Cage Match! Stock Photography Sites Go Head-to-head: Part 1

Finding great images for our projects is something that many of us spend a fair amount of time and money on. With that in mind, we’re going to be taking a look at some of the more popular stock image sites today and putting them head-to-head to see which, if any, come out on …

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Concise: A better front-end CSS framework

Concise is a front-end CSS framework that has a number of preprocessors built-in, including Vanilla CSS, SASS, and LESS. It’s mobile-first and includes tons of components like buttons, drop-downs, and more.

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15 Retro & Vintage Business Cards Collection – only $19!

NOW ON: 15 Retro & Vintage Business Cards Collection – only $19!Expires: July 29, 2014, 11:59 pm ESTCreating a business card is still a real necessity today. As is creating a business card that will stand out from the card and help your clients remember you. That’s where a Mighty Deal like …

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A Series of Screencasts and Guides for Ruby on Rails

GoRails is Ruby on Rails screencasts for developers who want to become pros. GoRails is a series of screencasts and guides for all aspects of Ruby on Rails. Learn how to setup your machine, build a Rails application, and deploy it to a server.
What they are going to be bringing you is …

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Waves – Click Effect Inspired by Google’s Material Design

Waves is click effect inspired by Google’s Material Design. It’s easy to use Waves. Download the latest version of Waves from Github repository. Just include waves.min.css and waves.min.js to your HTML file. And Waves is ready to use.
Waves works in latest modern browser (i.e. …

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4 of the Most Popular WordPress Theme Frameworks

WordPress frameworks are becoming increasingly popular to build themes with. They allow for rapid development based on best practices, without the need to reinvent the wheel each time you design a new theme.
What are WordPress Theme Frameworks?
A WordPress theme framework allows you to build …

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Hacks for dealing with specificity

The overall point here by Harry Roberts is to keep the specificity on your selectors as low as you can. The end result of that effort is:
More reusable styles.
When you need to override that style, you have opportunities to nudge that specificity a bit higher while still being reusable and not …

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7 Reasons to Develop Your Next Web App with Meteor

When I first learned about the Meteor JavaScript framework, I saw someone write, “Meteor is to Node.js as Rails is to Ruby,” and I think that’s a good comparison. A few years ago, Rails was the hot new thing on the web, sprinkling some useful “magic” through the development process to make …

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Daily Fitbit stats

My fitbit #Fitstats for 7/21/2014: 18,322 steps and 14.1 km traveled.

An Introduction to WAI-ARIA

It might come as a shock, but I tell you: The web has changed! The last eight years have seen the rise of Ajax, JavaScript, HTML5, and countless front-end frameworks. Consequently, the internet is no longer a place of static HTML pages, as funny as they sometimes are. Rather, it has become a …

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