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Code Series

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

    We recently had the opportunity to collaborate with the fine team at Syncfusion to offer you one of their popular eBooks, jQuery Succinctly, in session form.

    This session was written by Cody Lindley to express, in short-order, the concepts essential to intermediate and advanced jQuery development. Its purpose is to instill in you, the reader, practices that jQuery developers take as common knowledge. Each article contains concepts essential to becoming a seasoned jQuery developer.

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  • Http cover

    We recently had the opportunity to collaborate with the fine team at Syncfusion to offer you one of their popular eBooks, HTTP Succinctly, in session form.

    HTTP is the foundational protocol for exchanging information across the World Wide Web. In this series by Scott Allen, you’ll learn all about something you use on a daily basis, perhaps without realizing what goes on behind the scenes. You’ll quickly learn about resources, requests and responses, safe and unsafe methods, connections, cookies, security, and so much more. Equipped with this information, you’ll be able to write better web apps and services, and debug them when something goes wrong.

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  • Customize wordpress admin rachel 400

    The WordPress login screen is well designed – it's clean and simple to interact with and it works well on all screen sizes. But what if you're building a site for a client who wants to display their own logo to users logging in? Or if you have a MultiSite installation and want your users to see your branding when they log in? Luckily, you can customise the way the login screen looks quite easily.

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  • Git succinctly cover 400

    We recently had the opportunity to collaborate with the fine team at Syncfusion to offer you one of their popular eBooks, Git Succinctly, in session form.

    Are you looking for a new version control system? Perhaps what you're using now is too cumbersome, or you just want to try something new to manage a pet project. In this session written by Ryan Hodson, you can get up and running with one of the fastest-spreading revision control systems out there.

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  • A case for code comments   the server side

    In this two-part series, we're taking a look at building a case for code comments. In the first article, we covered the server-side by taking a look at PHP. Specifically, we reviewed PHPDoc conventions and how to use them to document templates, functions, and lines and blocks.

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  • Migrating your wordpress database 400

    When it comes to working with WordPress-based projects, arguably one of the most frustrating or tedious aspects of deployment is actually getting the databases across your environments in-sync with one another.

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