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  • Making Beautiful Style Together: Visual Studio and Bootstrap

    CSS offers power and flexibility aplenty. But a build-it-as-you-go approach to site style results in CSS files that look like they were created by Dr. Frankenstein.  Visual Studio Community Edition (VSCE) provides a perfect environment for leveraging Bootstrap’s CSS and JavaScript framework. Together they empower you to create exactly the look and feel you want fast.

  • Activity: So you want to Build and Deploy a Web App to the Cloud – at low-to-no cost

    In this activity you’ll learn how to build a Web App using the free Visual Studio Community 2015 Edition along with Microsoft Azure. First, you’ll learn how Azure App Service is an approach to hosting a Web App or application in a manner that can scale and adapt as your needs grow. The Activity will walk you through setting up an Azure trial account and then setting up the simple website on Azure.

  • Getting a Free, yet Powerful Web Dev Tool: Visual Studio Community 2015 Edition

    If you are looking for a powerful web development tool and would like to avoid spending a fortune, then Microsoft's free Visual Studio 2015 Community Edition is worth checking out.

  • Simplifying Cross-platform HTML5 Mobile App Development With Intel's XDK

    A team of developers created an HTML5 app for a major website that offers a much more sophisticated user experience on each of the mobile platforms commonly in use today. The tools they used eliminated much of the custom coding required to bring the desired features to each platform. Check out the story!

  • Leverage Your HTML5 Savvy to Build Commercial, Cross-Platform Apps and Games

    An unexpected player has entered the fray with a tool that makes HTML5 mobile development easy while also directly addressing some of the shortcomings of Web technologies in mobile apps. See a demonstration of how quickly you can begin creating your own apps using HTML5.

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  • Handling Events in Vaadin Mobile Applications

    The Vaadin Mobile Application Framework manages UI events using the Observer pattern. Rob Gravelle talks about it and demonstrates how to attach event handlers to controls.

  • Respond to DOM Changes with Mutation Observers

    Earlier this year, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) introduced the DOM4 specification, which includes DOM Mutation Observers. These replace the long-standing DOM Mutation Events, which never really caught on. Rob Gravelle explains how to create and configure DOM Mutation Observers as well as interpret their results.

  • Programming with Peripherals

    In this article we’re going to at programming with and for peripherals, including keyboard, mouse, as gesture devices such as Leap Motion and Windows Kinect as well as devices such as pens and microphones.

  • Form Element Conversion Made Easy with jQuery

    In last month's Convert a List into a Select Dropdown using jQuery article, Rob Gravelle described how to create an in-place editor for an ordered or unordered list by converting it into a

  • HTML5 Game Developer Tips

    In this HTML5 game development tutorial, we are going to look at some best practices and tips to consider when making that next hit video game.

  • Beyond HTML

  • 10 Tips for Creating a Responsive WordPress Site

    In this slideshow we’re going to look at ten different ways of building a responsive WordPress site. For some of you, nothing is more appealing than to build a site from scratch, but that’s not necessary unless you’re a hard-core programmer. Instead, we’ll look at tools and methods to make the process easier.

  • Provide a JSON Feed from your WordPress Site using the JSON API Plugin

    There are a number of good plugins that allow you to very easily add the functionality to deliver your WordPress content as a JSON feed. Rob Gravelle shows you how to use the JSON API plugin right out of the box.

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  • CSS3 Multi-column Layouts

    Following on the previous article (Basic HTML: Adding Images), here is more information on the main web formats, which are JPEG, GIF, PNG, and PNG-8, along with examples of each. In addition you will learn more about SEO and some basic placement of images on your web pages with CSS3.

  • Intermediate Web Page Graphics

    Following on the previous article (Basic HTML: Adding Images), here is more information on the main web formats, which are JPEG, GIF, PNG, and PNG-8, along with examples of each. In addition you will learn more about SEO and some basic placement of images on your web pages with CSS3.

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