Creating Your First Node.js Command-line Application

Command-line utilities are a must for every seasoned web developer. Node.js makes developing such tools extremely easy thanks to a wealth of open source modules and a great package manager. In this tutorial, we will convert our Cute File Browser, which we published last week, from PHP to Node. Our goal is to create a… Continue reading Creating Your First Node.js Command-line Application

10 Awesome JavaScript Libraries All Developers Should Know About

JavaScript, also known under the acronym JS, is a dynamic computer programming language, it has also been called an “assembly” language or “the x86 of the web”. Bottom line, JavaScript is a programming language widely used by web developers as part of web browsers. It’s typing discipline is described on Wikipedia as dynamic and/or duck.… Continue reading 10 Awesome JavaScript Libraries All Developers Should Know About

5 useful methods on how to organize SASS files for large projects

Organising SASS files in a large project can be a real pain. If not properly organized, you will experience a lot of pain later in the project when you need to change or redo stuff. So, how do we organize SASS files? There is no only method but I have seem some examples that serve… Continue reading 5 useful methods on how to organize SASS files for large projects

Building Minimum Viable Products at Spotify

Many companies face the paradox of wanting to build a delightful product without knowing if people actually want the product until it’s released. Spotify’s vision was to give people the right music at the right time while incentivizing artists by paying them based on number of shares their music received. A tall order, no doubt,… Continue reading Building Minimum Viable Products at Spotify

Sequence.js: Responsive Content Slider with CSS3 Transitions and Gesture Control

Plugins for content sliders are a dime a dozen, fish in the sea, you name it. Fewer, but still many are supporting CSS3 transitions and working responsively. Anyway „Sequence.js“ is something special. This JavaScript does not only support animations on the transition of slides as a whole. Instead all of the content of a slide,… Continue reading Sequence.js: Responsive Content Slider with CSS3 Transitions and Gesture Control

Manage and Monitor Unix Systems with Monit

Monit is a small Open Source utility for managing and monitoring Unix systems. Monit conducts automatic maintenance and repair and can execute meaningful causal actions in error situations. You can use Monit to monitor daemon processes or similar programs running on localhost. Monit is particular useful for monitoring daemon processes, such as those started at… Continue reading Manage and Monitor Unix Systems with Monit

20 Most Effective Bootstrap Extensions and Plugins

Bootstrap is a very popular front end frame work for creating amazing websites and applications. It is extremely adjustable and easily manageable by all the designers who use it. Bootstrap supports responsive designs and has plenty of other extensions to benefit the designers like marvelous JQuery plugins and CSS sheets. Bootstrap is easily extensible and… Continue reading 20 Most Effective Bootstrap Extensions and Plugins

Real-time Visitor Globe with Node.js and WebGL

In this post we would like to share with you a cool project we created by using Node.js and WebGL. It’s a mapped globe of the Earth that you can use to keep track of the people who use your web apps in real-time. After a quick setup, you’ll be able to see the location… Continue reading Real-time Visitor Globe with Node.js and WebGL

30 Best JavaScript Frameworks for Development

One of the best Javascript Frameworks for development includes Ember.js, incorporates common idioms so you can focus on what makes your app special. Creating responsive web applications with fluid and maintainable interfaces can be a challenging task. Desktop developers have it much easier with their tools and workflows. You may be thinking, are there any… Continue reading 30 Best JavaScript Frameworks for Development

10 Sass Mixins for a Developer

Sass is the most mature, stable, and powerful professional-level CSS extension language in the world. I have been using Sass for quite sometime and found out that mixins is something all front-end developers would enjoy and take advantage of to save time and be more efficient. A mixin can make groups of CSS declarations that… Continue reading 10 Sass Mixins for a Developer

20 Impressive CSS3 Techniques, Libraries and Examples

In this list we’ve gathered for you some of the best sources of CSS goodness. We’ve chosen some amazing demos from various artists that come to prove that nowadays everything is possible with CSS. We’ve also included articles that depict the awesome new features of CSS3 and a few helpful libraries full of CSS tricks.… Continue reading 20 Impressive CSS3 Techniques, Libraries and Examples

Top 10 Web Design Trends This Year

The battle for fashion statement no more just encompasses clothing, jewelry or stylized watches. Most competed area of making a fashion statement is on the web itself. Yes, in look, feel and smart user interfaces or in facilitating more user preferences for accessing the web, innovation and creativity are the driving force now for an… Continue reading Top 10 Web Design Trends This Year

9 Web Based Solution to Create Stunning Slideshows Presentation

When it comes to presentation, we always think of PowerPoint or Keynote. Do you know you can create stunning presentation slideshow using web based technologies as well? What can be done on those presentation applications can also be done on browsers. We have HTML5, CSS3 and Javascript. Just like building websites, we can integrate multimedia… Continue reading 9 Web Based Solution to Create Stunning Slideshows Presentation

Fenix – A Simple Static Desktop Web Server

Web server is an essential tool for web developer. It’s an essential tool to save times and bandwidth. By developing or updating a website locally, we can skip the file upload and download tasks completely. We can do it once everything is ready. Depend on what platform you’re using, you can install either IIS, Apache… Continue reading Fenix – A Simple Static Desktop Web Server

An Introduction to Using Bower With WordPress

The majority of web projects today start with or include third party libraries. If you are working on a WordPress theme, there’s probably a good chance that you are using the HTML5 Boilerplate, Bootstrap, or Foundation. Most of these projects are available on GitHub and accessible via Bower. In this series I’m going to introduce you… Continue reading An Introduction to Using Bower With WordPress

CSS3 Animations and The New JavaScript Method Animate()

With CSS3 animations in HTML documents have become fairly easy to achieve. Using the “@keyframes” rule various properties such as position and size of an HTML element get defined. Then the property “animation” cares for getting the keyframes up and running according to their definitions. Without the need for JavaScript and plug-ins we are able… Continue reading CSS3 Animations and The New JavaScript Method Animate()

Fort.js – Modern Progress Bar for Form Completion

Fort.js is a modern progress bar for form completion. All you do is add the form and Fort.js algorithm will take care of the rest. Best of all, it super small. Using Fort.js is so simple, it’s simple. All you do is insert fort.min.js and fort.min.css into the <head> then pop in an <input> into <div>. Anything outside of the <div> won’t count. Yep, that’s all… Continue reading Fort.js – Modern Progress Bar for Form Completion

A Detailed Introduction To Node.js And MongoDB

Node.js is a rapidly growing technology that has been overtaking the world of server-side programming with surprising speed. MongoDB is a technology that’s revolutionizing database usage. Together, the two tools are a potent combination, thanks to the fact that they both employ JavaScript and JSON. At first glance, coming to grips with Node.js and MongoDB… Continue reading A Detailed Introduction To Node.js And MongoDB

Create and Theme an Evernote Powered Blog With Postach.io

What You’ll Be Creating Postach.io is a blogging system with a difference. It has one feature in particular which makes it especially interesting: instead of an admin panel you simply create your posts inside Evernote. You can use any Evernote app, which means Postach.io blogging is multi-platform, automatically backed up, and (if you’re already an Evernote user) very familiar. In this tutorial… Continue reading Create and Theme an Evernote Powered Blog With Postach.io

The Design Pattern & Wireframe Libraries Guide

In this article, Chris Bank of UXPin – The UX Design App details many of the top sources for finding wireframe examples, design patterns, templates, stencils, sketches, and other examples of web and mobile user interface designs for endless wireframing and prototyping inspiration. According to Ralph Waldo Emerson, “(Design) is a journey, not a destination.”… Continue reading The Design Pattern & Wireframe Libraries Guide

Best Node.js Tutorials and Resources for Beginners

Node.js is increasingly gaining popularity among web developers. Due to all hosting companies Node.js remains the prerogative of dedicated servers and VPS. Actually VPS is a solution that even a small startup can afford. For more details refer to the documentation on nodejs.org. As you know, Node.js supports modules. You can find the folder for… Continue reading Best Node.js Tutorials and Resources for Beginners

What Makes HTML5 The Future Of The Web?

A growing increase in the usage of mobile devices by both individuals and enterprises, have called for businesses to ensure possible support for mobile users, both in the B2B and B2C communication realm. Multiple mobile operating systems, hardware devices, and access processes originated intimidating challenges for mobile support. Looking for a resolute seamless solution? HTML5… Continue reading What Makes HTML5 The Future Of The Web?

Full Throttle Development: Website Design Software Webydo Goes Parallax – Participate in The Closed Beta (Invite Only)

Webydo’s developers must be on steroids. The community-driven development process sparks more innovation in a few months than other companies find in their whole lifetime. The latest feature announcement promises the availability of one of the hottest trends in web design today, Parallax Scrolling. And it promises to deliver it code-free and with pixel-perfect accuracy.… Continue reading Full Throttle Development: Website Design Software Webydo Goes Parallax – Participate in The Closed Beta (Invite Only)