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  • Code
    Running Your Own Open Source Email Server: Administering iRedMailPreview
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    Now that you've installed iRedMail, I'll guide you through configuring and customizing your new mail server with the iRedAdmin administrative panel and other tools.Read More…
  • Web Design
    New Course: Mastering Icon Fonts on the WebIcon fonts
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    Let’s say you’re building a website that uses lots of icons. How would you implement those on the web? As image files? They worked fine in the past, but not any more; not with retina displays and responsive websites. Icon fonts are the way to go, and in this course you’ll learn all there is to know about them: what they are, how to use them, and how to make your own.Read More…
  • Design & Illustration
    To the Point: An Interview With Chad SellPreview
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    This month's interview is with the extraordinarily talented illustrator Chad Sell. Delight in his depictions of RuPaul's Drag Race contestants, web comics like Manta-Man and his autobiographical Vreeland, and assorted projects like Dragopolis. Get the lowdown on Chad's inspirations, process, experiences, and more. Read More…
  • Code
    An Introduction to Android's Spelling Checker FrameworkPicspell
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    The spelling checker framework allows you to quickly and easily add spell check functionality to your apps. This tutorial first shows you how to use the framework to interact with Android's default spell checker, and then moves on to cover the basics of developing a custom spell checker.Read More…
  • Photo & Video
    2 Techniques for Correcting Red EyeRed eye tutorial
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    In this short video tutorial we cover two techniques for correcting the common issue of red eye.Read More…
  • Code
    Design Patterns: The Observer PatternObserver pattern
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    Now here I come with one more behavioral design pattern in this series, which is the Observer Pattern. Observer means that someone is looking at your activity, and it may be possible that the observer takes some action depending on your activity.Read More…