Code Learning Guides

Collections of posts that take you through a particular topic or project.
  • Dojo

    Maybe you saw that tweet: “jQuery is a gateway drug. It leads to full-on JavaScript usage.” Part of that addiction, I contend, is learning other JavaScript frameworks. And that’s what this four-part series on the incredible Dojo Toolkit is all about: taking you to the next level of your JavaScript addiction.

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  • Howdoifixbug

    Some people find debugging code relaxing - you have a set goal you want to achieve, and you just hammer away at it until you're done. This can be the case, but often it's just frustrating and boring.

    The right knowledge (of error codes, for example) and tools (like loggers) make the task much easier, so in this Session, we've compiled a bunch of resources to help you fix bugs in your Flash projects.

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  • Best way to learn js

    Sometimes, when attempting to learn a new skill, you simply want to be told exactly what to do. Where do I start? What's the best book on this subject? Which blogs post the best articles in this field? Well, that's exactly what this Session is for! We provide you with a multi-step, assignment-based syllabus for your training!

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  • 1rd23 jabber client for ios

    In this session, we will build a Jabber Client for iOS. The application developed in this session will enable users to sign in, add buddies, and send messages. In the process of building this app, we will describe how to install and configure a jabber server, create accounts, and interact with the server from an iOS application. To simulate a chat environment we will build a scenario with two users: one user will be chatting from an iPhone app and the other will be using iChat.

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  • Knockout

    In the red corner, weighing in at just 29Kb (uncompressed), is knockout.js; a pure JavaScript library that simplifies the creation of dynamic user interfaces. Knockout is library agnostic, so it can easily be used with any of the most popular JavaScript libraries already available, but it works particularly well with jQuery, and uses jQuery.tmpl as its default templating engine.

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  • Singing with sinatra

    Twice a month, we revisit some of our readers’ favorite posts and sessions from throughout the history of Nettuts+. This tutorial series first published in February.

    In this Session, we’ll be taking a look at Sinatra; a small, yet incredibly powerful DSL for quickly creating Ruby web applications. You'll learn everything from installing the framework, all the way up to building an app.

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