Showing posts with label Web Development. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Web Development. Show all posts

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Be a King in Big Data

Big Data Tutorial List

Thursday, December 29, 2016

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Be a King of Rails

Useful Links for Rails
Official Website
Ruby on Rails official blog
Interactive course on rails
Basic Question - Answers

Tutorial for Rails Development
Railscasts by Ryan Bates
Ruby on Rails tutorials by Lynda.com

Expert of Rails to follow
NameTwitterGoogle+Website/BlogLinkedInOther links
Yukihiro Matsumoto
David Heinemeier Hansson

Course for Rails Developer 
Rails Best Practices by CodeSchool
Rails for Zombies by CodeSchool
Interactive course on rails

Rails Developer Books
Name and AuthorURL
Ruby on Rails Tutorial, Learn Web Development with Rails - Michael Hartl
Multitenancy with Rails - Ryan Bigg

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Top ruby Podcast for the Developer

Ruby Podcast's

Sunday, December 25, 2016

Top Resources for Learning Ruby

Ruby conferences all over the world
RubyConf by Ruby Central
Ruby Toolbox - Pointers to almost all gems and tools, presented in comparative manner
Ruby Daily Newspaper
Ruby Weekly

Thursday, December 22, 2016

Be a King of Node


Node Talks

Simple Guide

Video Tutorials 

Useful node.js tools.

  • Node express boilerplate - Node Express Boilerplate gives the developer a clean slate, while bundling enough useful features to remove all of those redundant tasks that can derail a project before it even gets started.
  • - Socket.IO is a cross-browser Web socket that aims to make real-time apps possible in every browser and mobile device, blurring the distinctions between the various transport mechanisms. It’s care-free real time, in JavaScript.
  • - Real-time log monitoring in your browser.
  • Stylus - An Expressive CSS Markup Language for Node.js.
  • Jade - Jade is a template engine for Node.js applications. It combines great power and flexibility with a nice and clean syntax.

Node Official

Interview Questions

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Be a King of Python

Top Video Tutorials for Python

Python Experts to follow

Python Free Course 

Python Best Read Book

Python Best Blog to learning Python Programming
Miguel Grinberg

Python Official

Useful tutorial Links

  • Networking in Python - Networking in Python is a very interesting topic for Advanced Python Developers. A set of good tutorials in networking.

IDEs with code completion and other features.

  • Komodo - Multi-language IDE with support for Python 2.x and Python 3.x
  • PyCharm - Free open-source IDE with a smart Python editor providing quick code navigation, code completion, refactoring, unit testing and debugger.
  • WingIDE - Commercial Python IDE with advanced debugger, editor with vi, emacs, visual studio and other key bindings, auto-completion, auto-editing, snippets, goto-definition, find uses, refactoring, unit testing, source browser, and much more.
  • NetBeans - Python/Jython support in NetBeans. Open source, allows Python and Jython Editing, code-completion, debugger, refactoring, templates, syntax analysis, etc.
  • VS Tools for Python - Open-source plugin for Visual Studio 2010, 2012 and 2013. Supports syntax highlighting, debugging and rich intellisense, refactoring, object browser, MPI cluster debugging, Django intellisense and debugging, development REPL window and a debugging REPL window.
  • Atom - 4th Generation enhanced GUI, rich integrated enviornmet for multiple languages including python.

Python Podcast's


  • pudb - A visual, console-based, full-screen debugger, designed as a more comfortable drop-in replacement for pdb.
  • pyDebug - Debugger for Python programs with a graphical user interface.
  • gdb - Windows Pyclewn allows using Vim as a front end to a debugger. Pyclewn currently supports gdb and pdb.


  • pyUnit - Unit testing library for python.
  • zopeTesting - Provides a powerful test runner that supports test discovery and a wide range of options to control how tests are run and results reported.

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Be a King in AngularJS

Be a King in AngularJS 

Video Tutorial for AngularJS
Egghead AngularJS screencasts
Shaping up with AngularJS
Angular 2

Experts to Follow for AngularJS

NameTwitterGoogle+Website/BlogGitHubLinkedInOther links
Todd Motto
Ben Nadel
John Papa

Course for AngularJS

Codecademy's interactive course on AngularJS
A Beginner’s Guide to AngularJS

Books for AngularJS

Angular Basics

Blog for Learning AngularJS

A better way to learn AngularJS

Usefull Links for AngularJS 

The basic tutorials
Best practices to be followed

Sunday, December 18, 2016

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Grow Your Website Traffic Using This Top 5 WordPress Plugins

All in one SEO Pack

This is really the first must-have WordPress plugin on the list. The plugin is actively installed on millions of blogs and is the standard for SEO optimization. The free version offers a huge list of SEO resources including support for SEO on custom post types, automatic title optimization for Google search, auto-generation of META tags and avoiding duplicate titles.
After enabling the plugin, you will have to set it up to run properly. Go to All in One SEO and then General Settings.
  • Checking canonical URLs will automatically generate permanent links to articles and avoid duplicate content
  • Under Home Page Settings, you have the opportunity of creating a SEO-rich title, description and keywords
  • Use the plugin to verify webmaster tools for Google, Bing and Pinterest
Download Plugin

Google XML Sitemaps

As powerful as the search engines are, even they get lost sometimes on their way around your blog. If a search engine cannot find its way around, your pages and posts won’t be indexed and won’t show up in search results.

Creating a sitemap helps by offering a guide for search engine crawlers around your website. With the Google XML Sitemap plugin, it’s easier for the crawlers to see the complete structure of your blog which means you’ll show up in Google, Bing, Yahoo and searches.
This is another one that you basically just enable and let it run. You will want to add it in Google Webmaster Tools by clicking “Crawl” then “Sitemaps” and then submitting the sitemap. Google XML Sitemaps will notify the search engines automatically every time you create a new post.

Digg Digg

The Digg Digg WordPress plugin is favorite social sharing plugin by a long-shot. The plugin displays your social share buttons on top or on the side of posts and includes 22 different social sites.

There are four options for sharing buttons placement. The most popular is the floating social share area because it ensures that your readers are always just a click away from sharing your content. No matter far down the page is scrolled, the share buttons follow the page.
It is difficult enough to get readers to share your content. You need to make it as easy and as top-of-mind as possible. Before floating social share buttons, if a reader scrolled down  past the beginning of your post, there was a good chance they’d forget that sharing was even an option.

AddThis Mobile Share

The AddThis Sharing Buttons plugin offers some great tools for mobile. It makes it super easy for your mobile visitors to share your content with a single tap. It also offers some nice customization options to match your website or blog. Mobile traffic is growing rapidly and it’s easy to lose shares from your mobile readers but this plugin will help you fix that right away.

WordPress Popular Posts

After you’ve built some authority on your blog and are showing up on Google, visitors from search are going to start accounting for a majority of traffic. Make an impression by showing off your best work and you might just convert them to long-term readers that come back to the blog on a regular basis.

That’s where the WordPress Popular Posts plugin comes in. The plugin creates a widget that you can place on your blog and show a ranking of posts. The widget is extremely customizable and can be set to show posts with the most views over the last 24 hours, 7 days, 30 days or all-time.
Not only can you show a list of popular posts but you can also limit the list to a specific category. I have one list that displays my most popular product review (aka affiliate) posts. It highlights the affiliate products that people read most and increases my website revenue.