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In this lesson, we'll again focus on workflow. Specifically, we'll use Composer's built-in autoloading capabilities, along with namespacing, to make for an elegant testing experience. We'll also review a variety of PHPUnit best practices in the process. Ready?
A Yeoman generator for a NetTuts article
Source code for the article on "Intro to React"
Code For NetTuts+ article on TDD in Node.js
The code for a Bitcoin NetTut's article
A tool for analyzing a generated handlebars template - built for NetTuts+
Demo showing how to create a Router in Vanilla Meteor
ES6 Features and how to use them today with various browsers, transpilers and tools
A Chat App written with Sails.js
Starter for RequireJS and Backbone application, using Bower.
An extension for the Slim framework to support the MVC pattern, for organizing larger products.
Demo code for Promise Based Validation
Reflection in PHP
Ember Starting Kit used in Getting into Ember.js
A demo for Team Collaboration on Github
BulletChart Demo for the NetTuts+ Article on jQuery Widget Factory
Ribbit - A Twitter Clone made using Django
In today’s modern workflow, the code that we author in our development environments is considerably different from the production code, after running it through compilation, minification, concatenation, or various other optimization processes.
Welcome to the next installment in our Twitter clone series! In this tutorial, we’ll build Ribbit from scratch with Ruby on Rails.
Intro to Flask sample application
In the initial entry in this series, we took care of the UI-aspect of our Twitter-clone, called Ribbit. Now, we’ll begin coding the application in a number of languages. This lesson will leverage standard PHP (with homegrown MVC), but, in future articles, we’ll review other implementations, such as with Rails or Laravel.
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Provides the latest browser support for the various CSS3 properties.
The Next Social: a Social Networking site powered by Zend Framework, created for the Zend Framework from Scratch series on Nettuts+