13 Courses for Starting Your Web Development Journey

12 Courses for Starting Your Web Development Journey

By on April 14, 2014

I have been covering a lot of web development topics on this blog, especially as of late. I guess the main reason for doing so, is the fact that there is enormous demand for it. Technically, the demand has always been there, but as more and more people are starting to learn about web development Read More...

4 JavaScript Unit Testing Frameworks for Web Developers

4 JS Unit Testing Frameworks to Test Your Code With

By on April 14, 2014

Unit testing is something that you simply can’t avoid, because it’s the very thing that helps to verify that your code is in fact good, and works as expected. You might think you’re avoiding unit tests, but most of the modern IDEs these days have implemented automatic unit tests already. So, in case you’re new Read More...


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COLT 2.0: Test and Build Apps in Real-Time [GIVEAWAY]

By on April 11, 2014

I have been given a free license key for the new COLT 2.0 development tool, and due to having access to other tools, I feel like I could give this key away for free, to whoever in the community needs it. I’m not sure how is this going to work out, but we can try. Read More...


5 Workflow Tools for Front-End Developers

5 Workflow Tools for Front-End Developers

By on April 11, 2014

I think the biggest issue we’re currently experiencing in the front-end world is the fact that everything is beginning to become automated, we depend a little bit too much on frameworks, and not to mention things like dependency management, etc,. You can imagine how difficult it might be for someone new to begin his journey Read More...


10 jQuery Data Grid Plugins for Creating Data Layouts

10 jQuery Data Grid Plugins for Creating Data Layouts

By on April 8, 2014

jQuery is pretty legit when it comes to stuff like manipulating the elements on the page, or arranging data in any way you’d like. The only requirement is of course the jQuery dependency, and that isn’t at all a problem. I think it was back in 2011 when grids were first introduced, at least to Read More...


9 Minimal Frameworks for Front-End JavaScript Development

9 Minimal Frameworks for Front-End JavaScript Development

By on April 7, 2014

Imagine for a second the fact that, five years ago, we already had frameworks like jQuery to play with, and while not as functional and feature rich as today – it was already possible to configure and play with the web in hardly imaginable ways. Today, there are literally hundreds of thousands of frameworks available Read More...