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How to Build a Semi-Circle Donut Chart With CSS

Although HTML5 Canvas and SVG might be more elegant solutions for building charts, in this tutorial we’ll learn how to build our very own donut chart with nothing but plain CSS. To get an idea of what we’ll be creating, have a look at the embedded CodePen demo below: HTML Markup We start with some . . . Read more

Android From Scratch: Using REST APIs

Most of us have developed voracious appetites for new information, what with the Internet being such an important part of our lives. Our attention spans too are shorter than ever, so building Android applications whose content is static can be a bad idea. Instead, you should consider building applications that can display . . . Read more

Building Your Startup: Delivering the Meeting Invitation

What You’ll Be Creating Introduction This tutorial is part of the Building Your Startup With PHP series on Envato Tuts+. In this series, I’m guiding you through launching a startup from concept to reality using my Meeting Planner app as a real-life example. Every step along the way, I’ll release . . . Read more

Command-Line WordPress

What You’ll Be Creating Developers and users of WordPress are all too familiar with the /wp-admin administration panel and how it works. This guide is for users and admin alike. I’ve heard them many times complaining (system admins in particular) about WordPress, and how due to the plethora of configuration . . . Read more

Useful *NIX Shell Commands for Web Developers

So, why *NIX and why do you need to go to the console? According to the statistics of W3Techs, Unix is used by 68% of all the websites whose operating system they know. This means that if you are web developer, your code is most probably running on a Linux . . . Read more

Mailgun Delivers a New Reporting Dashboard

What You’ll Be Creating Back in May, Exploring Mailgun: The Email Engine for Developers encouraged you to make yourself familiar with the capabilities of Mailgun, my favorite programmable email service. Then, in June, I wrote about using Mailgun’s inbound mail capabilities in our startup series focus application, Meeting Planner. And of course, . . . Read more

What’s New in watchOS 3: Background Tasks

Introduction With the upcoming watchOS 3 update to all Apple Watch devices, the performance of many watch applications is going to significantly improve. This is mainly due to the new forms of background execution which watchOS apps can take advantage of in order to refresh their content periodically and always . . . Read more

New Course on WordPress Basics: Create a Navigation Menu

What You’ll Be Creating Navigation menus are key parts of most sites. A good navigation menu will help your visitors find their way around the site and connect to your content. In our new Coffee Break Course, WordPress Basics: Create a Navigation Menu, Envato Tuts+ instructor Rachel McCollin will teach you how . . . Read more