6 Myths Preventing Developers from Using Git

Jul 23 2014 by Tobias G√ľnther | No Comments

Nowadays, you’ll have a hard time finding a professional developer who doesn’t use a version control system (VCS) such as Git.

But, there are still a few among us who choose not to use a VCS due to preconceived notions they might have about version control.

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How Fonts Affect the User Experience

Jul 21 2014 by Marcus Taylor | No Comments

Several years ago, researchers at MIT confirmed through a study that fonts can impact how we feel: A bad font can make us frown unconsciously, while a good font can make us feel happy.

If fonts can influence our emotions, then they can certainly impact the user experience.

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Working with JavaScript Dates Using Moment.js

Jul 18 2014 by Bradley Holbrook | No Comments

Date manipulation is one of those development hurdles that we all must jump at one point in our career, and great tools go a long way in taming the beast.

The Moment.js library is that tool for JavaScript developers.

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Getting Started with Meteor

Jul 16 2014 by David Turnbull | 1 Comment

Meteor is a full-stack development platform that makes it easier than ever before to build real-time web applications. This tutorial will get you up and running with Meteor in no time.

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RSS Zero

Jul 14 2014 by Jacob Gube | 5 Comments

Yesterday morning, I did the unimaginable. Something I didn’t think I was ever capable of doing.

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HTML5 Download Attribute Guide

Jul 9 2014 by Jacob Gube | 7 Comments

The download attribute allows us to force media file downloads onto the user’s computer or mobile device.

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A Generic HTML5 Template

Jul 4 2014 by Jacob Gube | 21 Comments

This is boilerplate markup (a blank HTML document template) for HTML5-capable web pages.

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