You used to have to scrape a website to get its content but now they are making it easy for you to do that, with oEmbed. Lear more about this cool API.

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You don’t have to know anything about MySQL or any other database to add a simple comments form to your site, all you need is PHP, XML and some JQuery.

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Have you ever wanted to build your own mini search engine or web analytics website? Then this tutorial is what you’ve been waiting for.

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The last part of Zend OAuth For Twitter Series. In this post you will get to call twitter’s API method to update your status.

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Welcome to part two of this series. In the last post we created the sign in with twitter button with all the required parameters, in this post we will authenticate the user.

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Zend’s OAuth library is making it easier for us to make oauth applications. In this series I will walk you through a twitter application but you will be able to see how this library can easily be integrated with any other OAuth API.

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Perfect for making an API or just for fun, I will show you how easy it is to send JSON from PHP to JQuery. Have fun!

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You’ve seen and played with grids now it’s time to take a look at css frameworks that can style your designs.

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Tired of changing your URLs back and forth from localhost to your domain? And what about uploading files to your server every time you make a change just because the API requires it?!

In this tutorial I will show you how you can use your real domain name so that you won’t have to do all that nonsence.

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Styling checkboxes does not have to be a mess of code and you don’t have to use any plugins, JQuery alone can accomplish this effect if you use it wisely.

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Increase your productivity and launch your app sooner with these five tips.

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How do arrays work in Ruby? How are they different from other programming languages? You will learn this and more in this post.

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CSS and regular expressions? yep, they make a powerful combination, take a look.

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There is more to it than classes and id’s, in this tutorial you’ll learn to select elements based on their attributes and/or values.

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I have written a lot of CSS code where I wanted to invert a button, link, and many other element’s colors when the user hovered it, and all this time I’ve been using CSS’ pseudo class “:hover” when I could’ve done it a lot faster in JQuery. I did not think about this until today and in fact I wrote this script right before this post.

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From what you’ve seen on the last two tutorials I bet you are thinking that Ruby is starting to look a lot like PHP, but the truth is Ruby is one of the most object oriented programming languages and you are about to see why and how.

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RSS is still a great way to distribute content and some of the coolest mashups ups are RSS reading scripts. In this post I will show you how to read an RSS file so you can make your own.

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Variables exist in every language, and they are easy to work with in Ruby. In this post you’ll learn about the types of variables and naming conventions used.

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Today you will learn how to execute two functions on an object in one line.

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If you’ve tried everything but still can’t install flash on firefox this might be the answer.

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