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Code, Test & Learn with JSFiddle

Posted By supermonitoring 377 days ago on Coding

http://www.supermonitoring.com - There are a number of online tools that let you test your code and improve it to hone your programming skills. Herein, we’re focusing on one of them that lets you do all this and much more. We’re talking about JSFiddle, one of the most popular code playgrounds available online today.

A Useful CSS Reference Guide To Speed Up Your Workflow

Posted By fershid 383 days ago on Coding

http://digitalsynopsis.com - Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a stylesheet language that defines how the content on a web page is to be displayed with colors, borders, fonts, backgrounds etc. As a web developer, it is imperative that you know all the major CSS elements at the back of your hand.

Jamie Spencer of 'Make A Website Hub' has created a handy cheat sheet/infographic of all the CSS elements to help you save time and speed up your workflow – a perfect reference guide for newcomers and experienced developers alike. Check it out here.

Find code snippets easily with SearchCode

Posted By supermonitoring 404 days ago on Coding

http://www.supermonitoring.com - Software programmers and hackers often need working code snippets to either get better at what they do, or to test their programs. GitHub, Bitbucket, Google Code, Sourceforge, etc. are some popular websites that let users create and index large databases of working code. Software engineers keep monitoring these websites for sample codes or projects that can help them analyze and understand programming problems better.

Fear and Loathing for libraries and frameworks

Posted By ArchyJW 913 days ago on Coding

http://0a.io - I started off learning programming by doing web development, or basically just asking stupid questions on StackOverflow and copying and pasting code I found on the Internet in hopes of getting a website to work the way I wanted.