Tag: tutorials

It all started on one December-ish looking morning. It was the year of our lord 2013 and the snow was nowhere to be found, keeping that mind, there was a slight smell of bugs in the air. You know the type I'm talking about? The ones that don't let you sleep at night and make you go to bed at 2AM. Those kind of bugs. Thankfully the so-called "bug", I am going to describe in the rows below, is not one of those. This was a simple one. One that started from the bottom, from the inner core...

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Disclaimer: All quoted paragraphs are reproduced in their entire form from the awesome Koding University that you can find here. Because you're an awesome reader, that already follows my awesomely written articles, you already know what Koding is, so I will not explain it again ... ok, ok, I'll tell you, just stop showing me pictures of naked rat moles. What exactly is Koding? Well it can be summarized in the following short sentence. Koding is an online development environment with the goal of simplifying worldwide development and providing free computation and development to everyone. Ok, let's get back to our...

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Disclaimer: This is a version I found useful and it worked for my particular case. It may not work for you, but you can post a comment bellow and maybe we can figure it out. Interesting issue. If you're a WordPress developer than you might have come across this issue in your endeavors to become an ultimate WordPress ninja. I came across this while working on a recent project for an in-house project at the agency I work. Having a custom post type and wanting the slug removed from the URL is tricky and is case depended. I tried a...

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Coderbits API Hacking

Well hello there, dear reader, this the first article from a series of tutorial articles that will be featured around here. Let's get started then. If  you read the title but still haven't figured out what the hell I'm talking about, I'll try to shed some light. What is Coderbits? Coderbits is, as the official description says: Intelligent portfolios for developers and designers Basically you sign up (Super simple stuff until this point!) and build your profile using data gathered from all your profiles you own, whether it's Github, Dribbble or even the ones with the weird name, like Work...

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