We’re pleased to announce that you will find TinyMCE related content on our new blog. Moving forward, we will post all TinyMCE and developer-related content there too.
WordPress fans rejoice. We transcribed Om Malik’s interview with Matt Mullenweg from WordCamp Europe 2017. Here’s an unedited transcript of the interview, with pix and tweets for extra value. Enjoy!
The techniques and philosophies behind Functional Programming are considered the “bread-and-butter” within the Ephox Engineering team. Developer Dylan Just continues his two-part series on sharing the influential talks in FP that have been critical to the team’s success. In this post, he dives into the mathematical theory that underlies a lot of the core concepts functional programming, Category Theory.
It’s no longer enough for WordPress developers and agencies to build great websites for their clients. In this post we’ll give you 3 simple ways to use content tools to win your clients over.
Toptal developer Juan Manuel Varela decided to reinvent the wheel and create his own grid system. He says he was “surprised by how easy it turned out to be”. Read on to see how he did it.
React has fundamentally changed the way front-end developers build their web apps, making them faster and more efficient than ever before. Yet underneath all the magic, some React apps still tend to perform poorly. Toptal guest author William Wang covers how to avoid common pitfalls in setting up components and best practices for creating a more performant web application in React.
In this post, guest Toptal author and Android Developer Emran Bajrami walks through a sneak peek at Xamarin for cross-platform application development. Learn about the different features and mechanisms behind Xamarin to help you save time (and money) developing for your mobile project.
I recently stumbled on a remarkable TED talk by Elise Roy called, “When we design for disability we all benefit.” If you are a product designer, you should watch it. In the talk, she put forth a personal and universally applicable premise: Designers who take into account users’ disabilities almost invariably improve their project. Designing for…