July 27, 2015 3:36 pm

How to Create a webpage with Zurb’s Foundation part 1


How to Create a webpage with Zurb's Foundation part 1
The Zurb's Foundation framework developed to create front-end faster and better. In this and the following article we will be building a webpage for an imaginary site dedicated to selling beer mugs using UI from Zurb's Foundation.

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July 23, 2015 8:07 am

Useful HTML5 Features, Part 4


Useful HTML5 Features, Part 4
HTML 5 srcset attribute was much needed with the technologies that we have today. Smartphone use has been increasing tremendously and many Internet users are connecting to the web through slow 3G networks and serving them huge image files when they have a small viewport is not a good option. Not only does this deplete their traffic limit but it makes them wait forever for the website if they are not connected to a high-speed Wi-Fi.

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July 13, 2015 5:58 pm

How PHP Developers Use up free time wisely


How PHP Developers Use up free time wisely
What do you thinking being a PHP developer was all about dreaming up clever algorithms or amazing graphics routines and then prompting them in sophisticated, securely written code? Shows what you know.

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July 12, 2015 4:14 pm

Useful HTML5 Features, Part 3


Useful HTML5 Features, Part 3
CSS calc() the calc property can be used as a value to other CSS properties such as width, height and top. It allows you to perform calculations with the measure units in CSS - such as pixels, ems and percentages.

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July 10, 2015 3:15 am

Useful HTML5 Features, Part 2


Useful HTML5 Features, Part 2
HTML 5 Drag and Drop API the days when one relied heavily on libraries and third-party plugins to achieve drag and drop functionality are coming to an end with the Drag and Drop API

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July 8, 2015 1:23 am

Useful HTML5 Features


Useful HTML5 Features
In the next couple of articles, we will be presenting many useful HTML5 features and APIs. In this article, we will present matchMedia and will provide you with a simple wrapper around it and the HTML5's download attribute.

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July 1, 2015 10:48 am

Creating a game with JavaScript and Processing.js part 3


Creating a game with JavaScript and Processing.js part 3
The next method is a bit lengthy and it involves all collision tests as well as some image visualizations. First, we loop for each star the player has launched and if any of the stars is behind the left edge of the screen, we remove it and continue with the next star. If it is not, we move it to the right, display it and check if it has hit the enemy. If it indeed hit the enemy – we reduce the enemy’s lives by 1 and empty all player stars.

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