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09 Feb

ING – Why use Polymer?

Global finance institute, ING builds beautiful experiences for its customers using Web Components. Check out the live stream on Day 1 of the Polymer Developer Summit 2017, Copenhagen: For more information on Poymer resources, please visit: Subscribe to the channel: source

13 Jan

Using jQuery masonry in WYSIWYG Web Builder

jQuery Masonry is a JavaScript grid layout library. It works by placing elements in optimal position based on available vertical space, sort of like a mason fitting stones in a wall. You’ve probably seen it in use all over the Internet. Learn how to use jQuery Masonry in WYSIWYG Web

25 Dec

Totally Tooling Tips: Webpack Tips

Learn how to keep your Webpack JavaScript bundles as small as possible in this new episode with Matt and Addy. They cover code-snippets for ensuring you’re minifying and splitting up your bundles efficiently. Webpack for Real Tasks: Decreasing Front-End Size and Improving Caching: Getting the Most out of CommonsChunkPlugin: Vendor

26 Nov

Using site search in WYSIWYG Web Builder

The site search tool in WYSIWYG web Builder allows you to search for text or articles within a website. The tool works well with keywords and description of a page. Watch the video to learn how to achieve that. (coming this August) Pre-order now for only $15 using this link

16 Nov

HostMania – Material Design Web Hosting and WHMCS Website Template TM

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02 Nov

Async-Await: Micro Tip #13 – Supercharged

Mat shows you a small mistake that can sneak into your code when using async/await and how to fix it! If you have questions or suggestions, hit us up on Twitter! Surma: Mat: Watch more episodes of Supercharged here: Subscribe to the Chrome Developers channel at source

13 Oct

How to design Responsive websites

Michael Chaize explains how web designers use Adobe tools to design responsive websites. A lot of designers start in Photoshop CC and export different versions of their design (desktop, tablet, mobile…). There is a huge gap between static images and the final responsive experience. That’s why Adobe introduced a new

29 Sep

How to Charge Clients for Freelance Web Design

Freelance web design is a very intriguing venture as, if done right, it can be quite profitable. However it is very important to charge your clients properly, and fairly. In order to make sure we are doing this there are two way we can charge our clients – a fixed

24 Sep

Web Design Trends – Scrolling

Without a doubt one of the most interesting, and inspiring trends this year is scrolling. That’s right, the boring, often looked-over, task of scrolling through a website has become on of the most engaging and interactive ways to keep people on your site, and hopeful buy whatever it is your