This is something I’ve always wanted to implement for my team but never could find the right tool for the job. We’ve tried a delicious.com account, a Kippt feed, and just dropping interesting links into Campfire, but it’s always been a broken process. It’s currently in beta testing so it may take a while to get signed up. I went ahead and signed up and will post a more in-depth review once we have a few weeks of usage under our belts.
If you’re a CSS freak like me, then you know how important it is for your CSS to be immaculately formatted, prettified, and minified.
Ever needed to vertically and horizontally center something with CSS? Don’t use tables – use this instead!
Whenever you need to check on your progress with a responsive design, just use a tiny browser. It’s definitely no replacement for a touch device, but it works great for my development workflow.
Backup your site files and database to Dropbox at set intervals. Easy to set up and use.
Great post by Chip over on the UpThemes blog. Make sure to give it a read.
I decided to write a little post about the new Theme Customizer in WordPress 3.4. It’s definitely an interesting read if you’ve got time.
For PHP developers, phpDocumentor is a critical piece of software that turns your inline comments into a website. Previously this was done by creating an ugly frame-based set of HTML files. Today, phpDocumentor 2 is a clean, beautiful way to accomplish that very same thing. Their new website is powered by Bootstrap and it appears phpDocumentor is also now Bootstrap-enabled (I have not downloaded it just yet but I plan to later).