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Wednesday 20 Jan 2016

Around the Web: In brief

By Staff Writer

It is January 2016, and the year is set to launch some really interesting things. Here is a brief look at some recent news.

Wednesday 11 Nov 2015

New features on developer|web

By J.Crossland

The code playground goes to version 0.2 (beta). You can now do a bit more like save, fork and broadcast. This makes it easier to add examples to articles and share snippets with others in the community. There are some other new features as well. Here is a more complete list of changes to the site, made in the last week.

Wednesday 11 Nov 2015

Beginners guide to PHP and Using/Installing Xampp

By Robert Jubb
Beginners guide to PHP and Using/Installing Xampp

PHP is a server side scripting language used by many new and aspiring web developers. PHP has been around since its first official public launch date of June 1998. At the time of writing around 44,632,324 builtwith.com websites were running PHP on their websites.

Tuesday 3 Nov 2015

TEN Chrome features worth knowing

By J.Crossland
TEN Chrome features worth knowing

Google Chrome is growing and getting some truly great features. But sometimes you may have missed it, or don't know its there. Some features don't matter, but some are so useful, you should definitely be using it to help you navigate Chrome better.

Tuesday 3 Nov 2015

An update regarding the developer|web community for October

By J.Crossland
An update regarding the developer|web community for October

This is an update, on our progress and what is going on at developer|web. Think of it as a write up on the first 31 days of the developer|web community. What is happening and what have we learnt from you and our development on the community during this time. We have had some prospects, some approaches and some positive outcomes. Let's get you updated.

Wednesday 28 Oct 2015

Load and On: Two helpful native JavaScript functions

By J.Crossland
Load and On: Two helpful native JavaScript functions

without jQuery. We have become so dependent on libraries that do stuff for us. In fact, sometimes these libraries do a lot more than you may first think. Take jQuery as an example. They say its a fast, small and feature-rich JavaScript library. They say that it has changed the way millions write JavaScript. It certainly has. jQuery is arguably one of the most important JavaScript libraries ever written. But you should be a JavaScript coder first, and a jQuery user second. The language of JavaScript is powerful and ready to be used. In the interest of learning JavaScript, this article goes through the initial ready function and event binding, without jQuery.