How to Create A Responsive Online Resume



Now that jobhunts are conducted online more and more often, the need for an online resume rises. But your run-of-the-mill document won’t do anymore — it also needs some flair, and more importantly, it should be viewable from both desktop and mobile devices.

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3 Recommended Web Development Tools



Today, I’d like to introduce you to three web development tools that will help you streamline your design workflow.

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How to Design Watercolor Effect Menu­­



Create your own watercolor-inspired menu design that will make visitors get stunned by its beauty. How? Here’s our featured tutorial that will bring out the best in your site, a very eye-catching layout design that will definitely help attract visitors.

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Webflow CSS3 Playground



If you don’t want to perform coding on your website through code editors, Webflow CSS3 Playground is a site that will definitely help you. This may have some similarities with other web editors available in the net, but what makes it stand out is its several special components in creating responsive sites. It’s like an online version of Photoshop. With [...]

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Creating a Cool Web-Based Video Player



In this featured tutorial, we’ll bring you Thoriq Firdaus’ creation on how you can create a cool web-based video player. Using the HTML5 <video> element, you can embed this video player and play it on any browser that is compatible with HTML5. According to Firdaus, if your browser does not support HTML5, an embedded flash player will be given for [...]

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Creating CSS Sprites With Sprite Cow



Creating CSS sprites is probably one of the things that web developers would consider as a tedious task. But thanks to such software like Sprite Cow, it doesn’t have to be anymore. With this handy little web design tool, you can now set the sprites’ height and width, and background-position within a Sprite sheet just similar to a nice bit [...]

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Find What You Want to Know about Bootstrap in One Place



‘Trend’: In the 21st century this word seems to be synonymous with obsession. Whenever someone invents something new, whether it’s a design technique or some technological feature, people all around the web try to cram this thing into their website as soon as they can. Most of the time, their efforts amount to nothing for two reasons: the technology their [...]

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Color Schemes Color Themes for Programmers



Programmers out there who are using Sumblime Text2 or Textmate for editing the code might want to try this. This tool is called Color Schemes, a creation by Dalye Rees of Laravel PHP framework core developers. It has a number of themes from some of the most popular test editors that you can use which gives a pleasant look as [...]

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Improve Your Webdeveloping Workflow With Emmet



Emmet is a text editor plugin for Notepad++ that replaces Zen Coding (by Dave Brotherstone) and has the ability to expand simple abbreviations into complex code snippets. It is a web-developer’s toolkit that provides you with a tool to cut through repetitive or redundant coding tasks thus greatly improving your HTML and CSS workflow. If you’re hard-coding, this’ll surely going [...]

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Deployd Web Development Toolkit



Deployd is a very capable toolkit that allows programmers to create complex back-end and real-time APIs quickly. It was founded by Jeff Cross and Ritchie Martori to help reduce and eliminate redundant tasks when building apps, and is built with Node.js, MongoDB and Underscore. Image credit: Softpedia By using Deployd, developers can create complex API structures with just the aid [...]

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