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Getting Started With NewRelic in 30 Minutes

By Alan Skorkin I remember working on a Rails app a few years ago and someone floated the idea of using this new service that had appeared on the scene. It was called NewRelic and they were promising to give you more insight into the performance of your Rails app, than you ever could get […]

Mobile First With Bootstrap 3

By Carlos Cessa Ok so a couple of weeks now, on it’s very own two year anniversary Mark Otto and the rest of the guys responsible for the develop and maintenance of Bootstrap announced the official release of the framework’s third version, and it came on steroids, let’s see what we’re getting.   What’s New? […]

Travis-CI: What, Why, How

By Sayanee Basu Travis CI makes working in a team for a software project easier with automated builds. These builds are triggered automatically when each developer checks in their code to the repository. In this article, we will go through how we can integrate Travis CI easily with our project, which is hosted on Github. […]

Make More Money as a Web Dev + Awesome Desktop Wallpaper

By Skellie Envato, the people behind Nettuts+, have created a new avenue for web developers to earn an income doing what they love.   It’s called Microlancer, and we’ve recently started allowing freelancers to offer web dev services like PSD to HTML, WordPress plug-in development, and website customization. You can set your own prices, turnaround […]

Working With IndexedDB

By Raymond Camden One of the more interesting developments in web standards lately is the Indexed Database (IndexedDB for short) specification. For a fun time you can read the spec yourself. In this tutorial I’ll be explaining this feature and hopefully giving you some inspiration to use this powerful feature yourself.   Overview As a […]

Interview With Lea Verou of the W3C

By Rey Bango There’s so much goodness happening on the web and as it continues to evolve, it’s important that talented individuals step up into leadership roles to help shape the future of web development. And doing this isn’t an easy task. Not only do you need to have the technical chops to help define […]

Using Node.js and Websockets to Build a Chat Service

By Guillaume Besson Node.js and Websockets are the perfect combination to write very fast, lag free applications which can send data to a huge number of clients. So why don’t we start learning about these two topics by building a chat service! We will see how to install Node.js packages, serve a static page to […]

Dropbox Datastores and Drop-Ins

By Carlos Cessa Recently, Dropbox announced its new Datastore API and Drop-ins, a couple of great new features aimed to leverage the power of accessing files and (now with Datastores) other general information from any device and keep that data synced across all platforms, painlessly.   Datastores Today, the Datastore API only supports single-user use-cases, […]