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  • Tooltips
    Prototip 2Tips
    Javascript Library: PrototypeLicense: Noncommercial/Attribution - Permission & small fee required for commercialFound Via: Nick StakenburgRead More…
  • Lightboxes
    LightWindowLightwindow
    Javascript Library: Prototype & ScriptaculousLicense: "MIT-style license"Found Via: Stickman LabsRead More…
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    Javascript Library: jQueryLicense: GPLFound Via: DevKick Read More…
  • Web Development
    Visualizing Data with Flot200x200
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    There are a lot of tutorials on how to make CSS bar graphs. But sometimes, bar graphs aren't enough. What if our data tracks change over time and a line graph is more appropriate? Or maybe we're not satisfied with just a bar graph. Enter Flot, ajQuery plugin that lets us make good looking graphs with ease.Read More…
  • News
    How to Read an RSS Feed With PHP - screencast200x200
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    Back in April, Collis Ta'eed - CEO of Envato - wrote a fantastic tutorial on designing a tab structure using CSS/HTML/JS. If you haven't already, I 100% recommend that you review it. However, dynamically pulling in an RSS feed was beyond the scope of that article. In today's video tutorial, I'll show you exactly how to do this using PHP. At roughly forty-five minutes in length, you might want to take a quick "pre-screencast bathroom break". You also might want to grab some raisins. Read More…
  • News
    Follow NETTUTS on Twitter!Preview
    Those of you who are using Twitter can get updates about new NETTUTS tutorials and screencasts as soon as they're published. All you need to do is follow twitter.com/NETTUTS! Jeffrey will also be periodically posting useful links, hints and updates for NETTUTS readers. Why not follow PSDTUTS, VECTORTUTS or AUDIOTUTS while you're at it?Read More…
  • General
    10 Most Sought-after Skills in Web DevelopmentSoughtafter prev
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    In a time of economic crisis, web developers and freelancers everywhere have started chewing their fingernails. However, no matter how bad the economy worsens, there will always be work in certain booming fields of web development. As the moderator of the Freelance Switch job board, there are certain types of jobs that are constantly in demand. Here are the 10 skills that are or will be in highest demand for developers. If you are proficient in these skills, you'll be in a great position to find work and weather any economic downturn.Read More…
  • PHP
    How to Create an Object-Oriented Blog Using PHP 200x200 preview
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    In the past few weeks NETTUTS has posted quite a few great tutorials on how to get started using PHP and MySQL to create simple web applications such as a shout box. Today we are going to take our knowledge of PHP and MySQL a step further by creating a simple blog. While there are countless excellent free blog platforms, the purpose of this tutorial is not to make a "better" blog but to use the process of making a blog to learn about advanced database structure techniques and how to use data more efficiently by utilizing objects in PHP. Read More…
  • WordPress
    The Anatomy of GamePress - Part 1 (Updated)200x200
    GamePress is a "Gaming News & Reviews" theme for WordPress and currently one of the most popular themes at ThemeForest. It is the most advanced theme I've created so far, and really pushes what the WordPress engine can do!Read More…
  • PHP
    Getting Started With CakePHP200x200
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    CakePHP is an open-source framework for PHP intended to make developing, deploying and maintaining applications much easier. CakePHP offers many useful design patterns, such as the Model-View-Controller pattern, seen in other popular frameworks like Ruby On Rails. The CakePHP framework also provides a slew of valuable reusable libraries for dealing with common tasks. An example is "Inflector" (a routine that takes a string and handles pluralization).Read More…
  • News
    This is How You Use the Google Maps API - screencast200x200
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    So your client emails you and asks, "Can you put one of those flashy maps on my contact page so that users can actually see our building from a satellite's view?". You've used Google maps many times, but there is only one problem: you have no idea how to use the API. Well get out your spoon and dig in! Read More…
  • General
    How Web Development Created Blog Action DayBad prev
    Blog Action Day is a huge initiative launched by NETTUTS owners Collis and Cyan Ta'eed. There was almost no possible way you didn't hear about Blog Action Day on October 15th, 2007, as over 20,000 blogs and 19 of Technorati's top 100 participated and wrote posts on the topic of the environment. This year's Blog Action Day, (which is happening as we speak), is turning that focus to poverty. Building a site that can withstand a huge surge of traffic on one day takes considerable planning and work, as well as a little creativity. Collis has shared with me some of the inner workings of the Blog Action Day site and how they built the website to provide a platform for action, bring a community together and handle torrents of traffic on one day.Read More…
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