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What makes Firebug a Developer’s delight?

Here’s an introduction to Firebug, which is used primarily for debugging client side scripts in real time and reducing development time. It also helps in creating bug-free code that can run across leading…

How to Improve the Performance of Drupal Sites

A site is only as fast as its last mile connectivity. If users access a site from a slow connection, even a site capable of responding quickly to requests will appear to be…

So, which of the Open Source CMSs take it?

Winner Takes All: WordPress vs Drupal vs Joomla!

In this article, we take a look at WordPress, Drupal and Joomla! to determine which of the three CMSs is leading the race in terms of specific usage. When it comes to CMSs,…

Dries Buytaert

It Can Be a Multi-billion Dollar Industry: Dries Buytaert on Drupal Businesses, Drupal 8…

Dries Buytaert, the creator and project lead of Drupal, recently visited India. LINUX For You caught up with him to understand his plans on expanding Drupal’s reach in India, what we can expect…

Drupal module development

A Quick-Start Practical Guide to Drupal Module Development

In this article, we attempt to build a simple module by learning some basics of the Drupal Module Core. You can extend Drupal by developing your own modules to suit your applications’ needs….

Web frameworks

All You Need to Know About Web Application Frameworks

Jargon fills our everyday lives on the Internet. The days when HTML and JavaScript used to be “cool” technologies are long gone. They are still very much an underlying part of the Net,…

Show me the money!

FreedomYUG: Go Forth And Copy Left

How To Successfully Earn a Living with FOSS — Part 1 Do you want to be an independent professional? More importantly, do you want to harness the tremendous business opportunities offered by Free…

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How WordPress Saved the Day

One fine day, the most formidable teacher in the school summons me. I go to her thinking these are my last few minutes in school. However, when I arrive, I’m pleasantly surprised: there’s…

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