10 Web Application Frameworks for Node.js (Web Apps)

14 Web Application Frameworks for Node.js

By on March 19, 2014

Yes, this is the 2nd edition to my list of Node.js frameworks, the first one was where I had put together a list of seven Minimal Node.js Frameworks, which later turned into one of my most visited, shared and admired posts on this blog. If you were a part of the success, thank you and Read More...


4 Minimal Scala Web Frameworks for Web Developers

4 Minimal Scala Web Frameworks for Web Developers

By on March 12, 2014

Scala to many is just another language, more or less useless, and never going to bother their path to awesome. To others, Scala is a lovely programming language that provides scalable environment – hence: Scala – and allows to have fun along the way. It’s worth mentioning that companies like LinkedIn, The Guardian and even Read More...

Top 5 Online JavaScript Editors You Probably Know Already

16 Online JavaScript Editors for Web Developers

By on March 10, 2014

Notepad++, Sublime Text 2, perhaps even Wordpad for some. All of those are great editors, and certainly can help you build applications with JavaScript. It always has, and always will – come down to the preference of the developer. Online JavaScript editors are great because they allow you to edit your code directly from your Read More...


Top 5 Web Programming Languages to Begin Learning in 2014

Top 5 Web Programming Languages to Begin Learning in 2014

By on February 28, 2014

It’s really interesting to watch the technology evolve, and more people finding that they’re capable of writing code and creating amazing things with it. I have been a passive coder all my web career, but lately I’ve been trying to write more and more code to educate myself, and to teach myself new things. I Read More...


3 Websites to Help You Find Joomla! Development Jobs

3 Websites to Help You Find Joomla! Development Jobs

By on February 27, 2014

I love the fact that Joomla! has managed to stick around the whole CMS era, and still continues to produce an amazing management system for those who need it. It’s also open-source, which makes it that much more appealing. Unfortunately, I’ve never developed with Joomla!. I’ve been a fan and a follower though, and I Read More...


Top 5 Ruby IDE Solutions for Web Developers

Top 5 Ruby IDE Solutions for Web Developers

By on February 26, 2014

I’m pretty sure that the majority of web developers, and web designers, begin their journey on either Notepad++ or simple Notepad – although many programming tutorials now provide integrated, interactive web editors – just typing away the code that a tutor is presenting them with. The majority of Ruby IDE’s are actually not strictly limited Read More...


5 Platforms That Provide Free Django App Hosting

5 Platforms That Provide Free Django App Hosting

By on February 25, 2014

I am one of those people who loves to work on a remote machine, rather than my own. It’s not even the fact that there might be limitations, or it seems more difficult – it’s just the way I’m used to developing and doing testing. I’m sure there are a lot of other people who Read More...