPhoto before, you’ll be aware of the fact that there is a slider at the bottom, which allows you to specify how large each photo should be. Move the slider up a few ticks, and all the photos will zoom in a bit. Thanks to the HTML5 and the new range input, we can mimic this effect rather easily. Along the way, we’ll also learn about a variety of awesome new CSS3 features, including transition, nth-child, rotations, scaling, and more.Read More…
  • Games
    Make an RPG-Style Text System for Your Next GamePreviewicon
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    In this tutorial we'll be creating a text system similar to what you see in a lot of role-playing games. Our class will dynamically display an icon for the characters as they speak, and will type each block of text letter by letter.Read More…
  • General
    How to Create an App with the Myows API200x200
    In their own words: "Myows is an easy-to-use app dedicated to providing a full suite of copyright solutions, from registration to management. Myows has been created for designers, photographers, bloggers, writers, musicians and anyone who creates copyrightable work." In this weekend supplementary tutorial, a member of the Myows team will demonstrate how to create your own apps using the Myows API. Read More…
  • News
    Photoshop to HTML: Upcoming eBook from Nettuts and Rockable200x200
    There's a reason why our various tutorials on slicing PSDs are consistently among the most popular articles on Nettuts. Every one of us, at one point or another, has needed to convert a PSD into a working website. The only problem is that, until you've gotten a few projects under your belt, it can be significantly confusing. As such, I was asked to prepare a book and video series that details the entire process from start to finish for Rockable Press. Read More…
  • HTML & CSS
    Quick Tip: Learning About HTML5 Local StorageHtml5
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    In today's video quick tip, we're going to build a working, though very basic, to-do list in just a minute or two. Thanks to HTML5's local storage, we can make advanced browsers "remember" what we type, even after the browser is closed or is refreshed. Read More…
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