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  • Grav: Building Fast and Flexible Websites

    Grav is an open source flat-file CMS, that requires no database and that is built to be modular, easy to use, and incredibly fast. Its database-free structure offers users the advantage of simple setup, straightforward customization, and rapid deployment to any server running php 5.4 or...

  • Apple TV 4 vs Roku 4

    Almost three years ago I wrote a post about how I "cut the cord" and went to exclusively online TV content providers.  I bought a Roku and Apple TV, both "generation 2", and reviewed my likes and dislikes about both.  Much has happened in this...

  • A Closer Look at Slides Framework

    Have you seen the new Slides Framework by Designmodo? Slides was created using HTML, CSS and jQuery. Most website building tools are loaded with features, and it often takes significant amounts of time and effort to understand and apply them. If what you need is...

  • Awesome REST Backend for Javascript Apps Using DreamFactory

    My first impressions of using REST APIs from the front-end was:  awesome simplicity in idea, complete pain in the ass to set up on the.  I told myself "I always want to use REST for service CRUD but I never want to deal with maintaining it."  I mean...

  • Adding ESLint with gulp.js

    I've noticed that I am a loose coder on my personal projects but want some level of decorum on Mozilla and other open source projects.  The more developers you have contributing to a project, the tighter the ship you must keep.  The easiest way to do that is...

  • Track.js Error Reporting
  • Best Web Apps and Work Hacks for Web Design Teams

    One way some project managers seek to improve design team productivity is to require team members to work harder or for longer hours. Taking this approach however will almost always have a damaging effect on overall team productivity in the long run. The more forward-thinking project...

  • Using DOMDocument to Modify HTML with PHP

    One of the first things you learn when wanting to implement a service worker on a website is that the site requires SSL (an https address).  Ever since I saw the blinding speed service workers can provide a website, I've been obsessed with readying my site for...

  • Create Interactive HTML5 Flipbooks with FlipHTML5

    FlipHTML5 is a powerful flipbook maker for Mac and Windows users to convert PDF files and images to interactive HTML5 page flip eBooks. It's super easy for designers, advertisers, E-marketers, entrepreneurs and trainers to create stunning, animated brochures, magazines and catalogs that can be...

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  • JavaScript Promise API

    While synchronous code is easier to follow and debug, async is generally better for performance and flexibility. Why "hold up the show" when you can trigger numerous requests at once and then handle them when each is ready?  Promises are becoming a big part of the JavaScript world...

  • The Tools Every Web Professional Needs This Autumn

    If you're looking for the best tools and resources for web professionals, look no further. We've decided to give you a treat this autumn and put together a list of some of the best products available out there that are sure to supply your every need.