By Jeff Reifman What You’ll Be Creating If you have a popular WordPress site, you might have wondered how hard it may be to build a mobile app for your subscribers and/or visitors. There are a number of ways to launch apps powered directly from your WordPress site without having to build an app from […]
By Sam Berson When it comes to setting up an eCommerce website, the natural tendency for most site owners is to go for a custom developed website. However, a much cheaper and easier alternative is to use WordPress. Because of the popularity of WordPress as a CMS, many leading eCommerce services and platforms now offer […]
By Sam Bennett
In this tutorial I am going to talk about Amazon’s Simple Email Service (SES) and go over a few ways you can utilise it. SES is an outbound email service, which means that it will allow you to send emails through it.
Why would you need an email service though? Well, with many hosting providers, sending a lot of emails (perhaps you have a great deal of customers using your web shop) can be an issue as hosts tend to have limitations. The standard alternative is to use Gmail to send emails, however, that has limitations as well. This is where SES comes in as it is designed for this exact purpose. SES makes sending emails more reliable, and, using a touch of magic, it also helps your emails avoid SPAM folders.
By Rachel McCollin Getting to the ‘launch’ stage of a project can feel like a huge relief. You’ve finally done your development work, creating a site according to your client’s brief or your own requirements, and now you can press that metaphorical button and launch the site for the world to see. But wait. Before […]
By Carlos Yanez Introduction In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a mobile 3D game using C# and Unity. The objective of the game is to use the accelerometer to move the ball and reach the portal. You will learn about the following aspects of Unity game development in this tutorial: 3D Primitives accelerometer […]
By Damian Logghe Welcome to the last part of this series. If you just arrived, please check our two previous articles. We covered so far the following topics: Tips for Best Practices in WordPress Development WordPress Coding standards Avoiding Global namespaces collisions (prefix and use of classes) Code commenting Security More Tips for Best Practices […]
By Ryan Chang You’ve just written a great Android app and you’re ready to make some money from it. The most common route is probably to pay $25 to get it listed on Google Play. However, there are many alternatives to Google Play, each with their own audience that can drive more downloads. Some of […]
By Maciej Sopyło The main thing about AngularJS is that it allows us to extend the capabilities of HTML to serve the purpose of today’s dynamic webpages. In this article, I will show you how you can use AngularJS‘s Directives to make your development faster, easier, and your code more maintainable. Preparation Step 1: HTML […]
By Zaman Riaz Welcome to the next article in our OpenCart series. In our previous articles, we’ve discussed the administration panel and its controls; however, we haven’t actually discussed entering products, categories, and so on. In this article, we’ll begin doing exactly that. Adding Products is essential and a basic feature in the OpenCart System; […]
By Rachel McCollin In the first part of this series on data in WordPress, I gave an overview of the WordPress database tables, and which tables are used to store what kind of data. In this second part, I’ll outline how WordPress manages the relationships between that data. As you’ll see, WordPress uses three kinds […]