We recently asked our Pixafy team which apps they use on a regular basis and received a ton of responses! Last week, we brought you part 1 of “50 Essential Mobile Apps.” Here’s part 2, with 25 additional essential mobile apps that Pixafy folks use on a regular basis: (more…)
Following Pixafy on Twitter is a great way to get quick nuggets of useful tips, articles and news; we’re regularly on there interacting and sharing. If you’ve fallen behind, here are a few selections from our account worth your time and attention: (more…)
April showers are done, and it’s time for May flowers! As the month begins, what were you reading last month? Here’s the most popular blog posts on thinkbuildblog for April: (more…)
Hopefully by now you’re following us on Twitter, but if not, you’re missing out on quick tips, great tutorials and news items that are worth a look! Here are some examples of content we’ve shared recently: (more…)
Great developers are always learning. They know that there’s always room to grow, and with a rapidly-expanding list of cutting edge technologies to wrangle with, it’s imperative to stay informed. Thankfully, there are many resources that help developers increase their knowledge base, including plenty of free or low-cost tutorial sites, blogs, and even Twitter streams that are readily available on the web.
Twitter can actually be a useful tool for tech-minded learners to keep abreast of interesting trends, development tips, and new releases. Pixafy asked our own developers which Twitter accounts they find essential and received a wide range of responses, from accounts that are informative, to inspirational, to just plain fun!
Here are 25 developer-centric Twitter accounts we like – no guarantees, but following them *just* may help you become a more amazing rockstar developer! (more…)
While much of our Twitter output this week has focused on the Magento Imagine eCommerce conference, we’re still sharing great resources that we’re finding. Here are some examples taken from our Twitter stream; be sure to follow us so you can get all of them! (more…)
If you’re not following us on Twitter, you’re missing out on more great content that our team has brought to our attention, and we in turn bring to yours. Here’s examples of some great articles we’ve come across recently that are worth your time: (more…)
“Pub/Sub” is short for publishing and subscribing. It is derived from the observer pattern (click here for more on the observer pattern). The overall idea is that when a certain event fires (or action takes place), listeners that are subscribed to it execute. This allows for extensive asynchronous development as you can easily hook on to your jQuery AJAX callbacks and keep clean and concise code.