It is January 2016, and the year is set to launch some really interesting things. Here is a brief look at some recent news.
What is developer|web all about?
SA developer community It doesn't look like much is going on.
We building iteratively, adding features each week. Who is building it? Jonathan, Robert and hopefully you!
Articles and NewsAll content is divided into beginner, intermediate, advanced and guru! Content is added every week. We are slowly growing a bunch of editors and writers. Contact us, if you wish to become part of it.
FreelancersWe have built a really, really basic freelancer listing Anyone can sign up and list themselves. We will add more features, and more ways to connect and advertise yourself
ProjectsComing Soon: A place for people to post projects they need help with Connecting Freelancers to projects Connecting with clients
What can I do if I have a suggestion?About Us | Send a message join freenode ##developerwebza (use KIWI, xChat or your own IRC client
Do you have a project, you need help with?Send us a message with the details of the project
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.
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.
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.
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.