Here is a collection of great Photoshop lighting effects tutorials. If you want to spice up your Photoshop designs and make them look professional and exciting then these are some [...]
Today I have highlighted some Photoshop tutorials that are not only awesome designs but which can also be loads of fun to implement with your own ideas. If you are [...]
There is much debate as to whether or not data calculations should be done in the web app or in the database. There are good arguments on both sides. Depending on what is being calculated, executing calculations in some web programming languages tends to be faster than doing the same thing in the database.
I was stunned when I first saw this open source version of extremely popular web based Instant Messenger service, Meebo. I was planning for a long time to develop such [...]
As your forms grow in complexity, you’ll probably find a need to temporarily disable an input – either a button, a text box, or some other element. This is quite [...]
Regular e-commerce shopping carts work fine if the functionality of the store site is limited to listing products, allowing customers to purchase them, accepting credit card payments, and all of the other e-commerce features offered by these shopping cart solutions. But what if you also want to support collaborative editing of content, community forums, and other capabilities that could help increase traffic to your site, but are usually only found in content management systems (CMSs)?
I find myself constantly bombared with questions from students and co-workers I've introduced to the Zend Framework regarding how the different components can come together to form a basic application. I've searched, I have found, I have emailed great tutorials, but still the most common questions are posed "What's should I include in index.php?", "Should I use Zend_Db_Table?", "And what about Zend_Form?"
Client-side developers always had it easy – libraries such as jQuery and Prototype make finding elements on the page reliable and efficient. In PHP, regular expressions tend to get rather [...]
When developing a UI for your web application, it’s easy to lose a lot of time waiting for reloads, dealing with browser quirks, even just trying to identify a particular [...]