(Disclaimer: This post was originally written by me on the ThemeForest Community blog in 2012. It was deleted in the mean time but the content is still relevant in my opinion so I’m re-posting it here. I hope you find it helpful.)
If it’s the first time you are making a theme for ThemeForest it might be difficult to get approved, but it’s not impossible. The standards are really high these days, but if you really want to get approved you will.
Continue reading 5 Tips on How to Get Approved on ThemeForest
Recently I built a Landing Page and wanted to implement a newsletter subscription form integrated with Mailchimp. Most of the tutorials I found online were for older versions of the Mailchimp API or for specific platforms like WordPress so I decided to write this post explaining how I implemented it using PHP and jQuery.
Continue reading Building a Subscription form with PHP and the Mailchimp 3.0 API
I have always wanted to do a post like this, so here it goes! From left to right here are the Apps on my dock.
Continue reading What’s on my Dock? Preferred Development Tools and Apps
Whenever you start a virtual server you are provided with a local IP that you can access through the browser. This works fine most of the times, but if you need to use an external service like the Facebook API you might have to fake the IP as a real domain. You can do this easily by creating an alias.
Continue reading Quick Tip – How to Create an Alias for an Host on Mac OS
In this this post I will tell you how you can setup Django on your local machine. After following this tutorial you will be able to start developing your first Django project on your computer without needing an online server.
Continue reading Your First Django Project – Creating a “Hello World!” Website
Hello there and thanks for stopping by! As you can see this is my first post. Why did I create this blog? Mainly because I have always wanted to have a place where I can share all the cool things I learn while coding. This blog is that desire turned into reality!
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