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How to parse a CSV file using ruby

Posted by Johnathan Ward on Sep 14, 2012 in Ruby, Web Development Tutorials | 0 comments

Here’s a simple tip on how to parse a comma separated value or CSV file using ruby. Ruby has a standard library available that makes this task very simple. All we need to do is open a CSV file, read it, and...

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How to Start Website

Posted by Johnathan Ward on Apr 5, 2012 in Web Development Tutorials | 11 comments

The internet is ingrained in most of our day to day lives at this point. It’s hard for me to imagine a day that I do not touch the internet in some way. While most people utilize the internet every day, they...

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Simple Array Comparison with Ruby

Posted by Johnathan Ward on Mar 23, 2012 in Ruby, Web Development Tutorials | 6 comments

I ran into a task where I needed to find the differences with some data. Since...

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Why Zen-Coding is an Awesome Time Saver

Posted by Johnathan Ward on Feb 29, 2012 in Productivity, Web Development Tutorials | 9 comments

If you are a web developer doing any kind of CSS and HTML work then you need to be using the zen-coding plugins. So what exactly is zen-coding? It’s not a new language, but more of shortcut system for generating structured code, such as HTML or XML, using a CSS selector like syntax. If you don’t get it yet, you’ll see the beauty within seconds of playing with the language.

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What’s new in HTML 5

Posted by Johnathan Ward on Dec 27, 2011 in HTML Tutorials, Web Development Tutorials | 7 comments

It’s been way too long since we’ve posted anything. With all the...

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8 Must Have iPhone Cheat Sheets for Web Developers

Posted by Johnathan Ward on Aug 8, 2011 in Reviews | 1 comment

When it comes to development, there are always simple things that we as...

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Fix the timthumb.php WordPress exploit

Posted by Johnathan Ward on Aug 2, 2011 in Web Development Tutorials, WordPress Tutorials | 6 comments

There was a recent exploit found in a common file used to generate thumbnails....

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