I gathered a few of the latest cool jQuery and CSS3 resources. Some are really awesome. Check them out.
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WordPress Transients API is a powerful feature which enables you to cache complex queries and similar things. I created some interesting benchmarks to see what is the benefit of using it.
Comparison of GIT and SVN is not easy, as they come from different worlds and eras. But, I tried. And here it is.
After one year of fine tuning and optimizing, jQuery Mobile reached its first full version release. And it did it with a bang…. The new ThemeRoller feature is just plain awesome.
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According to Wikipedia, more than 97% of all e-mails sent over the net are unwanted. That’s around 200 billion spam messages per day. To keep this insane amount of spam out of your inbox, you should keep your e-mail safe when you display it on web. One of the ways to keep it safe is […]
Today I had the privilege to interview Jeffrey Way – the editor of a popular web development blog, Nettuts+, and a developer evangelist for the Envato marketplaces (ThemeForest and CodeCanyon, among others).
After a long time, one of the popular PHP frameworks reached 2.0 version. Let’s see what is new in CakePHP 2.0.
Working from home has plenty of benefits, but it can be hard to be productive. Many distractions, friends, family, video games, internet keeps you from focusing on the work. I bring some tips how to improve productivity when working from home.
jQuery Mobile is around for some time now and getting better with every release. Today, they reached a RC1 phase and I am bringing the overview of the changes and improvements on this powerful framework.