You may have heard the terms “back end” and “front end” with respect to web development languages. Some may find them confusing, but there is not too much mystery to it at all. Continue reading here: http://blog.kevinchisholm.com/web-development/difference-between-back-front-end-language/
Over the last few years, I’ve built 13 leading mobile apps, and I’ve taken copious notes on what makes great apps stand out from the crowd. I consolidated this into a list of tips to help developers develop mobile apps that can launch into the stratosphere.
When it boils down to ensuring proper execution of web development projects, there is simply no denying the importance of highly functional web development tools. Here is a list of the top open source tools for web development.
As some of you probably already know, since January 2014 I’ve been working for SitePoint as one of their Managing Editors. For this post, I’ve put together my thoughts on what I think makes for a good web development article or tutorial.
In this chapter, I discuss the foundational principles and techniques for creating designs for multiple mobile devices.
This tutorial provides a simple and practical way of understanding the essential areas of developing a website. It also provides elementary insights and an overview of the subjects necessary to understand the world of web technologies.
I recently wrapped up a series in which I covered namespaces and autoloading in WordPress. In this series, we’re going to take a look at exactly what PHP namespaces are, why they are beneficial, and how to use them.
So what can you do with PHP? Here are 10 fun and useful ways you can use PHP for your website.
PHP: The Right Way is an easy-to-read, quick reference for PHP popular coding standards, links to authoritative tutorials around the web and what the contributors consider to be best practices at the present time.
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