Top 10 Professional Sample Code Websites For Programmers Most programmers are not just desktop programmers, web programmers or scripting gurus – they are often all of the above. Over time, most software developers find that it’s much easier to re-use code components than it is to recreate the wheel every time you write an application. Over time, these developers typically archive a library of these reusable modules in order to save time the next time they need to do the same task. Now, thanks to the power of the Internet, there is a proliferation of websites where professional programmers offer these modules to the general public for absolutely free. Choosing the Top Websites for Sample Code Every developer has a list of their favorite websites where they not only search for free sample code, but they also take part in the developer community that exists at these sites. The following is, by no means, an exhaustive list of the best developer websites online. #1 – Programmer’s Heaven #2 – SourceForge.net #3 – CodeGuru #4 – The Code Project #5 – DevX
Converting @font-face Fonts Quickly In Any OS Converting fonts quickly will help speed up production of your projects and can easily integrate into your workflow. I love experimenting with web fonts, but using the hodgepodge of free and open source desktop tools to convert them manually is time consuming. To speed things up a bit, Font Squirrel created the excellent @Font-Face Generator web application which not only generates the fonts for you, but also creates a stylesheet a developer can import and use the font immediately. This tool is not intended to replace Font Squirrel’s tool (as a matter of fact, their tool has a few more options than mine). If you’re not familiar with the command line on your particular operating system, this may not be the solution for you. Download the CSS3 Font Converter from GitHub Examples Before we start using the tool, I have included a few examples. In all cases, the original fonts were in True Type format. Usage convertFonts.sh <filelist> $ convertFonts.sh *.ttf Installation Notes Image Credit
HTML Tutorial 40+ Useful HTML5 Examples and Tutorials HTML5 examples can be really good inspiration for anyone starting a new web project, after all it is the future of web page markup and we all need to prepare for it. HTML5 is being developed as the next major revision of HTML (HyperText Markup Language). The major market and Internet leaders are already switching to the HTML 5 platform. With Apple and Google both pushing the standards in order to facilitate more advanced web development, we now see HTML 5 implementations popping up all over the place as more companies get on board with the advanced features. With the constant drop of Flash usage in web and Internet applications, HTML5 is opening new doors to web designers and developers. Keep in mind that besides coding your own web site from ground up you can also kick start your project using a WordPress theme. Advertisement Let check out some HTML5 Examples HTML 5 Demos and Examples This site have HTML5 examples all over the place and good ones too. HTML5 Web Applications html5test.com
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How to Make / Create Your Own Website: The Beginner's A-Z ... The essential step by step guide on how to set up a website by Christopher Heng, thesitewizard.com This tutorial shows you how to make or create a website. It is intended for the beginner and layperson, taking you step by step through the whole process from the very beginning. The Essential Step-by-Step Guide to Making Your Own Website Get Your Domain Name The first thing you need to do before anything else is to get yourself a domain name. Conclusion Naturally the above guide is not exhaustive. Copyright © 2006-2016 Christopher Heng. Do you find this article useful? This article is copyrighted. It will appear on your page as: How to Make / Create a Website: The Beginner's A-Z Guide Copyright © 2006-2016 Christopher Heng.
11 Outstanding Online Resources for Web Developers This series is supported by Rackspace, the better way to do hosting. Learn more about Rackspace's hosting solutions here. If you're a web developer, you're almost certainly constantly looking for ways to improve your skills, expand your technology arsenal, and keep on top of the latest trends in development and design. Whether you need to pick up a new coding language, get informed about new standards, brush up on best practices, or simply get inspired by great examples from your peers, we've collated a number of great resources to help you stay at the top of your game. Have a look at some of the online repositories for great development information and inspiration below, and be sure to tell us about any other trusted sources we haven't included in the list that other developers should check out. 1. 2. Taking a holistic approach to the subject of web development, A List Apart is "for people who make websites" including designers, developers, and online content creators of all stripes. 3.
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Aktionsbuendnis: Urheberrecht fuer Bildung und Wissenschaft Internet Explorer for Mac the Easy Way: Run IE 7, IE8, & IE9 Free in a Virtual Machine If you’re a Mac user that requires the usage of Internet Explorer under Mac OS X, you’ll find your choices are generally as follows: run IE on top of Mac OS X with Wine which can be slow and buggy, dual boot Windows and Mac OS X which is a nuisance because it requites rebooting, or use virtualization with something like Parallels, VMWare, or VirtualBox. Virtualization is generally the best method because you can run IE and other Windows apps directly atop OS X, but some of the VM software is expensive and you still need a Windows license key, right? Wrong! Run Internet Explorer 7, 8, 10, & 11 in Mac OS X the Easy & Free Way We’re going to walk you through how to install Internet Explorer 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 in a virtual machine running Windows, directly in Mac OS X – for free. Notes: the admin password for all of the IE VMs is “Password1″ without the quotes. Installation size per IE Virtual Machine is about 11GB, to install all Windows VM’s it will take about 48GB of disk space.
Google Suche in PHP verwenden Danke für die Links. Habe jetzt mal den Code aus dem Developer's Guide benutzt, aber ich kann nicht sehen welche Variablen im Objekt sind. Hier mal mein Code: Code: Den Klassennamen gibt er mir aus "stdClass". Muss man vorher noch was konfigurieren damit es klappt? Character Sets / Character Encoding Issues Introduction Let’s first define some terms to make it easier to understand the following sections (taken from the book XML Internationalization and Localization). See also the introductory WIKI page on i18n. A character is the smallest component of written language that has a semantic value. Examples of characters are letters, ideographs (e.g. Chinese characters), punctuation marks, digits etc. A character set is a group of characters without associated numerical values. Coded character sets are character sets in which each character is associated with a scalar value: a code point. In many cases, the encoding is just a direct projection of the scalar values, and there is no real distinction between the coded character set and its serialized representation. Unicode and its encodings For Unicode (also called Universal Character Set or UCS), a coded character set developed by the Unicode consortium, there a several possible encodings: UTF-8, UTF-16, and UTF-32. PHP and character sets if ( !