Skip to main content

Posts

Showing posts from March 5, 2017

Google Docs Now Has a WordPress Plugin

WordPress has just gotten a whole lot more flexible as the content management system now has an open-source Google Docs add-on. In itself, WordPress may not be the most efficient and exciting platform to work with. Yet, given the…Read more
Read More

Cutestrap is Your Tiny Alternative to Bootstrap

Not every project needs a big framework. Both Foundation and Bootstrap are fantastic widely-supported frontend frameworks. The next major release of the Bootstrap framework is around the corner. The alpha version can already be…Read more
Read More

Members Login

To gain access a superior set of tutorials and other content, sign in with your premium membership account.  If you are not yet a member of The Polyglot Developer, become one here .
Read More

Write API Tests with Postman and Newman

JavaScript is the language on fire. Build an app for any platform you want including website, server, mobile, and desktop. Software testing is a common practice these days in many organisations, and for even individual developers.
Read More

SanDisk Unveils World’s First 256GB microSD Card At Rs. 18,990

Western Digital Corporation today unveiled the world’s first microSD card that meets the Application Performance Class 1 (A1) requirements from the latest SD Association’s SD 5.1 specifications.
Read More

10 Best Restaurant App Templates

CodeCanyon offers a wide range of application templates to kickstart your mobile app project. In this article, I'll show you the top ten restaurant templates that you should consider for your next restaurant app.
Read More

Building Gorgeous 3D Maps with eegeo.js and Leaflet

There are many mapping libraries that allow you to embed or build simple, 2D maps. Notably Google Maps, Bing Maps, HERE, Mapbox and OpenStreetMap.
Read More

An Authoritative Guide to CORS (Cross-Origin Resource Sharing) for REST APIs

This article was prepared by a guest contributor to ProgrammableWeb. The opinions expressed in this article are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect the view of ProgrammableWeb or its editorial staff.
Read More

Learning Angular C.R.U.D.

So, you’ve learned JavaScript and now you want to get into Angular. But where do you start? There are quite a few examples out there. One of the best ideas I have personally found useful for a new developer to learn is how to do Create, Read, Update, and Delete operations.
Read More

Laracon Online Schedule and FAQ

Laracon Online is now up and running, and we see a lot of common questions in the Slack room so here is a breakdown of the schedule and these questions. All times are EST for other time zones see this community project.
Read More

Vital CSS – A Minimally Invasive Web Framework

Move over Bootstrap cause there’s a new CSS framework in town. It’s called Vital and it strips frontend development down to the bare essentials. Vital comes with only CSS and has zero JavaScript libraries or dependencies. And the Vital.css stylesheet is only 31KB minified, including icon fonts.
Read More

Try Out the Most Efficient Website Building Tools and Platforms

Picking a top-of-the-line website builder can be a challenge. Since, there are so many to choose from, it can be difficult to distinguish the good ones from those not quite so good. Affordability and ease is important, but not enough. SnapPages has been redesigned from the ground up.
Read More

WebCatalog: install and run web apps natively

WebCatalog is a free cross-platform desktop program that allows you to install and run web applications natively on the device. Depending on how you use your computers and the Internet, much of your digital life may happen already on the Web and no longer on your devices.
Read More

E2E (End-to-End) Testing in Ionic 2: Structuring Tests with Page Objects | joshmorony - Build Mobile Apps with HTML5

Tech Stacks, Frameworks, Being Creative, and Being Real, with Tim Holman

In this episode of the Versioning Show, David and Tim are joined by Tim Holman, a web experimenter and member of the CodePen team.
Read More

Building Angular2 Single Page Applications with Crafter CMS

Single Page Applications (SPA) are quickly becoming the industry standard for HTML5 based applications and responsive websites because they tend to be more user-friendly, feel faster, and are more responsive.
Read More

Install NPM And Start Building Using NPM Scripts

While NPM is usually used for package installation with dependency management, we can also use it for building. Let’s get started!
Read More

Preview of the Ionic Academy

Let’s face the truth: Learning to code is challenging and can sometimes be frustrating. You can get lost in your self studies and reach a point where you loose interest and focus on something else because you simply can’t find anymore fun in it.
Read More

Speed Up Your Laravel App With Config Caching

When deploying your Laravel Application, I’m sure you want to fine tune as much as possible to make it as performant as it can be. The community offers many tools to help you in development like the debugbar and production packages like HTTP/2 Server Push.
Read More

Fullscreen Lightbox Slideshows with Lightgallery.js

Any great blog or portfolio website can benefit from a modal lightbox slideshow. This can be good for showcasing related photos or letting visitors browse through a portfolio of work (design, art, photography). With lightgallery.js, you just install the library and let it run.
Read More

How To Deliver Large-Scale Projects Using A Content Hub Strategy – Smashing Magazine

What exactly are the benefits of a content hub strategy? Well, first of all, when done correctly, a content hub will capture a significant volume of traffic. And that’s what most online businesses want, right?
Read More

Laracon Online Slack Is Now Open

Yesterday, we sent out all the invitations to the Slack Team for tomorrow’s Laracon Online event. Many attendees have already registered on Slack and have been chatting ever since.
Read More

Universal Web Components

JavaScript is the language on fire. Build an app for any platform you want including website, server, mobile, and desktop. Applications built from web components can be easy to understand, grow, and refactor, because they are easy to break up into modular and declarative pieces.
Read More

What Is the Best Book for Learning JavaScript?

This is the editorial from our latest JavaScript newsletter, you can subscribe here. “What’s the best book for learning JavaScript?” is a question that I’ve heard asked a lot lately. There are certainly a lot of to choose from.
Read More

Google Keep is Now Integrated Into Docs

Google Keep, Google’s answer to note-taking applications like Evernote and OneNote, is getting a huge bump today as the application is officially part of G Suite’s core service.
Read More

15 Interesting JavaScript and CSS Libraries for March 2017

Our mission at Tutorialzine is to keep you up to date with the latest and coolest trends in web development. That’s why every month we release a handpicked collection of some of the best resources that we’ve stumbled upon and deemed worthy of your attention.
Read More

Best Tools For Developers To Minify Javascript

Put succinctly, minifying is the technique of removing the unnecessary characters from the source code. This is also known as code compression and minimization. A lot of production websites are using JavaScript minification, but it has its own technique to compress scripts into smaller tracks.
Read More

15+ Front-end Development Conferences to Attend in 2017

The conference season is just around the corner, so let us present you with a guide to 2017’s front-end development conference landscape.
Read More

Creating Alerts in Understand.io

Alerts can be created in Understand.io to automatically send a variety of notifications when something important takes place in your application. For example, you can create an alert to notify you if the number of 404 errors rises above 10 in any 30 minute period.
Read More

GraphicsJS Lets You Create Any Web Graphics You Can Imagine

Custom JavaScript APIs are the future of the web. The open source movement coupled with SVG graphics have blown open the possibilities for web developers. GraphicsJS is a free open source library and JS API for building custom graphics in web browsers.
Read More

JavaScript Libraries In A TypeScript Application, Revisited

If you haven’t already gotten involved with it, you’ll probably know that TypeScript is becoming increasingly popular.  Being able to use a superset of JavaScript in a typed language that compiles down to JavaScript is a great thing.
Read More

Introduction to Web Audio API

Web Audio API let's us make sound right in the browser. It makes your sites, apps, and games more fun and engaging. You can even build music-specific applications like drum machines and synthesizers.
Read More

Format Input Fields Automatically with Cleave.js

Think about all the different input fields that require a formatted structure. Phone numbers, credit cards, birth dates, street addresses… they all have their own unique patterns. It’s easy enough to leave these fields alone and trust the user. But it might be better to use Cleave.
Read More

Back-End as a Service for Mobile Apps

If you're a mobile developer, you may be wondering how to manage user data in your next app. Should you use a database, a dedicated server, or maybe you can manage only with a front-end? This article will help you make a better decision.
Read More

Installing Laravel in a Subfolder? Hide your .env file.

If you are new to Laravel you might not be familiar with its directory structure and the reasons why it’s setup the way it is. If you look at the main repository it’s setup like this, and the documentation covers what each of these folders handles.
Read More