WordPress

WordPress

WordPress workshop for beginners

I'm running a WordPress workshop in Stamford Innovation Center (Stamford, CT) next Wednesday, May 11th. This class is for beginners who want to learn how set up and customize a website (personal or for business).

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WordPress Application development book review and free giveaway

WordPress has come along way from being just a blogging platform to becoming a full-featured CMS site.  It is now even being used as a platform for web and mobile applications. Within the platform, there’s everything web developers need to build “average” web application plus one of the biggest open source communities.

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WordPress themes, less is more

If you’ve ever used WordPress, chances are you’ve used a theme you found or bought, even if you’re web developer and know how to create custom one by yourself.

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Flexible WordPress dashboard, tips for customization

WordPress is my CMS of choice. Every single project I do is very different from the previous one. And not only on the front-end, but on the back-end as well. It's not just static pages and blog, WordPress can do a lot more.

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WordPress celebrated 10 year anniversary

Few days ago WordPress community celebrated 10 year anniversary. It's a huge milestone for an open source project and for its community, which is the driving power behind the project's success.

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WordPress and Phonegap (part2)

This part will explain how to get phonegap set up and prepare some boilerplate for our app using jQuery Mobile, CSS and HTML.

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Backbone.js explained

Backbone.js is one of many javascript MVC frameworks, others are Angular.js, Phantom.js, Ember.js. Why backbone? It's very small, only 6K minified, not opinionated, meaning it doesn't dictate how you should organize your code. A lot of big companies (like Pandora, USA Today, New York Times, Rdio) use backbone.js to power their web applications.

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WordPress and Phonegap (part 1)

WordPress is an excellent CMS and provides a lot of flexibility for developers, users, authors, and everyone who manages websites.

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Customizing WordPress dashboard

As a WordPress expert I almost always try to convince or at least recommend it for any project I do, either it's small website for business around the corner or startup trying to get off the ground and build minimum viable product, although WordPress is not ultimate solution for any web app out there - it can do a lot of stuff, after all it's just php files and mysql database, so it can do anything php can do... and it can do a lot. But I leave this discussion for another day.

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PhoneGap and mobile web apps

Mobile now is big part of the web. More and more people are getting phones that are more capable than average computers, in terms of HTML5 support.

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