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Since we are nearing the end of 2014, it’s time once again for our annual look at some free scripts that we feel are exceptional enough to warrant keeping an eye on in 2015. Scripts on our watch list meet some demanding criteria – they must be functional and easy to use, but they also must offer something above and beyond the expected in terms of features and innovation
Luckily, not all of the new tech advancements in web development require months of study and practice to master. Many, in fact, can easily be learned in a single weekend.
Front-end development frameworks have been a hot topic within web designer circles for the past few months. These handy tools set out to save time and effort when it comes to the mundane tasks of designing web sites or applications. This article takes a look at 10 popular front-end frameworks and highlights their major features.
The heart of any website or application today is its database. With many different options available for today’s web developers and designers, it can be difficult to decide which is best suited for a specific project.
Here are 20 free scripts you can use to improve your use of images on your websites, divided into five different categories — manipulation, animation, resizing/cropping, display, and other.
Since we are nearing the end of 2013, it’s time once again for our annual look at some free scripts that we feel are exceptional enough to warrant keeping an eye on in 2014.
If you are looking for a way to tackle content management, a shopping cart, a discussion board or image gallery in a lightweight and basic fashion, we’ve got some scripts that fit the bill.
This month’s article is a round-up of 35 online tools that you may find handy for your next web development or design project. All are available as online tools – no downloads are required – so they are easy to use and experiment with.
Many WordPress plugins claim to protect you from any and all attempts to hack into your installation and wreak havoc with your blog or website, so how do you decide which one is right for your needs?