Do you want to know how to develop your skillset to become a Web Rockstar?

Subscribe to our newsletter to start Rocking right now!

To get you started we give you our best selling eBooks for FREE!


1. Building web apps with Node.js

2. HTML5 Programming Cookbook

3. CSS Programming Cookbook

4. AngularJS Programming Cookbook

5. jQuery Programming Cookbook


and many more ....


I have read and agree to the terms & conditions


Python Django Tutorial

Django is an open source web framework which solves most common problems of a web application development. It has some very useful features like an auto generated admin page and an ORM. It’s a high-level framework, so we just need to focus on the actual core logic of our business and let Django take care of mappings, filters and such. ...

Read More »

Statefulness in a Stateless Language: Elixir

Elixir is blazing fast and highly concurrent. It’s functional, but its syntax is simple and easy to read. The language evolved out of the Ruby community and took many of Ruby’s core values with it. It’s optimized for developer happiness, and testing is a first-class citizen. When approaching a new language, it’s important to go back to the basics. One ...

Read More »

jQuery Trim Example

The aim of this example is to show you how to use the jQuery .trim() method. Sometimes we need to remove the whitespace (newlines, spaces and tabs) from the beginning and the end of a string. For this purpose we can use jQuery .trim() method. If these whitespace characters occur in the middle of the string, they are preserved. Let’s ...

Read More »

Running a Rails Application on Deis

In the last couple of years, we have seen a lot of development in the devops field. It’s becoming much easier for developers to provision servers and deploy their applications on those servers just with a couple of key strokes. Since the start of the SaaS and PaaS products (even before we knew them as that), we have seen a ...

Read More »

Secrets of the JavaScript Ninja – Debugging JavaScript

Web Code Geeks have partnered with Manning to provide you this ebook with a 39% discount! Check at the end of the article for the relevant code! In this article, excerpted from Secrets of the JavaScript Ninja, Second Edition, we introduce you to some of the tools that can be used for debugging JavaScript. For a long time, the development ...

Read More »

Angular.js Transclusion Example

There is a myth that wants transclusion to be a hard concept to understand and manage, according to Angular.js. So, for today, we’ll wear the hat of Mythbusters, by displaying several simple examples of transclusion in Angular.js. 1. Introduction First things first, which means that we have to understand the term itself, in order to delve into tougher/technical questions that ...

Read More »

Introduction : Learning as a software developer

What to learn and when you should learn it is the hardest problem to solve as a software developer. There are tons of things you could potentially learn, with sites like Reddit and Hacker News adding new must-learn skills and technologies to your pile every week. How do you ignore the noise and choose the best skills to learn without ...

Read More »

Javascript Callback Function Example

By now you are all aware that functions in Javascript are first-class objects, which means that they behave like any other object: they can be stored in variables, be passed as arguments, or be returned from other functions. Because of this peculiar quality of theirs, they can be passed as arguments to other functions, which is the essence of callback ...

Read More »