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    Recently in Web Development (August Edition)Minipreview
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    Web development is an industry that's in a state of constant flux with technologies and jargon changing and mutating in an endless cycle. Not to mention the sheer deluge of information one has to process everyday. In this semi-frequent series of articles, we'll seek to rectify this by bringing you all the important news, announcements, releases and interesting discussions within the web development industry in a concise package. Join me after the jump!Read More…
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    On the Cutting Edge with Adobe's EdgeEdge preview
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    One of the biggest sources of buzz this past week has been Adobe's announcement of the Edge preview. People have been talking about it a lot but few seem to really grasp some of the ideas or technology behind this. Today, I'd like to talk to you a little about the Edge preview and why you should be cautiously optimistic at this juncture.Read More…
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    Recently in Web Development (July Edition)Minipreview
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    Web development is an industry that's in a state of constant flux with technologies and jargon changing and mutating in an endless cycle. Not to mention the sheer deluge of information one has to process everyday. In this semi-frequent series of articles, we'll seek to rectify this by bringing you all the important news, announcements, releases and interesting discussions within the web development industry in a concise package. Join me after the jump!Read More…
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    Should You Start Using CSSLint?200
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    Getting our code reviewed by a pro is a great way of improving code quality but what happens if you don't have access to a rockstar programmer? You do the next best thing and grab a 'lint' for that language. Today, I'd like to talk a little about CSSLint, a recently released code analysis tool for, you guessed it, CSS. Join me after the jump!Read More…
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    Our Amazing Competition SponsorsSponsors list
    At Nettuts+, we have a rule that we don't endorse services and items that we haven't personally used and liked, a lot. Taking on a sponsor speaks as much about us as it does the sponsor! So we tend to be rather careful on this front. With that in mind, we can confidently state that all of our sponsor's products are heavily used by the Nettuts+ and Envato crew and come highly recommended! Read More…
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    Winners Announced: $41,000 Web Developer Competition200
    In our massive $41,000 competition, developers were encouraged to submit their best plugins and mobile components to CodeCanyon, our premium marketplace for code components. After much deliberation amongst the Nettuts+ and CodeCanyon teams, we've finally picked our winners! Read More…
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    Recently in Web Development...Minipreview
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    Web development is an industry that's in a state of constant flux with technologies and jargon changing and mutating in an endless cycle. Not to mention the sheer deluge of information one has to process everyday. In this semi-frequent series of articles, we'll seek to rectify this by bringing you all the important news, announcements, releases and interesting discussions within the web development industry in a concise package. Join me after the jump!Read More…
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    50+ Killer Apps for Your New ChromebookChrome os
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    In celebration of the first wave of Chromebooks being released today, now is a great time to start looking for replacements for the tools you can't live without on a day to day basis. Code editors, image editors, games? All of these can be replaced! I'll show you the best choices today.Read More…
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    Build a Spiffy Quiz EngineCode
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    The first official Nettuts+ quiz was a massive success with an impressive number of developers participating and evaluating their knowledge. There were a non-trivial number of comments asking how the mini quiz engine was built. And lo and behold! That's what we're gonna learn today.Read More…
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    Getting Started with Backbone.js200
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    Unlike its web development peers, JavaScript has never really had much in the way of frameworks to provide structure. Thankfully, in recent years, that's beginning to change. Today, I'd like to introduce you to Backbone.JS, a sweet little library that makes the process of creating complex, interactive and data driven apps so much easier. It provides a clean way to surgically separate your data from your presentation.Read More…
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    For Your Script Loading NeedsScript loaders
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    As JavaScript usage has skyrocketed over the last few years, so has the sheer number of scripts that are being loaded in an average web page. With these script tags comes a lot of baggage, such as blocking and lack of dependency management. Today, I'd like to bring your attention to a number of JavaScript loaders, which are mini toolkits that significantly simplify how you add and load scripts. Read More…
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    Fullscreen Music Player (Free CodeCanyon Item)200
    The Envato marketplaces grow from strength to strength, month after month, due to loyal buyers like you. And to really show you how appreciative we are of your loyalty, we offer a free item from each marketplace every month. Because, you know, we're a little awesome too! Read More…