WordPress has a powerful XML RPC API which allows us to get posts or categories from our WordPress site as well as control our site from external clients. This article will try to show some of the possibilities of using built-in API methods and how to extend the API and write your own XML RPC methods.
Today’s quick tip will show you how easy it is to add number of Twitter followers, Facebook fans and RSS readers in plain text to your WordPress theme.
Pinterest is growing exponentially and is one of the most influential social sharing platform today. But what if you do not want images from your site to be pinned there? Pinterest offered a simple solution and I will explain how to do it in this quick tip.
WordPress is one of the most powerful platform on the web today. I am going to show you how easy it is to make Google Maps custom post field using the great Advanced Custom Post Fields WordPress Plugin. At the end of tutorial you will have a Google Map and when you click it, the location will be saved in your custom field type which you can then show on the Map in the frontend.
I am continuing my Programming for kids series with an overview of things my kids have done using PHP string manipulation functions.
Zend Framework is very robust PHP framework which helps developers produce top quality products. Today, I am going to show you how to add a multi language support to Zend Framework and how to setup language based routing.
Today I am going to show you how to build small RSS reader application using jQuery Mobile. This tutorial will show you advanced use of jQuery Mobile to make a real life application with database backend using PHP, MySQL and jQuery.
Google Plus is the latest social network that is becoming increasingly popular. Today I will show a really simple and short way to display latest updates on Google Plus for a given user id.