In programming, regular expressions are a very useful tool designed to validate, search, and match text patterns. In this article, I have compiled more than 10 incredibly useful regular expressions, for any language, that will probably be very beneficial to you.
CSS3 has not been here for a long time, but talented designers have already found a lot of great ways to use it to create beautiful and efficient techniques. In this article, I’ll show you the top 10 examples of what you can do using the power of CSS3.
Front-end web developent can seem to be easy at first, but producing a clean, semantic, and cross-browser code is definitely a hard job. In this article, I have compiled the top 10 best practices that have been useful to me in the past 3 years.
On most websites, content is stored in a database and served to visitors upon request. Databases are very fast, but there’s lots of things that you can do to enhance its speed and make sure you won’t waste any server resources. In this article, I have compiled 10 very useful tips to optimize and speed up your website database.
Have you ever dreamt about a powerful database that you can access easily, without using the SQL language? That what Apache CouchDB is all about. In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to get started with this document-riented database and how you can use it with PHP.
Although there’s lots of things that you can do in WordPress, sometimes you may need a quick fix for a specific problem. In those cases, working directly on the database can be a real life-saver. In this article, I’m going to show you 10+ extremely useful SQL queries for WordPress.
As a developer, your main tool is obviously those that will allow you to turn your ideas into code: A text editor. As time go by, more online text editors are created that can help you code from any computer with internet access. In this article, let’s have a look at 10+ useful online
In order to make sure that your website is always available to the public, you have to monitor it. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how you can easily create a monitoring script that will check your website availability and send an email or sms alert to you if it isn’t.
Like many other web developers, I definitely hate Internet Explorer, especially the version 6. At a time where new and powerful techniques as such as HTML5 and CSS3 are emerging, it’s not surprising that IE can’t handle them correctly. Luckily, a few tricks can make your life easier.