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  1. HTTPie, a Human-Friendly cURL-Like Tool

    cURL is a commonly used command-line tool for making HTTP requests. In this tutorial, we'll have a look at HTTPie, a command-line tool for making HTTP requests in a human-friendly way. HTTPie uses commands with simple and natural syntax and displays the output in a presentable manner. From the official docs:HTTPie (pronounced aitch-tee-tee-pie) is a command line HTTP client. Its goal…

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    1. New Course: How to Use the Google Drive API

      What You'll Be CreatingWant to know how the Google Drive API works and how you can use it in your projects? If so, our new Coffee Break Course, How to Use the Google Drive API, is for you.In a super-condensed course of just ten minutes, Envato Tuts+ instructor Reggie Dawson will teach you how to authorize and access the Google Drive API, how to get a listing of files, and how to display a…

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    1. 11 Courses to Help You Master PHP Frameworks

      PHP frameworks can really speed up your development process. They provide you with a stable foundation to start from, so that you can spend time developing the important parts of your application rather than reinventing the wheel.But the proliferation of different PHP frameworks also means that there's a learning curve involved. As well as learning PHP, you need to learn the workings of…

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    1. Object-Oriented Autoloading in WordPress, Part 3

      In the last tutorial, we reviewed the original state of our autoloader and then went through a process of object-oriented analysis and design. The purpose of doing this is so that we can tie together everything that we've covered in this series and the introductory series. Secondly, the purpose of doing this in its own tutorial is so we can spend the rest of this time walking through our…

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    1. Object-Oriented Autoloading in WordPress, Part 2

      In the previous tutorial, we covered a handful of concepts, all of which are going to be necessary to fully understand what we're doing in this tutorial.Specifically, we covered the following topics: object-oriented interfaces the single responsibility principle how these look in PHP where we're headed with our plugin In some series, it's easy to skip tutorials that may not build on one…

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    1. Exploring Devise, Part 2

      IntroductionIn the first part of the tutorial, we learned how to install Devise and set it up in our Rails application. In this part, we will look at how to integrate DeviseInvitable.DeviseInvitable is an extension that works with Devise. With DeviseInvitable in your application, your users can invite their friends via emails. This is a great feature to include in your application if you…

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    1. What’s New in Node 6?

      Node.js has seen rapid and widespread adoption in the web development community, but for a long time it had a reputation for being slow to grow and evolve. Not any more! With a new open-source foundation, Node has moved to a six-month release cycle and is rapidly adding features. The latest long-term support version, 6.x, has more than 98% compatibility with the JavaScript ES6…

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    1. Customizer JavaScript APIs: The Previewer

      Let's assume we've built a theme with a number of Customizer Settings and Controls which allow your theme users to customize a number of things on the theme front-end such as the website title, tagline, and color.However, some of our users may not immediately be aware that they are able to customise these particular parts of the theme, especially if they are buried under multiple Panels…

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