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WordPress DIY: Adding Syntax Highlighting to your WordPress Blog Without using an External Plugin

Just as my other articles in WordPress DIY series, this one also focuses on doing everything yourself by writing the code rather than using any external dependencies. There are two popular open source implementations of Syntax Highlighting JavaScript libraries: Google’s Prettify and Alex Gorbatchev’s Syntax Highlighter, and in this article, we will use the former. Writing your own plugin for ...

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Design Faster & Code Quicker

Design faster and code quicker are things wanted by every web designer and developer. It is easy to achieve that, you only need the best web tools and services at your disposal. Stop searching through tons of solutions on the market and first try the below resources. You will also save good money, not only time. We have included only ...

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WordPress DIY: Adding Twitter Cards Meta to your blog

Just like my last article, we won’t be focusing on using a third party plugin, but write our own plugin. I’m a minimalist and don’t prefer to use layer-2 solutions for really trivial things that can easily be achieved by writing code. Now, though trivial to implement, the twitter cards support is a very important and useful thing for your ...

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WordPress DIY: Adding Google Analytics Script to your Blog

Adding a custom script element to your WordPress blog is really straightforward if you know what you are doing and there isn’t any need to install a third-party plugin for this. Now, for something like spam protection (Akismet) or adding contact forms (Contact Form Seven), its quite understandable, but if you take the approach of adding third party plugins for ...

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AngularJS ng-hide Directive Example

Hello readers, in this tutorial, developers will learn what AngularJS is and how to use the AngularJS ng-hide Directive in angular applications. 1. Introduction AngularJS is a JavaScript MVC or Model-View-Controller framework developed by Google that lets developers build well structured, easily testable, and maintainable front-end applications. Before we start with the creation of a real application using the angular framework, ...

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What problem is React/JSX solving in your App?

Framework wars and debates are very much a thing these days, be it Angular vs Backbone or Angular vs React, but the real debate isn’t about these frameworks. The real debate essentially comes down to which is the most efficient way of structuring your app and more importantly, rendering and managing your DOM. Whilst the traditional jQuery/Backbone way is to ...

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Measuring Performance Metrics in Rails

Performance is a topic many developers value highly, with web frameworks, programming languages, databases, and various technologies all boasting about performance. However, this isn’t usually the first consideration for a web application, as getting a product or service made more quickly is a higher priority. We tend to think about performance once a product/service is in working order and we ...

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AngularJS ng-show Directive Example

Hello readers, in this tutorial, developers will learn what AngularJS is and how to use the AngularJS ng-show Directive in the angular applications. 1. Introduction AngularJS is a JavaScript MVC or Model-View-Controller framework developed by Google that lets developers build well structured, easily testable, and maintainable front-end applications. Before we start with the creation of a real application using the ...

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