The world of web development is constantly changing, with new development, business and productivity tools being introduced every single day. The vast majority of these tools will prove to be useful to at least some developers out there, but which ones do you actually need to use, and which ones are just fun to play around with?
Working as a freelance designer affords you an incredible amount of flexibility in how you live your life. You can usually work when and where you want, earn as much (or as little) as you wish. Here you'll find a few good tips to help you make more.
Creating a great foodie website isn't exactly rocket science, but I've put together these handy tips to help you along in your digital, culinary journey. Be warned - there are some mouth-watering examples!
Rails has exploded over the last years, evolved from being the underdog to becoming one of the most widely used web frameworks today. Those working with Rails are hardly surprised, they've been telling the rest of us this will happen eventually, and it seems they were right. This article is for the naysayers and haters, as well as those simply interested in just how diverse Rails websites can be.
There are many methods to earn money from your blog. Making money by creating a job board is one such earning method you should know of and at least consider implementing. Unlike ads that distract the reader off your blog, a job board is a separate entity, and only people who are interested in it will go on and check it out. WPJobBoard is a plugin for WordPress which lets you create a WordPress job board easily and in very little time. Read on to learn more about it.
The biggest, most watched sporting event in the world has already started, the first matches are behind and it's safe to say - the world loves soccer. As do we at WebDesignLibrary. That's why we gathered 30+ cliparts, icons, vectors and creative posters inspired by World Cup 2014 for you to enjoy and use in your projects