Development

  • Innovative: Wix Code Massively Accelerates the Creation of Web Applications

    It’s nothing short of a revolution. Website builder Wix provides the option to write and edit code. However, this is not even the most significant change coming with the new product Wix Code. Here at Noupe, we’ve been following Wix, the website builder from Tel Aviv for many years already. Based on what we learned […]

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  • New iOS & JavaScript Courses

    (We will be adjusting the cadence of these course roundup posts. Instead of weekly, look for bi-monthly posts on all the new courses and what’s coming soon!) Every Wednesday, new courses and workshops are added to the growing Treehouse Library! Two new JavaScript courses were released this week, as well as a new iOS course. Learn more about […]

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  • Bubbly Backgrounds: Moving Backgrounds for Your Website

    It’s not modern if it doesn’t move. Of course, this also applies to your website’s background. Bubbly Backgrounds are at your service. JavaScript for Bubbles Bubbly Backgrounds is a very small JavaScript written by a Norwegian developer called David who goes by the name of Tipsy on Github. With its compressed 696 bytes, the short […]

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  • Developer Petitions Adobe to Open Source Flash

    While many developers rejoiced at the news that Adobe is doing away with Flash, Juha Lindstedt has posted a petition on GitHub asking the firm to open source the technology. Lindstedt doesn’t want developers to keep making new Flash content, but he does want to preserve the old content for posterity. “We do lots to […]

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  • Best Books For Learning Web Development: The Ultimate Collection

    Learning to code websites is a tough but rewarding goal. There’s a lot to learn and it takes quite a few months of practice to really get the hang of things. But with the right learning resources anything is possible, and that’s exactly why I created this guide. It’s a complete list of all the […]

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  • How to Display Ad Blocks in Specific Posts in WordPress

    Do you want to display ad blocks within specific WordPress posts? This ad placement allows you to show ads when your users are highly engaged with the content. In this article, we will show you how to easily display ad blocks in specific WordPress posts without writing any code or breaking your site. Why Display […]

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  • 10 Free Open Source Carousel Sliders Built With Pure CSS

    You can find plenty of JavaScript-based slider plugins on the web for free. These work great and support all modern browsers, but nowadays you can replicate most of these features with pure CSS. Every carousel has its own style, so there is no best method for building one. But I’ve collected 10 of the best […]

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  • 10 Plugins for Customizing the WordPress Admin

    The WordPress administration area (aka the Dashboard) can be customized in a number of ways. Menu items can be added, hidden or rearranged. Access to settings can be set for specific user roles. Custom widgets can be added to help guide or pass important information on to users. No matter what kind of tweaks you’re […]

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  • Ready to Dive into Mobile Development? Consult History First

    Do you remember VisiCalc? If you do, you’re like me: old. VisiCalc was a big deal (way) back in the day. It was the first spreadsheet program for personal computers. I don’t mean in a GUI like Excel either, this was the early 1980s after all. VisiCalc was transformative, a milestone in personal computing. In […]

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  • 10 Things to Do with 10 Extra Free Minutes as a Web Developer or Designer

    We all have an extra ten minutes throughout the day: waiting on the train, during our morning commute, surfing the web, taking a walk through the park, waiting for your friends to get ready. You’d be surprised at how productive you can be in just a 10-minute timeframe. Here are 10 things you can do […]

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  • 18 Free Code Editors for Web Developers

    Web developers, need some help to ease your design process? Here are 18 free code editors you can try! Check out these free code editors and choose the ones that have the best features for you. Each one of them has something special and different, so find the perfect match for your work. Here they are! […]

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  • 7 Principles of Web Application Development

    Web application development is constantly changing and evolving, this means that developers have to keep up with the times to make sure they’re staying relevant. Here are some of the most important principles of modern web app development from Iflexion you need to know. Principle 1: Being productive doesn’t just mean being fast As a […]

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  • 10 Helpful Cheat Sheets for Web Developers

    Cheat sheets are great. They are one of those few things that both gurus and new kids on the block find extremely valuable. With a sea of different frameworks, libraries, and languages that could trip up the devil himself, there are more important things to do than holding all the instructions, attributes, functions etc. in […]

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  • What Web Developers Need to Know About Chatbots

    More and more websites are adding chatbot functionality. Facebook’s Messenger platform alone has more than 100,000 bots, and in a survey sponsored by Oracle, more than 80 percent of enterprises surveyed said they expect to be using chatbots by 2020. Sitepoint has an overview of chatbots and how they might impact Web development. Specifically, bots […]

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  • 10 Free Must-Have Web Design Plugins For Adobe Photoshop

    Adobe is the world leader in design software. They offer everything from vector design to print work and with their release of Adobe XD, they now offer web prototyping . And while these programs do have a lot of features, they also leave room for more. That’s why I’m covering the best plugins for all […]

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  • Web Development Reading List #187: Webpack 3, Assisted Writing, And Automated Chrome Testing

    Web Development Reading List #187: Webpack 3, Assisted Writing, And Automated Chrome Testing By Anselm Hannemann June 30th, 2017 Web Development Reading List 1 Comment This week, we’ll explore some rather new concepts: What happens if we apply artificial intelligence to text software, for example? And why would a phone manufacturer want its business model […]

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  • Fresh Tools For Designers and Developers in June 2017

    Great tools and online services make the work of designers and developers a lot easier. They allow you to make many workflows simpler and more efficient. This small collection stirs creativity and provides solutions to various problems. New Tools For Designers and Developers So, here’s my list of the newest, and most exciting tools that I […]

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  • A Designer’s Guide to Getting Started with Web Development

    Designers and developers are sketched as individuals from two different planets but they are expected to work very closely at any contemporary web development job. They need to deal with new thoughts continuously and back them up in the several stages of product development procedure. Let us consider a designer’s viewpoint for a while. It […]

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  • Get Inspired by 31 Beautiful Web Developer Portfolios

    If you’re a freelance web developer, a lot of your marketing pitch comes down to your website. Clients want to see websites that are visually appealing, true, but also effective at conveying your work.  Your portfolio site should showcase your skill as a developer, both in its own design and the work you share on […]

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  • Why Developers Should Focus on Accessibility

    Faye Bridgewrites on June 20, 2017 For the majority of you reading this, a world without technology is now unimaginable. It’s at the forefront of our personal lives, essential in our work lives and supports us – in ways we no longer notice – in our day-to-day lives. When was the last time you went […]

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