Really Useful Tutorials You Should Have Read in May 2010

This update covers really useful tutorials, tips and techniques that you should have read in May 2010. Featured publications include: Nettuts+, Marcofolio, Perishable Press, Impressive Webs, Codrops, W3Avenue, Tutorialzine, Digging into WordPress, JankoAtWarpSpeed, Six Revisions, UsabilityPost, Echo Enduring, Addy Osmani, Web is Love, Build Internet, IBM DeveloperWorks, Steven Benner’s Blog, Deluxe Blog Tips, and Dark Crimson.

Featured authors include: Marco Kuiper, Jeff Starr, Louis Lazaris, Martin Angelov, Paul Irish, Janko Jovanovic, Saud Khan, Matt Ward, Adnan Osmani, Mary Lou, Steven Benner, Dmitry Fadeyev, Dietmar Krueger, Michela Chiucini, Erik Wurzer, Joe Casabona, John Cox, Alexander Dawson, Brian Muse, Ros Hodgekiss, Tran Ngoc Tuan Anh, Michael Galpin, Ben Lister, and Fayaz Ahmed.

So which tutorials you found most useful. Also feel free to recommend any good article that we may have missed.

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2 Responses to “Really Useful Tutorials You Should Have Read in May 2010”
  1. I could not understand why this article came up here: PHP include vs. require

    • W3Avenue Team says:

      We believe this article provides simple but useful tip for many PHP developers, specially newbies.

      Frankly it is true that a lot of developer misuse PHP include & require; causing unnecessary problems. Therefore, although it is fundamental stuff, we believe it is something worth talking about.

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