AngularJS & Socket.IO: Creating the Library

By Maciej Sopyło Neither HTML nor HTTP were created for dynamic web applications. We basically rely on hacks, on top of hacks to give our apps a responsive user interface. AngularJS removes some limitations from HTML, allowing us to create and manage user-interface code easier. Socket.IO, on the other hand helps us send data from […]


An Introduction to Xamarin: Part 3

By Derek Jensen 1. Before Getting Started Hopefully to this point, you have been following along with these introductory tutorials on what Xamarin is and how to use it. If you have, then you are primed and ready for the next step in your Xamarin training, cross-platform applications. If not, then head back and take […]


From Beginner To Advanced in OpenCart: Installation

By Zaman Riaz In this series, we’re going to be taking a look at OpenCart developers who consider themselves beginners to can level-up their skills in order to become more advanced developers. Specifically, this guide is written for the developers who are already familiar with PHP, Object-Oriented Programming and the Model-View-Controller design pattern. In the […]


HTML5: Network Information API

Introduction One of the most discussed concepts in the world of the web design is responsive web design. Thousands of articles have been written on responsive web design and I therefore won’t discuss it in this article. However, responsive web design has an important limitation, responsive web design is for the most part based on […]


Build A Custom Launcher on Android

By Ashraff Hathibelagal Introduction In its most basic form, a launcher is an application that does the following: it represents the home screen of a device it lists and launches applications that are installed on the device In other words, it is the application that shows up when you press the home button. Unless you’ve […]


Creating an FAQ Page Using Two Loops

By Rachel McCollin FAQ pages are quite common on websites, in particular e-commerce websites or those promoting a product or service which potential customers are likely to have questions about. Creating an FAQs page can save time and money by providing answers without customers having to email or phone the site owner, and may help […]


Introduction to Generators & Koa.js: Part 1

By Bhanu Chaudhary Koa.js is an expressive next-generation web framework written for Node.js by the people behind the Express and Connect frameworks. Koa.js leverages generators, which are a bleeding edge feature of JavaScript, and have not yet been made into stable versions of Node.js. Koa aims to use generators to save developers from the spaghetti […]