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Creating a basic iPad application

Because of the recent announcement of the iPad 2 more people are going to want to learn how to develop for the iPhone OS. I recently purchased an iPad 2 3G with o2, so far the broadband has been flawless. This tutorial will be a basic walk-through for beginners who want to start developing. The […]

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Web Hosting Providers: How to Utilize Your cPanel to Its Fullest

In your web hosting account, there is what you call the cPanel, short for Control Panel. This is where you will have access to everything you need to build your website and upload any necessary information and data. If you are a beginner to webhosting and cpanel use, then you should familiarize yourself with the […]

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Build a Twitter-like site with CodeIgniter and jQuery Part 2

Don't forget to check out part 1 if you have no read it. In the second part of this 5 part tutorial series on how to build a Twitter-like website, we will be creating a signup form so that users can register to our website. We will be adding records to the database that we […]

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Build a Twitter-like site with CodeIgniter and jQuery

This tutorial will be the first of a five part series where we will built a social network site similar to Twitter from scratch. We will be using the CodeIgniter framework for the core of the website and jQuery for the effects. In this first part we will be configuring CodeIgniter to display everything correctly […]

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Deep Linking with jQuery

You can view a demo and download the resources for this tutorial at the bottom of the post. Web 2.0 websites have a lot of Ajax functionality, some times when you load a new element of a page you may want the user to be able to click the back or forward button so that […]

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Twitter-like pagination using CakePHP and jQuery

I have already done this tutorial with CodeIgniter and jQuery it can be found here. I thought I would do this tutorial again but rewrite it for CakePHP because it is a popular PHP framework. Before we start doing any PHP code make sure to copy in the code below into your MySQL database. CREATE […]

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