Rafael Soto
Rafael is a mexican marketer with a very weird hobby: he codes sites. He is a complete geek, he wants to make change in his community and thinks the web is a very good way to make it happen.
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    30+ Awesome CodeIgniter Tutorials for all Skill Levels200x200
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    CodeIgniter is a fantastic framework, which caters to beginners, power users and everyone in between. As the best web development source on the web, we've taken it upon ourselves to provide extensive tutorials and screencasts on the subject. Today, we'll take a look at over 30 of our most awesome CodeIgniter tutorials.Read More…
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    30 Kick-Ass Premium WordPress Plugins and ThemesKick ass wordpress plugins and themes
    The WordPress platform is an integral part of the Envato™ ecosystem. Regardless of whether you need a hand with design or development, the Envato™ marketplaces have you covered! You can purchase premium WordPress plugins and templates to hit the ground running with each new project. Today, we'll review only a handful of the newest and most popular templates and plugins on sale at CodeCanyon and ThemeForest.Read More…
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    30+ Water-Inspired Websites: BAD 2010Bad water roundup
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    This year, Nettuts+ is taking part in Blog Action Day to raise awareness about clean water and water conservation. To tie that in with the web development world, we've compiled 30+ examples of websites, which make use of a water motif. Read More…
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    40+ Superb CodeCanyon Items you Must Check Out40 superb codecanyon items
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    If you've been hanging around Nettuts+ for long, you probably know that it's only one small piece of the huge Envato ecosystem. If you're interested in becoming a more efficient developer, you'll want to check out these incredible WordPress, CSS, JavaScript, .NET, and PHP components -- all ready to drop into your latest project. Read More…
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    How to Authenticate Users With Twitter OAuthPreview
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    Beginning August 16th, Twitter will no longer support the basic authentication protocol for its platform. That means the only way to authenticate users will be through a Twitter application. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to use Twitter as your one-click authentication system, just as we did with Facebook.Read More…
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    How to Use CakePHP's Access Control ListsPreview
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    If you're building a CMS, you'll probably need different user roles—superusers, admins, users—with different permission levels. Too complicated to code? Enter CakePHP's ACL (Access Control Lists). With the right setup, you'll be checking user permissions with just one line.Read More…
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    How to Authenticate Users With Facebook Connect200x200
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    Lately, there's been quite a fuzz about lazy registration. It turns out that the less the user has to think, the higher the conversion rates are! What a thought! If everybody seems to have a Facebook profile, why not add a one-click user registration? I'll show you how to do that today.Read More…
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    Using Twitter's @Anywhere Service in 6 StepsIntro
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    Last week, Twitter released @Anywhere, which, with only a few added lines in your code, can bring all of Twitter's platform functionalities into your website. @Anywhere can allow for anything, ranging from converting a simple @username into a clickable link, to even creating new tweets directly from your personal site. I'll show you exactly how to do so in this tutorial! Read More…