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Code Learning Guides

If you want to become a better developer, try these code learning guides. Each one is a hand-picked collection of free code tutorials on a relevant theme, like WordPress Gutenberg or creating an Angular app.

Find everything you need here, whether you’re a web developer or mobile app developer, and no matter which programming language you use. These learning guides bring together over a decade of free code tutorials on Envato Tuts+, covering a huge range of topics.

Do you want to build a React app? Create interactive charts? Get up to speed on machine learning? You’ll find all of that and more here.

  1. A Guide to WordPress Custom Post Types

    2 Posts
    WordPress is built for customization. It was created in such a way that each and every section is customizable. In this tutorial we will be exploring one of the most powerful features of WordPress known as Custom Post Types and how WordPress reached a new height with the advent of this wonderful feature.
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  2. The WordPress Coding Standards

    8 Posts
    We've written quite a bit about the WordPress APIs in previous articles, and we've touched on the WordPress Coding Standards, but we've never really taken a deep dive into the coding standards, understanding each aspect of them, and why they matter.
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  3. Digging Into the Theme Customizer

    4 Posts
    In version 3.4, beside improving current features, WordPress released a very cool new feature. It's a really useful tool that makes it easier for a user to configure and customize their website. That is the Theme Customizer. So what is the Theme Customizer, what can it do, and how to customize it? In this series, I'm going to walk you through understanding its components and tasks deeply. Once we're done, you can totally customize it by yourself.
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  4. Developing Plugins With WordPress Boilerplates

    2 Posts
    Over the past five to ten years, building sites and applications for the web has become much more complex than much of the stuff that people were building in the 90's. Long gone are manually creating sites using uppercase HTML, table-based layouts, and ugly JavaScript to make some type of cute animation happen on a page. Now we've got a variety of technologies, frameworks, and languages all of which work together to help us build full on software applications that run within a browser.
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