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The Best Online Resources for Web Development
Jan 7th 2013 at 2:14 PM
- Part of the site recommends books and other design resources.
- Web Appers' design section is crammed with fonts, brushes, patterns, forms and other resources for developments.
- Plugins for such needs as video, polls, maps, galleries, charts and calendars are available.
- PHP.net offers news regarding upcoming conferences.
- If you have bugs to report, you can do it at PHP.net
- Loads of demonstrations and tutorials are available to developers from all ranges of expertise.
- Python seeks to improve web development through its non-profit, the Python Software Foundation.
- One of the explanations for Python's popularity is its worldwide availability.
- The language can be understood better with help from Python's wiki.
- A glossary, HTML support and color tables are all available on Web Monkey.
- Loads of programming languages are available on Web Monkey's design and development section.
- Much like Wired.com, Web Monkey's blog is extremely dynamic and fun to peruse.
- Relevant tech and design news items.
- A list of suggested fonts and applications.
- Tutorials that help build things like complex navigation bars.
- A breakdown of jQuery 1.3.
- Hence the name, it's a great bank of Ajax patterns.
- The topics that the site covers are highly accessible and offer myriad subjects and resources.
- Ajaxian has a dynamic interface that links to a podcasts and offers access to a blog archive.
Ruby On Rails
- Among the long list of websites that use Ruby are Groupon and Twitter.
- Ruby offers a wide variety of development resources, which includes information about hosts, editors and performance monitors.
- Massive amounts of quality tutorials are available on Ruby On Rails.
- Users can get a license to use MySQL, or they can just download the software's free open source version.
- Plenty of training is available on the site.
- The website offers MySQL helps that are good for novices or pros, alike.
- Net Tuts' tutorial videos are like having a one-on-one lesson.
- The blog is highly editorialized, featuring interviews and lectures. Not just your standard tech jargon.
- Their demonstrations don't just stick to one CMS platform. Rather, the cover a wide variety.
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