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  1. 29-10-2014 to , by lucanos - Link
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  4. Most companies are just coming around to the idea that open source can help lower costs and boost innovation within their organizations. But Web companies like Netflix, Twitter and Facebook understand that open source can be more: a powerful weapon for recruiting and retaining top engineering talent.
  5. Catch common usability problems before user testing
  6. What our clients do with their websites is just as important as the websites themselves. We may pride ourselves on building a great product, but it’s ultimately up to the client to see it succeed or fail. Even the best website can become neglected, underused, or messy without a little education and training.
  7. The easiest way to build the best apps.
    29-10-2014 to , , by lucanos - Link
  8. Without a doubt, the most effective way to build an email list is to create a modal that appears when a visitor stumbles across your website. This modal will then contain an opt-in form that they simply can’t ignore (usually with a compelling bribe to hand over their email, like a free download of some sort).
  9. In this series, we take a look at some of the topics that are often discussed - especially caching - and how it can not only benefit our site, but how to configure our WordPress installation to achieve the best results possible.
    29-10-2014 to , , , by lucanos - Link
  10. I this series of tutorials, I'll show you how to install and configure WooCommerce and add both physical and virtual products to it. In this first part you'll install the plugin and work with the general settings and those for products and taxes.
    29-10-2014 to , by lucanos - Link
  11. In this tutorial we are going to learn how we can add additional data to your taxonomies. WordPress comes with the ability to add meta data onto both the posts and user objects. These are stored in separate tables such as the wp_postmeta and wp_usermeta tables. Both of these tables use a key and value pair columns to store the different data just like in the wp_options table.
  12. One of the most popular new features introduced in iOS 8 is the ability to create several types of extensions. In this tutorial, I will guide you through the process of creating a custom widget for the Today section of the notification center. But first, let's briefly review some topics about extensions and understand the important concepts that underly widgets.
    29-10-2014 to , , by lucanos - Link
  13. Unfortunately, we live in a reality that is not ideal. We have to understand, modify and enhance ages-old code. We have to work with legacy code. So what are you waiting for? Let's get our heads into this first tutorial, get the code, understand it a little bit and create a safety net for our future modifications.
  14. No one wants to ship buggy software. Ensuring that you release a mobile application of the highest quality requires much more than a human-driven manual quality assurance process. New devices and operating systems are released to the public each year. This means that there is an ever expanding combination of screen sizes and operating system versions on which you must test your mobile application. Not only would it be extremely time consuming, but attempting to test your iOS application by manual testing neglects an entire piece of the modern software engineering process, automated quality assurance testing.
    29-10-2014 to , , by lucanos - Link
  15. What I will do, however, is cover some of the best plugins out there right now that make turning a standard WordPress site into a real online magazine. Like a real-deal, totally legit publication you’d buy at a newsstand—if those still exist.
  16. In this tutorial we are going to look at how you can override a theme template file from within a plugin.
    29-10-2014 to , , , by lucanos - Link
  17. In this Weekend WordPress Project we’ll take a look at how this can be done and I’ll share some of my own tips and tricks in the process. Ready your favourite text editor and let’s dig in!
  18. In this article, we’ll take a look at what page templates are and how you can use them to make your website better.
    28-10-2014 to , , , , by lucanos - Link
  19. The custom post type feature is what transforms WordPress from a blogging platform to a fully-fledged content management system.
    28-10-2014 to , , , by lucanos - Link
  20. With most business being done digitally, you might think that business cards don't matter anymore. But they can offer a lot. Here's why they're still important for business and how you can get the most out of yours.
    28-10-2014 to , , by lucanos - Link
  21. If you are a blogger looking for free photos to use in your blog posts or a designer looking for free photography to use in your designs, then check out the websites below and you will find the best free stock photos.
    28-10-2014 to , , , , , by lucanos - Link
  22. Kali Linux is a security-focused operating system you can run off a CD or USB drive, anywhere. With its security toolkit you can crack Wi-Fi passwords, create fake networks, and test other vulnerabilities. Here's how to use it to give your own a network a security checkup.
    27-10-2014 to , by lucanos - Link
  23. handyLock is an application that locks your Mac screen when you move away from it. This way your Mac is safe and secured from unauthorized access. This is very convenient if you want to prevent access by kids, co-workers or others when you slip away to grab a coffee, a drink or take a bio break.
    27-10-2014 to , by lucanos - Link
  24. I remember January 10, 2010, rather well: it was the day we lost a project’s complete history. We were using Subversion as our version control system, which kept the project’s history in a central repository on a server. And we were backing up this server on a regular basis—at least, we thought we were. The server broke down, and then the backup failed. Our project wasn’t completely lost, but all the historic versions were gone.
    23-10-2014 to , , by lucanos - Link
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  28. Clients come in all shapes and sizes. They’re the lifeblood of any creative agency, bringing with them problems to be solved in return for hard cash. So when someone comes along with an exciting project it’s easy to get excited about the design possibilities without thinking too clearly about for whom you will be working.
  29. Given how integral technology has become to modern enterprises, it's hard to imagine an executive charting a safe course for any company without a fundamental appreciation for and understanding of technology. While she needn't be an engineer, she needs to at least know one.
    23-10-2014 to , by lucanos - Link
  30. In this series, we look specifically at Git and Bitbucket and how they can help us in our day-to-day work. Throughout the series, we look at Git and how it's distributed source control model works. We also look at how pull requests work and how they are useful in the context of code reviews, and we also look at team workflows and creative uses for web hooks.
  31. In this article, you will learn some of the most outstanding WP hacks that you will definitely find useful.
    23-10-2014 to , , , by lucanos - Link
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  33. Have you ever considered running your own class or training course online? Everyone has something they can teach and many people are amazed when they see how easy it is to turn that knowledge into passive income. Before you can start however, you’ll n
  34. Creating a WordPress child theme is important. It gives the user access to the theme without the threat of breaking it when updating. Unfortunately, child themes can be confusing if you don’t have much experience with WordPress customization.
    22-10-2014 to , , by lucanos - Link
  35. In this tutorial, we will learn how to use the Shortcode API. We will create our own shortcodes, see how to use classic and unnamed attributes and also how to handle content.
    22-10-2014 to , , by lucanos - Link
  36. Most WordPress users are familiar with tags and categories and with how to use them to organize their blog posts. If you use custom post types in WordPress, you might need to organize them like categories and tags. Categories and tags are examples of taxonomies, and WordPress allows you to create as many custom taxonomies as you want. These custom taxonomies operate like categories or tags, but are separate.
    22-10-2014 to , , , by lucanos - Link
  37. In this tutorial, you'll create your first Windows Phone 8 application. The aim of this article is to familiarize yourself with some of the building blocks of the Windows Phone 8 SDK. If you haven't read the introduction of this series, then I recommend you do so first. It's important that you have a good understanding of the platform before creating applications for it.
    22-10-2014 to , , by lucanos - Link
  38. I’ve been using WordPress for the last eight years or so and, along the way, it’s been a good companion. But it’s far from perfect. Over the last four years, while running a high-traffic blog about video games, I struggled with a range of problems
    22-10-2014 to , , , by lucanos - Link
  39. This is a four-part series in which you'll learn some techniques for working with images in attachments in WordPress which give you advanced options.
  40. The WordPress login screen is well designed – it's clean and simple to interact with and it works well on all screen sizes. But what if you're building a site for a client who wants to display their own logo to users logging in? Or if you have a MultiSite installation and want your users to see your branding when they log in? Luckily, you can customise the way the login screen looks quite easily.
    22-10-2014 to , , , , by lucanos - Link
  41. During the course of this three-part series, we will build a WordPress plugin from the ground up. This plugin will display a list of upcoming events on the front-end to let users know what's coming next. The admin will be able to publish information about new events, and will be able to edit or delete them.
    22-10-2014 to , , by lucanos - Link
  42. Building software for the web is different from many other fields because it’s possible to create a revolutionary product with nothing more than an idea, a computer and a bit of time.
    22-10-2014 to , , by lucanos - Link
  43. is a design feedback app that allows you to create and annotate live websites in just a few clicks, with screenshots taken directly from any accessible website. Projects can be private or public for anybody to write feedback.
  44. Prior to HTML5 we had no element to semantically mark up a date or time. In recent years, other solutions, most notably Microformats and Microdata, have tried to fill this gap for specific situations (date of birth, publication of a book, and so on).
    22-10-2014 to , by lucanos - Link
  45. Today we want to share a cool experiment with you. It is a cute file browser, which you can upload to a folder somewhere on your site and share documents, pictures and other files with the world. The app is built with PHP and jQuery and uses CSS3 extensively – no images or icons were used in the design, and the animations are smooth and work well even on smartphones.
    22-10-2014 to , , , , , by lucanos - Link
  46. We’ve discussed this many times before, but it’s essential to document the project scope and responsibilities for every client. Costly misunderstandings and legal shenanigans can be avoided from the start.
  47. The infographic below provides some quick and useful tips that will help you knock it out of the park at your next job interview. Every detail from the first impression to common mistakes during the interview process is covered, so check it out before you go out on your next interview.
    22-10-2014 to , , by lucanos - Link

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