This roundup features 18 free icon fonts that can be used in your commercial projects. The icon fonts in this post are perfect for your app user interfaces (UIs).
WordPress plugins are great; they can save you time, speed up your website, improve SEO, and more. Plugins allow web designers and developers the ability to build sophisticated websites quicker and (possibly) better. With more than 20,000 plugins and over 330,000,000 downloads in the official WordPress plugin directory, there’s no question that plugins are an important component of the WordPress ecosystem.
But there’s a downside to using WordPress plugins. Relying too much on plugins can expose your site to an increasingly wide variety of risks.
Let’s discuss the problem with plugins and things you should consider before installing one.
Using textures in your web designs can give them an element of uniqueness. Websites featured in this showcase use textures in a variety of ways. I’ve also created a list of textured web design resources at the end of this inspiration showcase.
Is this an exciting time to be developing mobile apps? Short answer: Yes.
With tons of tools already available — and more springing up all the time — there seems to be a solution for any mobile app developer out there (experienced and novices alike).
In this article, we look at 10 solutions for building cross-platform mobile apps. They were chosen for their varied levels of complexity, price, features and documentation. I’ve tested each of them.
WordPress has been dominating the content management system landscape for the past few years. WordPress is used by over 50 million sites; among them are ubiquitous web properties and companies like Mashable, TechCrunch and CNN.
In this article, we’ll talk about some of the lessons I learned while developing my latest startup, Restaurant Engine, a web design service for restaurants built on top of WordPress.
A light bulb goes off. You have the next great idea for a mobile app that you want to develop. It’ll change lives. It’ll make you millions. What’s the next step you need to take?
One of the things you’ll need to decide early on in your mobile application development process is how you’ll build and deploy your app. There are two main directions you can go: native app or mobile web app. In this article, we’ll talk about the differences between the two so you can make an informed decision.
We recently hosted a giveaway of 10 PageLines Framework Developer licenses. With over 320 participants, this was one of our most successful giveaways. In this post, you’ll see the lucky Six Revisions readers who’ve won!