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  • News
    Diving into PHPDiving into php
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    As some of you might know, I've been running a weekly video series on the ThemeForest Blog that teaches new developers exactly how to work with PHP. Once or twice a week, I release a new "episode" that builds upon the previous days. To expand our viewership, I've decided to release "Day 13" here. Be sure to subscribe to In the Woods to stay up to date on each new release. Why do it this way? Because people don't always have the time to watch sixty minute videos. By posting short ten minute episodes, beginners can easily digest each lesson, rather than become overwhelmed with more information than their minds are able to consume. If you're new to PHP, and are not familiar with this series, I hope you'll subscribe and become a new viewer. Read More…
  • PHP
    Creating a File Hosting Site with CodeIgniter200x200
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    I have seen a few introductory tutorials for Codeigniter, and was hoping to show you something a little more advanced. This tutorial will show you how to build a powerful web application for hosting images, using the flexibility of Codeigniter. This tutorial should teach you about the MVC coding philosophy, integral to producing serviceable applications.Read More…
  • Web Roundups
    Best of the Web: February200x200
    With the end of February comes a new monthly roundup on the Tuts+ sites. Each month we like to bring you some of our favorite articles, tutorials, and code snippets from all around the web. Today we will go over the best of the web from February 2009, covering everything from Ruby On Rails to Wordpress tutorials.Read More…
  • PHP
    Everything You Need to Get Started With MySQL200x200
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    Developing web applications using a static data store where data must be updated, stored and manipulated frequently can be a cumbersome task. However this article will introduce you to the world of relational databases allowing you to maximise your data's potential.Read More…
  • Web Development
    Fantastic AJAX Newsletter ModulePreview 200x200
    This free app should be great for any newsletter management needs. Copy this one file onto your site, and you're ready to send and archive all newsletters, manage e-mail addresses and categories, and configure a template for your e-mails. If needed, the source code is well documented! Read More…
  • Web Development
    What You Must Know About jQuery UI 1.7200x200
    This morning, the jQuery UI team announced that the latest version of the library, 1.7, is now available for download. Let's take a look at some of the new features and enhancements; they're quite substantial! Read More…
  • Web Development
    Let’s Design a Shopify ThemeShopfiy   nl
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    Themeforest recently opened a new section where you can buy or sell themes for Shopify! Shopify is a hosted e-commerce solution that makes it easy to get started with an online business. You can have a shop up and running in minutes. To kick-start ThemeForest's Shopify catalog, the authors of each accepted template will receive a $100 bonus - until there are ten templates in the category. Read More…
  • Icons
    2500+ Free Icons200x200
    The folks over at IconPot were nice enough to compile a huge list of commercially free to use icons for your projects. Whether you're designing for a client, or for a template on ThemeForest.net, you won't run into licensing issues with any of these icons! Use them. Read More…
  • News
    How I Can Code Twice As Fast As You200x200
    We're all familiar with text expander programs; though I would surmise that the percentage of us who use them when coding is quite low. To change things up a bit, today I'm going to you how to create custom text-expander scripts that will save you a great deal of time. If you're unfamiliar with such programs, you must watch this! After reviewing the screencast and tutorial, I'd love to hear how you save time when developing. Read More…
  • PHP
    Using PayPal's Instant Payment Notification with PHP200x200
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    Hi there! Today we are going to combine Paypal with PHP to allow for the easy processing of payments on your website.Read More…
  • JavaScript
    Creating an Incredible jQuery CalculatorCode
    Sure is nice to have a letter opener right next to your mail basket, a shoehorn next to your loafers, and a flashlight by your nightstand. Likewise, it's nice to have a calculator handy when you need to perform some math. This tutorial and download shows you how to put one right on any website.Read More…
  • Web Roundups
    10 Reasons Why Your Code Won't Validate (and How to Fix it)600px green tick.svg
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    W3C validation isn't very forgiving at times, but it allows you to see errors that are generated by your markup. Lots of errors and warnings thrown by the validator are a good indicator that your XHTML isn't in very good shape, and might not look consistent across different browsers. Here are 10 sneaky validation problems that trip developers up, and how to avoid them.Read More…
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