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Code Learning Guides

Collections of posts that take you through a particular topic or project.
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    In this two-part series, I will be showing you how to create the classic game of hangman. This version comes with a surprise ending, however. If you win the game the hangman does a happy dance. Along the way, you will learn about Corona's drawing API, scene management, dispatching custom events, how to utilize a sprite sheet, and how to use modules to emulate classes in the Lua programming language.

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    Smartphones and tablets are, without any doubt, the kings of the consumer market. Traditional computers won’t go away any time soon, especially in the business world, but in many scenarios mobile devices have replaced the old “mouse and keyboard” approach with a more modern and intuitive one, based on touch and natural interfaces. For sure, the iPhone by Apple was the product that forced all the other companies to rethink the mobile experience: first, with a new phone concept, and second, with the idea of applications and app stores. Windows Phone, however, has become an important player in the market, and we recently had the opportunity to collaborate with Syncfusion to offer you one of their popular eBooks, Windows Phone 8 Succinctly, as a Learning Guide.

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    D3.js is a wonderful JavaScript library which is used for creating interactive and visually appealing graphics. D3.js stands for Data Driven Documents and uses HTML, SVG and CSS to run its magic. This tutorial will be an introductory tutorial on D3.js where we'll focus on some basic things to create a dynamic graph. Along the course of this tutorial, we'll see how to create a multi-line chart using D3.js library.

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  • Introducing bootstrap 400px

    Bootstrap is a front-end framework for developing responsive, mobile-first projects on the web. In this tutorial, you'll get an overview of how it works and what advantages it offers.

    Underscores (_s) was designed to serve as a base/starter theme by the WordPress.com Theme Team—the people responsible for the design and development themes that ship with WordPress. Learn how it works, and what advantages it offers when creating your own theme framework.

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    In this three part series about creating a license controlled plugin and theme update system for WordPress, you will learn how to create a plugin for managing software products and licenses.

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  • Trimthebloat

    As site owners or developers, we have a responsibility. Specifically, we're responsible to make sure that our site is usable for our visitors and that our content can be easily consumed. To do this, we rely on an array of plugins and themes that come packed with every option the creator could think of and then more.

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