Here's a chart of the most important, and most utilized website technologies including up/down trends. Can you guess what is more used than PHP? Can you guess where YouTube ranks? Take a look >>
Developers should learn about Adobe Edge which promises to be an important software tool as Flash starts to lose it's footing due to the onset of HTML5.. Download a test drive free >>
If you are not already a pro at jQuery you will be feeling the pinch. How to learn to use jQuery? Get straight on the official site, and you will see the long code you must travel before you will be at the cutting edge.
These might be the handiest little Holiday gifts you'll get all year - fantastic HTML5 cheat sheets for all tags, event handlers and browser support. Download these sheets and save 'em for reference, you'll need 'em!
Will we all need to re-orient and adapt our Flash code to HTML5 anytime soon? Is there a death knell ringing for Flash? What do you think? Read on to get the dirt on this hot topic.
There's a great pros and cons list from foliovision that does a good job answering the tough questions of which to choose? WordPress vs. Mambo/Joomla vs. Drupal?
Need some new jQuery tricks to rock your site? Check out all these great jQuery examples - freshen up your latest design, learn something new, spend a few moments learning to use some of these great techniques. JQuery is becoming more and more important to everyday web development, so...
We've created a quick and easy jQuery tutorial that will have you running your first jQuery animation in a few minutes. Take the time to look it over, because jQuery is the coolest thing to hit the web interface world since CSS. Go ahead - learn to use jQuery - even a newbie can do it!
If you don't know what a CSS sprite is or how to use it, you really need to read this. Basically, using a sprite is a different way of displaying images on your site. Instead of embedding lots of images in your web page, you put all the images into ONE image 'sheet' (imagine a GIF or JPG with a bunch of images all pasted onto it), or sprite, then you use CSS to show just the portion of the sprite sheet you want to show for each image instance on your site...(more)