Resources for Developers

Page 2 of 5

“Rotate-on-Hover” 3D Gallery using CSS3 transforms

There are many galleries that make use of CSS3 transforms nowadays. They bring all sorts of effects to attract attention to pictures and, eventually, invite viewers to visit other pages, subscribe to a blog, etc. This is a simple CSS3… Continue Reading →

Using htaccess files to protect your WordPress websites

WordPress security is one of the most underestimated factors among bloggers, even some with advanced blogging skills. This short tutorial is intended to provide code snippets that you can add to WordPress’ .htaccess file and help your blog to become… Continue Reading →

Beyond SQL. Benefits of MongoDB and NoSQL databases

MongoDB (derived from humongous) is a cross-platform, high performance, high availability, and easy scalability document-oriented database. MongoDB is released under a released under a mix of the GNU Affero General Public License and the Apache License. Classified as a NoSQL… Continue Reading →

A short introduction to Laravel, the new PHP framework

Introduction to Laravel Laravel is a very powerful, open source (MIT License) PHP framework. It is designed for application development and provides many useful features to make your code cleaner, leaner and easier to understand (and mantain). According to its… Continue Reading →

CSS transforms: Creating animations without JavaScript

What are CSS transforms? With CSS3 came a new swatch ways to position and alter elements: CSS transforms. CSS transforms describe the rendering of structured documents on screen, on paper, in speech, etc. transformed in two-dimensional or three-dimensional space. This… Continue Reading →

Debouncing JavaScript events to prevent jerky action

Problem: Jumpy execution during UI changes JavaScript has a few events (resize, scroll, touchmove, mousemove, etc), which keep firing during the whole duration of the action, not just once. That may serve some purpose sometimes but most of the time… Continue Reading →

jQuery Mobile collapsible sets. Move content to the top

Accordions, also known as collapsible sets , allow to show a large amount of step- or category-arranged content using a minimal amount of space. This is especially useful when screen sizes are small, such in a mobile device, or when… Continue Reading →

Use CSS for centering content more efficiently and without pain

Centering was very simple in the old days, where everything had a fixed size and content would (at most) be horizontally centered inside a DIV by using text-align:center. Nothing was simpler than that. Back in those good old days, everything… Continue Reading →

« Older posts Newer posts »

© 2017 IMELGRAT.ME — Powered by WordPress

Theme by Iván MelgratiUp ↑