How To Display Post Meta Data on a WordPress Post

By Tom McFarlin In my last series of articles, we looked at the concepts of object-oriented programming from the perspective of the beginner. The goal of the series was to take those who were not familiar with object-oriented programming in PHP, and explore the foundational aspects of the paradigm within the context of WordPress. If […]


What Is Go?

By Nishant Modak Go is an open source programming language developed at Google and designed to help build simple reliable software systems. The core strength of Go is its concurrency mechanisms which make it simpler to write software, to exploit multi-core architectures. It’s a compiled, strongly – statically typed, concurrent and garbage-collected language. It’s a […]


A BDD Workflow With Behat and Phpspec

By Peter Suhm In this tutorial, we will have a look at two different BDD tools, Behat and phpspec, and see how they can support you in your development process. Learning BDD can be confusing. New methodology, new tools and many questions, such as “what to test?” and “which tools to use?”. I hope that […]


Deb.js: the Tiniest Debugger in the World

By Krasimir Tsonev We, as developers, write code. Now we’re not just writing, we’re also checking if the written code works. We spend a lot of time and put in much effort, ensuring that our programs do what they are supposed to do. This debugging process is often times painful. Especially if we are not […]


Sharing Polymer Components: Part 2

By Rey Bango In part one of this series, I went over how to configure the great new boilerplate, untitled-element, that the Polymer team created to make creating and sharing Polymer components substantially easier. In the following tutorial, I’ll dig deeper into what untitled-element includes, like its auto-generating documentation feature and how to setup your […]


Google Chrome Hegemony

By Krasimir Tsonev Google Chrome is one of the biggest players in the Web today. It’s fast, reliable, packed full of features, and is extremely helpful, especially if you are a web developer. Chrome also allows the installation of third party extensions. We build these extensions with pure HTML, CSS and JavaScript. The team at […]