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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

Let’s Go: Command-Line Programs With Golang

Overview The Go Language is an exciting new language that gains a lot of popularity for a good reason. In this tutorial you’ll learn how to write command-line programs with Go. The sample program is called multi-git, and it allows you to execute git commands on multiple repositories at the same . . . Read more