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New Course: Comparing Front-End Frameworks

There are so many amazing front-end JavaScript frameworks out there, and sometimes it can be hard to figure out which one to use!

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Loopimal

This brand-new called Loopimal by YATATOY lets your kid (or yourself) playfully enter the world of computer sequencing.

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ECMAScript 6 Power Tutorial: Class and Inheritance

I’d like to share with you a series of articles
about ECMAScript 6, sharing my
passion for it and explaining how it can work for you.

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Building a Product CSV Export Tool in OpenCart

If you're running an online store or any web business and you don't know the importance of CSV (Comma-Separated-Value), then it's time to upgrade your knowledge about data manipulation.

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The Tuts+ Guide to Template Tags: First Batch

In the first part of the series, we had a look at what template tags are, where they can be found, how they work, and how to use them.

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Dealing With the ROT

In my latest post for Smashing Magazine I explore how to deal with redundant, out of date and trivial content.

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Whitehouse Mandates HTTPS For Government Sites and Services

Bismillah writes: As per orders from Tony Scott, the government CIO, all federal agencies with publicly accessible websites must provide service only through a secure HTTPS connection.

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The future of web design agencies

There is an increasing amount of talk about the death of web design and the web design agency. I share my perspective in an interview with Pantheon.

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Pulkabacken house has a sloping roof that doubles as a sledding hill


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Accessibility, Part 6: Going Beyond Code Best Practices

In this series we've looked at some simple ways theme developers can help make their theme accessible.

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Tuts+ Is Hiring Course Instructors for New Web Technologies

Are you excited about the React or Polymer frameworks? Do you use the Go language or DevOps tools? What about sharing your knowledge through teaching online video courses?

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The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Introduction

Creating an e-commerce website can be a daunting journey. Imagine if it were nothing more than a matter of few clicks. Thanks to WooCommerce, this is now possible. 

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Feds Want to ID Web Trolls Who ‘Threatened’ Silk Road Judge

Feds Want to ID Web Trolls Who ‘Threatened’ Silk Road Judge

Last week the Department of Justice iss

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Apple Shows More Diversity at WWDC, But It Can Do Better

Apple Shows More Diversity at WWDC, But It Can Do Better

Apple had to show it moved the needle on diversity a

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Dominant Thoughts

“Our life always expresses the result of our dominant thoughts.” – Soren Kierkegaard (via The Book of Life)

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Keynote Motion Graphic Experiment

Continuously amazed at what you can do with Keynote, Apple’s version of Powerpoint. The above motion animation by Linda Dong is fantastic!

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HazeOver

HazeOver lets you focus on one app by fading out all the background windows on a Mac. So good. (via Amrit)

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Style Different Categories in Your WordPress Site Differently Using CSS

Final product imageWhat You'll Be Creating

In the

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How to be a predictable success

In this Do Lectures talk, Les McKeown describes the 7 stages every business goes through. Some stages you don’t want to be in. And some you want to stay in forever.

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What You Can Learn From Some of the Web's Most Creative People

Sometimes we all need a little inspiration.

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LightSail Wakes Up After Silent Spell and Tries To Spread Solar Sails

An anonymous reader writes: After a second outage LightSail's controllers have re-established contact with the experimental spacecraft, and plan to begin the process for unfurling its photo voltaic sa

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Watch the US Navy Test Its Electromagnetic Jet Fighter Catapult

An anonymous reader sends word via Engadget that the U.S.

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Tesla Rewards Hackers With Bug Bounty

An anonymous reader writes: Tesla Motors is offering up to $1,000 to anyone who uncovers security issues on its website. Forbes reports that the program is not yet available for its vehicles however.

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Chinese Doctor Performs Head Transplants On Mice

An anonymous reader writes: Xiaoping Ren, a Chinese surgeon, has performed roughly 1,000 head transplants on mice since 2013 and says that monkeys are next.

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Why Apple and Google Made Their Own Programming Languages

Gamoid writes: This Business Insider article looks into the state of Google Go and Apple Swift, highlighting what the two languages have in common — and why tech companies would bother involving

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Sony Music CEO Confirms Launch of Apple's Music Streaming Service

An anonymous reader writes: Sony Music CEO Doug Morris said in an interview that Apple will announce a new music streaming service tomorrow at its World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC).

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Ask Slashdot: What Asset Tracking Software Do You Recommend?

grahamsaa writes: I work for an organization that has a number of physical assets, as well as presence in multiple data centers.

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Robots Compete In Navigating Simulation Of Japan's Fukushima Daiichi Plant

schwit1 writes: A new DARPA Robotics Challenge completed its final competition recently.

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On Managing Developers

An anonymous reader writes: A columnist at TechCrunch takes a crack at advice on how to manage developers. He has some decent starting points.

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Everyone Hates Harvard

theodp writes: Hedge fund manager John Paulson personally took home nearly $4 billion in 2007 after convincing banks to create securities of sub-prime mortgages he could bet against.

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Rare 9-way Kidney Swap a Success

Okian Warrior sends news that a complex set of 18 surgeries has been successfully completed at California Pacific Medical Center and the University of California at San Francisco Medical Center that r

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American Pharoah Overcomes Biology To Win Triple Crown

HughPickens.com writes: There are good reasons it's been 37 years since the last triple-crown winner.

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Microsoft Tries To Guess Relatives With "Twins or Not"

mikejuk writes: Hot on the heels of their popular "How Old Do I Look" website, Microsoft has released a tool called "Twins or Not." Powered by Microsoft’s Project Oxford Face API, the site lets

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First Games Inducted Into the World Video Game Hall of Fame

An anonymous reader writes: From 15 finalists the first inductees to the World Video Game Hall of Fame were picked for 2015.

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Report: Internet Users Feel Powerless To Protect Their Privacy From Corporations

Mark Wilson writes: A paper produced by a team at the University of Pennsylvania confirms something many people have probably thought true for some time: the notion that internet users are unhappy wit

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Barber Osgerby Stool

The height-adjustable Barber Osgerby stools caught my eye. They are made from a die-cast material and will hold up to abrasions and dents.

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♥ / Home Exchange for Designers Only

Big thanks to Behomm for supporting my blog and RSS Feed. @SwissMiss: “How often do you come across a website that makes you jump out of your seat of excitement?

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15 Fresh New Fonts

We have compile a list of Free Downloadable various type Fonts for personal & commercial use for Web Designers and Logo Artists by which you can save your money as well as time and focus on makin

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New eBooks Available for Subscribers

Do you want to learn more about functional programming in JavaScript? How about Bootstrap for Rails, or KnockoutJS?

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Introduction to Jenkins: An Open Source Continuous Integration Server

Final product imageWhat You'll Be Creating

This is the first of a two-part series on <

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The Tuts+ Guide to Template Tags: Introduction

We've stated many times on this website that WordPress is a very powerful content management system and that its power comes from its extensibility.

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A lightbulb? A speaker? Both?

Sony’s new LED bulb with an integrated Bluetooth speaker made me look and wonder. I can’t figure out if this is cool or totally absurd. I am weirdly intrigued.

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WatchKit Navigation, Transitions, and Contexts

Introduction

Apple's WatchKit framework for developing Apple Watch applications provides several ways for you, as a developer, to present different types of interfaces to users of your app.

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Create a Simple Shopping Cart Using AngularJS: Part 1

In this tutorial series, we'll see how to go about creating a simple shopping cart using AngularJS.