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Google Launches Web Starter Kit: A Multi-Device Boilerplate and Toolkit

Google announced a big surprise just a few days ahead of the Google I/O Conference in San Francisco. They have launched a brand new tool called Web Starter Kit, a boilerplate with powerful tools to quickly start your web development projects. Maybe Google wants the Google I/O attendees to familiarize themselves with the tool before the event starts. Whatever the case, the Web Starter Kit is a powerful tool packed with many modern third-party tools to help you start writing powerful code in minutes. Google has previously released many web foundation tutorials showcasing some of the best practices in modern web development. With this release, they have given away a set of boilerplate templates and tools that focuses more on performance issues and multi-…

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How to Make a Game Like Candy Crush with Swift Tutorial

Learn to make a tasty match-3 game in the new Swift language A little while back, I wrote an Objective-C tutorial about how to make a game like the Candy Crush Saga, which is a very popular casual match-3 game. But I thought it would be great to make a Swift version as well, hence this post! In this Swift tutorial, you’ll learn how to make a game like Candy Crush named Cookie Crunch Adventure. Yum, that sounds even better than candy! In the process of going through this tutorial, you’ll get some excellent practice with Swift techniques such as enums, generics, subscripting, closures, and extensions. You’ll also learn a lot about game architecture and best practices. This is Part One of a…

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Quick Tip: How to Use HTML5 “Picture” for Responsive Images – Tuts+ Web Design Tutorial

Images are notoriously one of the most challenging aspects of responsive web design. Today we’ll look at how the “picture” element, a solution to the problem of responsive images, can be used right now. First, the Problem The days of fixed-width, pixel perfect website design are well and truly behind us. In the present day of widescreen monitors, internet TVs, multiple sized tablets and smart phones our designs now have to cater for everything from 320px wide up to potentially as high as 7680px wide. Along with this multi-resolution landscape comes a need for images to stretch or shrink to fit these wildly varying requirements. This can prove to be something of a problem given that, with the exception of vector graphics, the vast …

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How To Make A Swipeable Table View Cell With Actions – Without Going Nuts With Scroll Views

Make a swipeable table view cell without going nuts with scroll views! Apple introduced a great new user interface scheme in the iOS 7 Mail app – swiping left to reveal a menu with multiple actions. This tutorial shows you how to make such a swipeable table view cell without getting bogged down in nested scroll views. If you’re unsure what a swipeable table view cell means, then see this screenshot of Apple’s Mail.app: You’d think that after introducing something like this, Apple would have made it available to developers. After all, how much harder could it be? Unfortunately, they’ve only made the Delete button available to developers – at least for the time being. If you want to add other buttons, or …

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New wp-config Tweaks You Probably Don’t Know

The wp-config.php file: One of the most loved WordPress feature for some, one of the worst nightmares for others. There are countless tips and tricks in a plethora of articles, and you can’t get enough of them; however, this article is aiming to be different. In this article, we’re going to get familiar with eight new wp-config tricks that are less known than functionality such as turning off post revisions, increasing the memory limit, or other similar features. Don’t forget to backup your installation! The tips in this article do not change any database values nor do they play with any files (except wp-config.php, of course) so you can just download a copy of your wp-config.php file, but you can …

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