The website development process varies from project to project depending on the customers needs and the web development company. The following is a general overview of some of the steps you may encounter while developing your own online presence.
In this post, we will provide a preview of some of the features that will be delivered for developers in the first release of the new Python web development platform.
We know that it doesn’t make sense to reinvent the wheel. So, we always take advantage of web design and development tools that generous people have created and released online for free. Enjoy this collection of tools that will make your work better and more efficient.
All the resources you need to learn web development can be found online for free. We share the top 15 sites and blogs offering the best web dev tutorials.
HTML5 is the latest version of the amazing markup language. Have a look at these step by step tutorials to learn and handle HTML5 and CSS3 markup languages.
In this tutorial, we are going to create a full-screen slider using HTML, CSS3 and jQuery. You can us it for product presentations on your shop website.
The following tutorial shows you how to define your dynamic site in Dreamweaver to work best with WebAssist Dreamweaver extensions.
If you’re not familiar with it, Phalcon is a PHP framework written in Zephir, a language mid-way between C and PHP that helps in developing PHP extensions without having to know C. This post goes through the process of getting it up and running in 5 minutes.
A shopping cart is a very important part of any online store. This article describes how to create a shopping cart, which can be integrated easily in any website that runs on PHP.
MVC is a software architecture used in software engineering, and is based on the idea that the logic of an application should be separated from its presentation. This article aims explain everything you need to know about MVC in the simplest possible way.
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