Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Web Development Resources Roundup #10

Every week i love to share a lot of interesting stuff around the web contains a great content that helped me a lot and i think it will be useful for you.i also share more and more great resources via twitter .so be sure to follow me on twitter . @cssah

Robert Nyman: JavaScript - From Birth to Closure

This presentation will give you a brief background to JavaScript, what it is and where it comes from. Then it will walk you through general pitfalls, best practices and more advanced topics such as object-orientation, scope and closures.

PHP: What You Need To Know To Play With The Web

In this article, I’ll introduce you to the fundamentals of PHP. We’ll focus on using PHP to access Web services and on turning static HTML pages into dynamic ones by retrieving data from the Web and by showing different content depending on what the user has entered in a form or requested in the URL.

15 Things You Can Do with Yahoo! UI

In this article I’m going to share some of my "short stories", "poems", and random sonnets of affectionate escapades I’ve had with JavaScript during the last few months, which I’ve built using the Yahoo UI utilities.

HTML5 and CSS3 Books to Watch for in 2010

In this article, I’ve compiled a list of eleven books that will be released in 2010 that focus on HTML5 and CSS3. Many of the authors listed alongside the titles below will be familiar to us, since some of them have established themselves online as zealous proponents of best practices and standards-based code.

One Sure-Fire Way to Improve Your Coding 

The most obvious way to improve your coding is to write more code. Everybody knows that. However, another activity which I guarantee will improve your coding is the complete opposite of writing. I will state this as plainly as I possibly can: If you want to dramatically increase your programming skills you need to be reading other people’s code.

Web Development For The iPhone And iPad: Getting Started

According to AdMob, the iPhone operating system makes up 50% of the worldwide smartphone market, with the next-highest OS being Android at 24%. Sales projections for the Apple iPad run anywhere from one to four million units in the first year. Like it or not, the iPhone OS, and Safari in particular, have become a force to be reckoned with for Web developers. If you haven’t already, it’s time to dive in and familiarize yourself with the tools required to optimize websites and Web applications for this OS.

What Every Apple Programmer Should Know

While the theme of this article is common problems in Cocoa, I think this will also have a great deal of relevance to any Cocoa programmer as well. Ultimately, this will be a collection of common problems in API design and implementation, and large chunks of any real application count as APIs. While I really want Apple to follow these ideas, if you follow them as well, they should make your life much easier.

HTML 5 Demos and Examples

HTML 5 experimentation and demos I've hacked together. Click on the browser support icon or the technology tag to filter the demos (the filter is an OR filter).

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