Do you spend a lot of time in a text editor, or just need good monospace fonts? Well, it’s the year 2020 now and it’s time to treat yourself. Here are some…
We’ve found the blissfully happy middle space between buying a random theme and writing everything from scratch and it is a dream. Get the step-by-step details.
A design pattern is a general reusable solution to a commonly occurring problem in software design. Read on for our thoughts about how this concept can be applied to web design… and why.
How Rails makes this kind of thing really easy.
Bruce Tate has an excellent article on IBM’s DeveloperWorks site introducing ActiveRecord (the model/database layer of Rails) to a Java audience.
A really brief, well-written summary of how to keep your HTML and CSS comprehensible, even as your site grows and grows.
Here’s some of the things I particularly adore about programing in Rails.
This is definitely a brilliant tool for anyone writing complex web pages with lots of complicated style sheet code.
ActionScript/Flash and Ruby/Rails are really at opposite ends of the spectrum in a lot of ways. Particularly in their philosophy and culture, which reflects to a great extent the people who use those languages.
A book highly recommended for anyone developing what you might call a Web 2.0 application!
On adding images to websites.
Our take on a clever service now available for programmers.