Tips and best practices to develop responsive websites

by Jean. 19 Comments

In the recent years, we saw both a rise of mobile devices such as the iPhone and wide monitors. Responsive websites are website that can adapt to lots of different screen resolution and always look good. In this article, I have compiled tips and best practices to create responsive websites.

Super useful online tools to work with images

by Jean. 20 Comments

Images are indeed a big part of a website, and as a developer or designer you often have to work with them. Sure, there’s desktop applications like Photoshop or Gimp, but there’s also a bunch of super useful online tools to store, resize, and modify images online. Here’s a round up of the best tools available.

Super useful WordPress action hooks and filters

by Jean. 14 Comments

Action hooks and filters are very useful in WordPress. They allow you to “hook” a custom function to an existing function, which allows you to modify WordPress functionality without editing core files. Today, here are 10 super usefull action hooks and filters to supercharge your WordPress install!

Awesome sites to find useful code snippets

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As a developer, I really like to collect and keep a library of useful code snippets that allow me to save a lot of time when building websites or apps. Today, I have compiled a list of the most interesting websites to find useful code snippets.

Sending SMS with PHP and TextMagic: An A to Z guide

by Jean. 10 Comments

Over the years, Short message service (SMS) has become a very important way of communication, and many businesses are looking for easy ways to send automated text messages to their customers. In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how you can send SMS using PHP and a third party service called TextMagic. Its very easy to do!

10 awesome HTML5 audio players

by Jean. 22 Comments

Among other great features, the new HTML5 specification allow native audio streaming. In this article, I have compiled the 10 most awesome HTML5 audio players available today.

Introducing CatsWhoCode code snippet library!

by Jean. 21 Comments

As a developer, I really like to collect code snippets that can be useful when needed. On CatsWhoCode, most popular posts are often the ones filled with lots of ready to use code snippets. This is why I decided to add a new feature to the site, the code snippet library.

Amazing things to do with PHP and cURL

by Jean. 22 Comments

cURL, and its PHP extension libcURL, are very useful tools for tasks like simulating a web browser, submit forms or login to a web service. In this article, I’m going to show you some amazing things that you can do using PHP and cURL.

WordPress Transients API – Practical examples

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The WordPress Transients API is a very useful tool which allow developers to cache data such as the result of a query for future uses. In this article, I’ve compiled a list of useful practical example to div into the power of WordPress Transients API.