Get A Course That Will Have You Coding In No Time [Deals]

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The best online courses are the ones that provide you with all the dirty little details. This HTML5 Crash Course starts with the first principles of HTML and builds your skills as you go through to the end.

Let’s be honest, you’ve come up with a stellar idea but have had no where to take it. So do it yourself! Now you’ll have the skills to take that idea to the next level, bringing it to life for all to marvel at…and for just $29 to boot!

Why Learning About CSS Is Important [Deals]

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I’m no web designer. I’m not a coder either. I’ve either used WordPress or Squarespace to build my sites, which enables me to focus on content more than anything else. But there are times where I wish I knew more about CSS (or more specifically, CSS3) so I could make changes to my templates – even minor ones. I wish I knew how to take care of some of those things so I didn’t have to read up how to do it online – and spend an inordinate amount of time doing so – and then hope that I did it right because all I’ve done is copy and paste some code.

Cult of Mac Deals has an actionable video course that will help you wrap your head around CSS3 (and HTML5) during this limited time offer. For $39 you’ll get this course – and learn about some essential coding practices in the process.

Build And Launch iOS Games With This Actionable Video Course [Deals]

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Ending Soon: The Build-A-Website Bundle [Deals]

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As the web becomes a place where more and more people spend their time reading, learning, and earning, learning to code for the web is a skill that is gaining traction with the masses. No longer is the idea of coding for the web considered an arduous thing to learn. Not only that, but the means that we are able to learn on the Internet give us even more options to build skill sets in areas we never though accessible – or even possible with our busy lives – before.

This Cult of Mac Deals offer provides you with one such option – and at a tremendous savings!

Dominate The Web With The HTML5 And CSS3 Code Bundle [Deals]

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As the web becomes a place where more and more people spend their time reading, learning, and earning, learning to code for the web is a skill that is gaining traction with the masses. No longer is the idea of coding for the web considered an arduous thing to learn. Not only that, but the means that we are able to learn on the Internet give us even more options to build skill sets in areas we never though accessible – or even possible with our busy lives – before.

This Cult of Mac Deals offer provides you with one such option – and at a tremendous savings!

Amazon Snubs The App Store, Makes MP3 Store Available Through Mobile Safari

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The New York Times Launches New HTML5 Web App Optimized For iPad

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The best way to read The Times on your iPad.
The best way to read The Times on your iPad.

The New York Times has today launched a new, “experimental” web app designed for optimal reading on the iPad. Built using HTML5, the app is available exclusively to digital subscribers with tablet access, as well as home delivery subscribers who link their account for digital access.

The app boasts a number of unique features, including four new ways to read the NYT, new “swipe-friendly” navigation gestures, and more.

Stunning Content Optimizer InboundWriter Coming Soon To An iPad Near You [Exclusive]

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InboundWriter is one of those stunning, trick applications you’re surprised even exists. It’s a web-based text editor that allows you to see — via a big speedometer-like gauge — how well you’ve tuned your document to be search-engine friendly (otherwise known as search-engine optimization, or SEO), and then gives you the tools to tweak your document’s SEO to perfection. And yes, it’s free — so long as you don’t go over eight documents per month.

But since its launch early this year in May of last year, InboundWriter has been running on Flash, making it annoyingly unavailable on the iPad. But that’s about to change; it’s been re-worked from the ground up to run on HTML5, and has even had its aspect ratio optimized for the iPad.