Web Development

SourceLair is your Online IDE for Python, PHP, Node, and more

Frontend IDE webapps are growing more common with each passing year. Mozilla’s Thimble and CodePen are just two thriving examples. But what about backend IDEs? Can these be managed and used solely from within a web browser? Well with a platform like SourceLair the answer is a resounding yes! SourceLair is a powerful online IDE […]

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Resources

A Free Open Source Password Manager for Chrome

Web browsers hold the capability of storing passwords for accounts based on the user’s discretion. Other programs like PassKeep offer similar features which has made them very popular for standalone users. Well a new minimalist competitor named Padlock has also been drawing a lot of attention recently. It’s an extension for Google Chrome which maintains […]

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Web Development

New Git GUI Client open for Beta Invites

The learning curve of Git version control can seem tremendous for young developers. Not only do you have to memorize all the various Git terms & methods, you also need to enter them manually via terminal. While terminal/shell coding used to be almost a prerequesite decades ago, it’s now possible to build websites with minimum […]

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Web Development

Popmotion: A Free 12kb JavaScript Motion Library

Pure CSS animation has garnered much attention over the past few years – but similar advances have also been occurring with JavaScript development. A brand new library named Popmotion is a fully-featured motion library. It contains effects for traditional UI animation, real-world physics simulations, and motion based on user input. Popmotion is, in short, one […]

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design

Adobe Early Sign Up for Project Comet Release Info

It seems Adobe is in the market to compete with the fast up-and-comer Sketch for Mac OS X users. With Adobe CC requiring a monthly subscription it seems many designers are either sticking with CS6 or looking elsewhere. Adobe’s creative team are looking to solve this problem with a new application codenamed Project Comet. It […]

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Webapp

Learn Markdown with Dillinger: A Free Web-Based Markdown Editor

Microsoft Word is the traditional editor for writing text and documents for all formats. But recently the Markdown language has become much more popular with the rise of GitHub. Initially leraning to write in markdown can be a challenge. While it’s nothing close to learning JavaScript or Ruby, it can still be a chore to […]

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Web Development

Icono offers Pure Open Source CSS Icons

Numerous iconfonts have been created and released for free online. But a new contender Icono is offering a way to build icons with a single line of code. This free open source icon font library is downloadable from GitHub and runs on top of Sass with optional mixins. Once you get the library installed on […]

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design

Learn Verified promises you’ll land a Job as a Web Developer

There are dozens of online training programs to improve your skills as a frontend or backend developer. But one incredible choice is Learn Verified which promises a job to each person that completes the program. The Learn Verified web developer track is built on Flatiron School’s curriculum. This teaches real applicable knowledge as used in […]

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