10 Really Useful and Fresh Resources for Web Developers
From last one month I was busy very with some projects so I couldn’t write any post. I have done projects in Cold Fusion (first time) and Dot net. I have learned a lot about Cold Fusion during the project and I’ll share it later with all of you.
In this post I’m sharing some very useful resources to help web developers and designers. This interesting list includes Pure CSS3 Vignette, Five jQuery Cheats Sheets to Download, 10 great iPad applications for creative people etc.
I hope you’ll really enjoy.
The Apache web server and the PHP scripting language are present on over 70% of all servers online. Without them it would be impossible to run literally millions of scripts and server web pages to the visitors of a site.
gpEasy is a PHP based website content management system that lets users create rich and flexible web sites with a simple and easy-to-use interface. The admin interface provides embedded design that allows users to instantly see changes in the same browser window.
Are you looking some intriguing calendar plugins for your WordPress based blog? Following is a collection of some of the best calendar plugins for WordPress that could suit your needs and maybe this is exactly what you need for your blog now!
If you didn’t live in a cave for the past month, you are aware that the iPad came out. Many applications are already available for this new support, and many of these apps are great for creative people. Following is a selection of apps for designers and other creative professionals.
Its not important how much experienced you are, or how much you may use jQuery, trying to remember all of the jQuery functions is always impossible for you .You all need a usefull and reliable source to fresh up the mind.Here is list of top five jQuery Cheats Sheets that you can download in PDF format.
Generally speaking, CSS is very easy. But when browser vendors started implementing CSS3 features, things became little complicated. Not difficult but complicated. This is mainly due to two reasons: first of all many new CSS3 properties (e.g., transition, gradient, transform, etc) are not that simple and secondly we have to use vendor specific extensions.
Vignettes! The technique involves a few divs, a bit of simple CSS, and a whole lot of fun with CSS3 technique.
Grids are an invisible foundation that structure the websites we develop and design. This invisible foundation makes it possible for rapid development, concise code, and a much more organized layout.
Ref : tutorialfeed.org