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 these app stores are [...]
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 Template
This blog just passed 2 million hits since I started back in the dim and distant Internet past of 2007 with How much money will my software make (and what has that got to do with aliens)?. Wow.
I haven’t been posting much recently, but I haven’t given up either. Watch this space. Until [...]
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:
WordPress Coding standards Avoiding Global namespaces collisions (prefix and use of classes) Code commenting Security
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; however, it’s also sensitive primarily [...]
I recently migrated my blog from WordPress to Jekyll, a fantastic website generator that’s designed for building minimal, static blogs to be hosted on GitHub Pages. The simplicity of Jekyll’s theming layer and writing workflow is fantastic; however, setting up my website took a lot longer than expected.
In this article we’ll walk through the [...]
I can still remember how excited I was back in 2008 when I first discovered WordPress (late-adopter, I know).
What was particularly impressive for me was that I could change the designs of my WordPress sites with minimal effort.
And so the hunt for the perfect theme began!
As far as I can recall, [...]
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In the Flight of the Conchords song “Carol Brown,” Jemaine’s attempt to serenade a love interest is thwarted by a choir of his ex-girlfriends.
As Jemaine sings his own praises as a would-be lover, the choir sings Jemaine’s many faults: “He doesn’t cook or clean; he’s not good boyfriend material.” [...]
ECMAScript 6 (ES6) still sounds like something from a far-away future. After all, it will only become a standard by mid 2015. However, its features are continually appearing in browsers and there are compilers that translate ES6 code to ES5 code. The latter is already a compelling solution, because the ECMAScript 6 feature set [...]
Whenever Google does a major algorithm update we all rush off to our data to see what changed in terms of rankings, search traffic, and then look for the trends to try to figure out what changed.
The two people I chat most with during periods of big algorithmic changes are Joe Sinkwitz and [...]