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  • Flash
    Winner Announced: Win a Super-cute Fl Pillow - 12 for 2010, Day FourJeffrey
    As part of the fourth day of 12 for 2010, we're giving away a super-cute Fl pillow made by MySuiteStuff. Entering only takes a few seconds, since all you've got to do is leave a comment. Too easy.Read More…
  • Contests
    Winner Announced: Win a Super-cute App Icon Pillow - 12 for 2010, Day FourJeffrey
    As part of the fourth day of 12 for 2010, we're giving away a super-cute App Icon pillow made by MySuiteStuff. Entering only takes a few seconds, since all you've got to do is leave a comment. Too easy.Read More…
  • Interviews
    An Interview with Jason LengstorfPreview
    Jason Lengstorf is a professional web developer who specializes in PHP and jQuery applications. He's the author of the recently released PHP for Absolute Beginners, which is an expert's voice in open source. Additionally, he co-authored an eight-part tutorial on Creating a Web App from Scratch with Chris Coyier. Join us as we discuss web development, PHP, and his life in general. Read More…
  • PHP
    Diving into the Twitter Search APICode
    Twitter is something you're either obsessed with, confused by, or sick of. So, let's see what we can do with it using the Twitter API. Don't worry, it's a lot easier than you may think. If I can do it anyone can. We'll be looking at how you can use the Twitter API with PHP to make requests and create a simple search and result page.Read More…
  • JavaScript
    Storing Data with JSONCode
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    Sometimes, PHP and SQL are a bit heavy for the quick job you want to do, but you’d like to have some persistent data. Today, you’ll learn how to create a mini API that will make storing, retrieving, and working with JSON in JavaScript a breeze!Read More…
  • Media
    An Introduction to Flash VideoPreview
    This tutorial is aimed at those who are new to Flash Video, are thinking of getting into it, or are just plain scared of it because, well, it's video and video's complicated.. By the end of this screencast, you'll have been made aware that it isn't difficult to achieve great results and that the process from encode to upload is in fact fairly uncomplicated.Read More…
  • Databases
    SQL for Beginners Part 2Preview
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    It is important for every web developer to be familiar with database interactions. In part two of the series, we will continue exploring the SQL language and apply what we've learned on a MySQL database. We will learn about Indexes, Data Types and more complex query structures.Read More…
  • Flash
    Winner Announced: Win a Free Book, 'Essential ActionScript 3.0' - 12 for 2010, Day TwoTash
    As part of the second day of 12 for 2010, we're giving away a free copy of Essential ActionScript 3.0 by O'Reilly books. Entering only takes a few seconds, since all you've got to do is leave a comment. Too easy.Read More…
  • Contests
    Winner Announced: Win a Free Book, 'Don't Make Me Think: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability' - 12 for 2010, Day TwoTash
    As part of the second day of 12 for 2010, we're giving away a free copy of Don't Make Me Think: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability. Entering only takes a few seconds, since all you've got to do is leave a comment. Too easy.Read More…
  • Interviews
    Interview with Jack Doyle, Founder of GreenSockJack photo
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    Jack Doyle, founder of GreenSock and creator of TweenLite, spends some time talking to ActiveTuts+ about how he got started, the future of TweenLite/Max, and what he has learned about code optimization & licensing.Read More…
  • Web Development
    JavaScript from Null: Chapter 3Javascript from null
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    Continuing on with our JavaScript training, in this week's screencast, we'll review if, for, and while statements. Secondly, you'll be introduced to the ternary operator, as well as a handful of the most useful methods of the String object. Read More…
  • XML
    Create a Dynamic Bar Graph Generator Using XML + AS3Preview
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    A bar chart or bar graph is a chart with rectangular bars whose lengths are proportional to the values they represent. They're commonly used for comparing two or more values that were taken over time or under different conditions, usually on small data sets. In this tutorial, we'll create a bar graph generator using XML and AS3.Read More…
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