Code Learning Guides

Collections of posts that take you through a particular topic or project.
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    The HTML5 Mastery Class is a series of articles that aims to take you from beginner-to-expert in working with HTML5, the DOM, and associated languages such as JavaScript and CSS.

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  • Wordpress

    In this series of articles, we're taking a look at how to get started with WordPress. From installing the software, to finding and installing themes and plugins. This guide seeks to provide you with everything you need in order to lay the foundation for learning WordPress.

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  • Opencart

    For the people involved in e-commerce business, affiliate marketing is not an alien word. In fact, it has become an important feature to have in the kitty for e-commerce frameworks these days. In this series, we're going to explore affiliate marketing in the context of OpenCart. In this three part series, we'll go through the process of affiliate creation and approval, and how commission system works for the affiliates!

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    Are you interested in learning how to develop native applications for iOS? There's no better time to start than today. This series will teach you how to develop iOS applications with Xcode 7.1 and Swift 2.1.

    Over the course of this series, I will teach you what it takes to start developing for the iOS platform with in-depth articles and tutorials. Each post will tackle a different subject, from setting up the development environment to the ins and outs of table views.

    By the end of this series, you'll have a good understanding of what it takes to be an iOS developer and you'll be capable of creating your own applications from scratch. Are you excited? I know I am.

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  • Bourbon series

    Bourbon is a smooth and refined Sass mixin library for designers. It has a minimalistic approach and is serious about creating quality, scalable, semantic code. In this series we’ll take a distinguished look at the Bourbon library, along with its siblings Neat, Refills, and Bitters.

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    WordPress already ships with loads of good stuff to make a membership site. Unfortunately most of the process is handled on the back end, and ideally we want to keep users away from the admin area. So over this three-part series we will be moving this process to the front of the site, throwing in some customization, and styling it up along the way. 

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