Whether you are just starting out or are an experienced web developer, you know that there are thousands (currently over 40,000) of WordPress plugins to choose from for your website(s). It can be overwhelming for [...]
Imagine you are with your family on vacation in mountains. There isn't much around you and you don't have the greatest cell service. At night you virtually have no connection. This isn't necessarily a bad thing because [...]
The Grid is a program that is still in development but has already put out advertisements galore, boasting an Artificial Intelligence capable of designing and building websites itself. It’s not difficult to find plugins that [...]
This blog post is a continuation. Here is part I of testing Stripe with codeception. For our Stripe setup needs I created a utility class TestStripeCommons, which each test that requires a Stripe setup can call [...]
Are you familiar with marketing automation? Marketing automation is the idea that a software platform can help save your business time and effort with your marketing strategies. With marketing automation software you can nurture leads [...]
Do you use web design programs to create your email designs for clients? We all know that email and web design are different beasts. Perhaps you should consider using a program that was created specifically [...]
Receipts are necessary part of business. What if you could use your receipts as a marketing tool? WooThemes Founder Addi Pienaar, launched Receiptful on November 5, 2014. Receiptful is an application programming interface (API) that [...]
I created a short list of some front-end frameworks for developers. You can find many frameworks all over the web. However, picking the right framework for your project can be a difficult. It is important to consider and [...]
ReadMe is a developer hub for documentation. It is a tool for startups that help create customizable, interactive and collaborative documents that will essentially users on save time. Documentation can be difficult and is time [...]
I recently came across a website community for front-end developers and web designers called Frontends. The Internet is full of these forums and communities for developers and designers. So if you are interested in [...]
BrowserSync is a web development tool built on Node.js for testing websites. BrowserSync synchronizes code changes across multiple devices and platforms. It functions much like the tool LiveReload, however, BrowserSync is a free to use [...]
HTML5 recently introduced new elements. Some of the new additions are <details> and <summary> elements. These elements function much like the accordion widget where the users must click to view more information. Both the elements [...]
If you’re not failing every now and again, it’s a sign you aren’t doing anything very innovative.
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