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Coding Starter Pack Giveaway

Bring Your Web Designs to Life With Coding Basics! Web Design Ledger and Flatiron School have partnered together for an amazing giveaway! Five very lucky designers will win a chance to learn how to build beautiful websites that are both responsive and interactive with Flatiron School’s Coding Starter Pack for Web Designers.

What Website Makers Have Been Missing Until Now

Written by Kira Goldring When the first cell phone was created in 1973, no one would have guessed that just forty years later the majority of the population would unfailingly rely on them for a plethora of things that have nothing to do with calling another person. In the last decade¬†or so, a device that…

Best Practices for Sliding Hamburger Menus

Hamburger icons are those little three-bar icons you see in the corner of many websites and mobile apps. These primarily trigger a sliding drawer navigation which contains links to pages all around the website. Sliding drawer nav menus are great for responsive design but they can also be tricky to implement. These tips will help…

jQuery 3.0 Beta is Now Available

jQuery recently completed ten years of active development. Furthermore, jQuery have also announced the release of jQuery 3.0 Beta, and you can start using it in your test projects right away. jQuery 3.0 comes loaded with many new features. For instance, it has made changes to .show() and .hide() methods. Plus, jQuery.Deferred is now Promises/A+…

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JavaScript: Explained in Simple Words

Anyone who has ever tried explaining technical jargon to someone who is not well-versed with the terminology is aware of how difficult the explanation process can be. Simplified JavaScript Jargon, as the name suggests, is an attempt to cure the above mentioned problem. Basically, it is a community driven exercise that explains the buzzwords related…

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Angular 2 Beta Has Been Announced

Earlier today, Angular 2 Beta was announced, and with this, AngularJS has officially moved towards a new version, with many new changes and enhancements. The Beta release is functional enough to let you build large applications using it, but as a matter of caution, it is advisable not to use it for production projects. 

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WordPress and State of the Word 2015

Recently, the inaugural WordCamp US was held in Philadelphia, wherein Matt Mullenweg delivered his 10th annual State of the Word address. A lot many things were mentioned in State of the Word 2015 by Mullenweg, with the highlight of the speech being the fact that WordPress now powers over 25% of the internet.

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