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...


How to Learn Visual Basic Online for Free

How to Learn Visual Basic Online for Free

By on April 7, 2014

I have to admit that I didn’t intend to write this post in the first place, but I received a humble request for it, and thought to myself: why not? Visual Basic is pretty old-school, I still remember how popular it was in early 2000’s. I think it was something around 2005 when I myself Read More...

5 Free Beginner Friendly Books for Learning Node.js

5 Free Beginner Friendly Books for Learning Node.js

By on April 7, 2014

I suppose the most important to acknowledge is the fact that the programs you build, aren’t going to move themselves forward and a certain amount of time needs to be spent tinkering, before something can come to life – and no doubt it’s a nice feeling. Node.js is on a steady rise, and to this Read More...


Microsoft C# Compiler 'Roslyn' Open-Sourced for Public

Microsoft Makes Roslyn Available as Open-Source Project

By on April 4, 2014

I have not written any industry news for a while now, but I think I’m gonna start doing it again, as there is some really exciting stuff starting to happen on the web, not only is it becoming more open – the technology is starting to grow at a rapid rate. Looking at the stats Read More...


5 Sticky Sidebar Plugins (Menus) Built with jQuery

5 Sticky Sidebar Plugins (Menus) Built with jQuery

By on April 4, 2014

I can honestly admit that there have been times where I have spent days on fixing one thing for my blog, and not in terms of code, but in terms of design and how good something looks. Over the course of webs evolution, ‘sticky stuff’ has become pretty popular. If you take a look to Read More...


10 Web Apps Every Web Designer Should Know Of

11 Web Apps Every Web Designer Should Know Of

By on April 4, 2014

I guess there is a little bit of wordplay in the headline, and to clarify that it’s true – this is a list of web apps that web designers should be aware of, and not necessarily use. (at least, not all at once) You might wonder, what is the point of the post then? Well, Read More...


6 Tips to Accelerate Your Mobile Web Design

6 Tips to Accelerate Your Mobile Web Design

By on April 4, 2014

I think that sooner than later we’re going to replace the words mobile web design with responsive web design, but until then – I’m here to remind you of some of the fundamental tips that every webmaster should be aware of, when it comes to delivering a quality viewing experience to mobile visitors. I wasn’t Read More...