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Bootstrap Layout Example

The aim of this example is to create and use a layout with Bootstrap. Layouts are the very base model of your upcoming website. A layout usually contains the skeleton of the page, meaning how it is divided into rows and columns, the height of each section, how content is organized and overall appearance. As you might already know, Bootstrap ...

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The Definitive Guide to Ruby Heap Dumps, Part II

Hopefully, from the first post in this two-part series, you’ve got a good sense of the type of information included in Ruby heap dumps and how to dig into it. Now we’ll generate a heap dump off of a Heroku dyno and analyze it. To begin, you’ll need a production app running on Heroku, an AWS account, and S3 credentials ...

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Top 4 Javascript Concepts a Node.js Beginner Must Know

Wouldn’t it be awesome if you only had to know one programming language for building a full stack application? Ryan Dahl put this thought into action and created Node.js. Node.js is a server side framework that is built upon Chrome’s powerful V8 JavaScript engine. Though originally written in C++, it uses JavaScript to be used in applications. See, problem solved. ...

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jQuery contains example

The aim of this example is to show you how to pick the DOM elements that contain a specific string. jQuery provides the :contains selector for this purpose. The jQuery :contains('text') selector helps you to find the HTML elements containing the given text. The text can be contained directly in the element or in a child element. For example, this ...

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WordPress get_post_meta Example

Let’s take it as if you’re writing a post in your WordPress website. Being the nice guy he is, WordPress would actually facilitate this for you and why not add some little perks such as you including your favorite song for the moment, or even your mood into your post. This is done through metadata. How exactly? Look below!   ...

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The Definitive Guide to Ruby Heap Dumps, Part I

In my last post, we looked at how you can dig into memory “leaks” on Heroku. These techniques all work well if you can reproduce the memory bloat locally. When you can’t, we can take a “heap dump” off of a running production server and analyze it for more information. In this two-post series, we’ll look at the basics of ...

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jQuery Popup Window example 

The aim of this example is to show you how to use popup windows with jQuery. jQuery provides a good plugin that can be used for this purpose. A Popup window has a title and some content that may be a simple message or any HTML code (e.g. a login form etc.) The jQuery dialog() method is used to show ...

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Learning: FOMO, need to relevant or drive to grow?

Managing what you should learn next as a software developer is a constant struggle. You feel like you suck at knowing what to learn next with all the new technologies and skills you could potentially work on. In fact, with each new skill you’re gambling with your time. What you’re learning can easily end up being a considerable waste of ...

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Bootstrap Form Example

The aim of this example is to explain and use Bootstrap forms. Just as an introduction, a web form or HTML form on a web page allows a user to enter data that is sent to a server for processing. Forms can resemble paper or database forms because web users fill out the forms using checkboxes, radio buttons, or text ...

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