Learn how to make a console application for your Arduino board with C++ using Visual Studio C++.

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Most big web companies have an API and Best Buy is not an exception, learn how to their API and build a little search engine.

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This tag will save you from javascript libraries and hours of fixing bugs, it does work in all browsers yet, but it will one day so you better be prepared.

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Learn to read and parse a youtube video’s comment feed without using the Zend Framework.

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Today I want to show you how to use the Zend Framework to work YouTube’s API. While there isn’t anything you can’t do without the framework it sure makes you code a lot shorter, less error prone and you can take advantage some other functionalities such as caching that this framework offers.

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Here are 10 great tutorials to get you started with object oriented PHP, enjoy!

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If you are thinking of learning a new language ASP would be a great option. In this post I will show you what you need to get started.

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You don’t need Zend Framework to work with Blogspot’s API. In this tutorial you will see how easy it is to get your posts and display them in any other webpage you want.

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Making an AJAX voting script is simple, learn how in this post.

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You don’t need to shorten URLs in your application, twitter will do this automatically just like they do in the real service.

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In this post we will copy facebook’s status update effect using two JQuery functions and a little bit of css.

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Here is a list of PHP keywords and techniques you don’t often see in the wild.

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Web developers and designers can use their skills to help build great user interfaces for gadgets programs in C++, learn how.

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You learned about classes and constructors last time, it’s to start getting into objects a little bit more.

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Make cool twitter widgets using the APIs that don’t require OAuth. In this post I will show you how to get a user’s last tweet using JQuery and JSON, PHP and JSON or PHP and XML.

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Sprites can reduce the number of HTTP requests from many to one, and they are easy to use so there is no reason why you shouldn’t give this technique a try.

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The first set to master PHP is to learn how to use its object oriented capabilities. In this post, the first post of this series, I will talk about classes, objects and constructors.

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Functions are the first step before getting into OOP PHP. In this tutorial you will learn about all the different types of PHP functions there are.

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These are a list of things I wish I had known when I got started with PHP. They aren’t hard things at all but my newbieness and fear kept me away from learning them from some time.

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Google has made it easier for us to develop location based web application, check out their latest API.

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