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  • Windows Phone
    Windows Phone 8: Where To Go From HerePreview image@2x
    In this series, you've learned a number of essential skills that are necessary for developing Windows Phone applications. You must be wondering where to go from here. This tutorial will show you what to focus on next to become better at developing Windows Phone applications.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Using Grunt with WordPress DevelopmentGrunt
    Grunt is a proven task runner, used in many different ways, across many different platforms. Here, we're going to look at defining a solid foundation on which to base your WordPress development.Read More…
  • Testing
    Unit Testing Succinctly: How Does Unit Testing Work?Unit testing
    This article provides code examples of how this works, putting together a simple unit test engine. If you’re not interested in the under-the-hood investigation of unit test engines, feel free to skip this article.Read More…
  • OpenCart
    Create a Custom Page in OpenCartOpencart
    Working with any open source framework or CMS, as a developer you'll always come up with the million dollar question, how do I create my own custom page programmatically where I can do whatever I want? In this tutorial, we're going to learn the same with the popular e-commerce framework OpenCart. Although OpenCart comes with the bunch of features and other third party plugins, sometimes you want a custom page where you can display the content as per your custom requirements.Read More…
  • WordPress Plugins
    Configuring W3 Total Cache: Advance Page Cache IWpconfigtips
    At this point, we have configured the General Settings of the W3 Total Cache plugin. Let's move on to the advance settings portion of this plugin. First, we are going to take care of Advance Page Cache settings. My approach in these settings will include an explanation as well as a verdict on the settings both of which I aim to keep as easy as possible for a beginner to understand.Read More…
  • Conferences
    All Things Software and Data, FutureStack 2014Objatgzsb
    FutureStack 2014 returns for its second year in a row and promises to deliver more answers to your software and data questions. It's got an impressive lineup of speakers split over three tracks and two massive days. Read More…
  • Core Data
    iOS 8: Core Data and Asynchronous FetchingPreviewimage@2x
    In the previous article about iOS 8 and Core Data, we discussed batch updates. Batch updates aren't the only new API in town. As of iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite, it's possible to asynchronously fetch data. In this tutorial, we'll take a closer look at how to implement asynchronous fetching and in what situations your application can benefit from this new API.Read More…
  • WordPress
    A Guide on Using the iThemes Security PluginIthemes security preview
    Every popular service or product constantly gets threatened by evil minds. No matter which measure you take, you can't achieve 100% security on the internet. But with the right tools and some common sense, we can try 99.99%, can't we?Read More…
  • Testing
    Unit Testing Succinctly: Look Before You LeapUnit testing
    The previous articles have touched upon a variety of concerns and benefits of unit testing. This article is a more formalized look at the cost and benefits of unit testing.Read More…
  • Bootstrap
    Building an Instagram Based Portfolio With BootstrapPreview
    In this tutorial you'll learn how to build a simple Instagram portfolio page using an number of tools such as Sass, Bootstrap and Instafeed.jsRead More…
  • WordPress
    Quick Tip: Using BFI Thumb for Custom-Size Featured Images400x277 quicktip bfithumb
    As WordPress theme developers, we might create a theme - or themes - that require images to be of a certain specific size (dimensions). At the same time, we can’t place the responsibility of creating such dimension-specific images on the end users of our themes.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Creating a Portfolio with ProjectsWordpress
    Projects is a plugin by WooThemes that is designed to provide a simple way of creating portfolios within WordPress. In this article, I will show you how to create a basic online portfolio using Projects. I am going to be making a portfolio for a fictitious web design company. Projects is quite simple in nature and can be used for many types of websitesRead More…