Use Cutting-Edge CSS with the Help of Myth

Jan 23 2015 by Jacob Gube | 2 Comments

Myth is an open source preprocessor that allows you to use some of the new/proposed/experimental CSS specifications being developed by W3C’s CSS working group. It does this by converting your code to CSS that’s understood by today’s web browsers.

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9 Tips for WordPress Plugin Development

Jan 21 2015 by Woody Hayday | 9 Comments

In this article, I would like to share some of my tips for developing WordPress plugins.

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A Guide to Design Mockup Fidelity

Jan 19 2015 by Jerry Cao | No Comments

This is a guest post by Jerry Cao, coauthor of The Guide to Mockups.

In this article, I will discuss the various levels of UI design mockup fidelity to help you choose the best option.

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Why I Ditched Angular for React

Jan 16 2015 by Kumar Sanket | 9 Comments

A few years ago, when my code started to get cluttered with jQuery selectors and callbacks, AngularJS came to my rescue.

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Interactive JavaScript Tutorials

Jan 14 2015 by Jacob Gube | 2 Comments

Learning the fundamentals of JavaScript can be easier and more fun through interactive tutorials. Interactive tutorials are immersive, letting you write and experience code immediately.

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CSS Background Shorthand Property

Jan 12 2015 by Jacob Gube | 8 Comments

The background shorthand property is a way to specify the values of multiple CSS background properties in a single declaration.

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Semi-Transparent Buttons

Jan 9 2015 by Jacob Gube | 5 Comments

In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a semi-transparent UI button that works really well on photographic background images.

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