Drew Douglass
Hi, I'm Drew and I am a freelance developer and designer. I love all things having to do with PHP, MySQL, CSS, or jQuery. You can find my weekly articles on the ThemeForest blog and at Dev-Tips.com. Feel free to follow me if you're a fellow twitter addict.
Latest Posts
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    PHP
    Display Anything you want from the Envato API using PHP200x200
    If you're unaware, Envato has a stable and fantastic API to work with that is super powerful and super simple. The latest version (at the time of writing) is release v2. In this article, we'll review how to access every single public set from the Envato API.Read More…
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    Building a Blog from Scratch with Frog CMSArticle thumbnail
    We tend to cover a lot of CMSs; especially WordPress related material and topics. While WordPress is an absolutely wonderful CMS, there are some other content management systems out there that don't get the credit they deserve. One worth noting is the Frog CMS, an open source simple content management system. From what I can tell, the greatest thing Frog has going for it is its simplicity. It feels blazingly fast and the way everything is organized is very intuitive. Today, we will take an in depth look at getting started with the Frog CMS, as well as building our own blog from scratch.Read More…
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    Interviews
    An Interview with David Walsh200x200
    David Walsh is a well-known, twenty-six year old, web developer in the community. In addition to his blog, he contributed to the creation of Script and Style, and is a core team member for the Mootools framework. Today, we'll talk with him about his day-to-day workflow, JavaScript, and web development in general. Read More…
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    Interviews
    jQuerified With Karl Swedberg200x200
    I recently had the extreme pleasure of chatting with Karl Swedberg about Javascript and web development in general. Karl is the author of several Javascript books such as Learning jQuery and jQuery Reference Guide. Join us as we take a look inside the mind of a humble and talented developer.Read More…
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    Web Roundups
    30+ Amazing Mac Apps for Developers200x200
    One of the most important aspects of being a web developer is having the correct tools and applications at your disposal to get the job done. These applications can range from text editors with helpful features, to screen capturing software to display video and/or audio to a client or your users. Today, we will have a look at 30+ amazing Mac applications for web developers.Read More…
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    Web Roundups
    Best of the Web: February200x200
    With the end of February comes a new monthly roundup on the Tuts+ sites. Each month we like to bring you some of our favorite articles, tutorials, and code snippets from all around the web. Today we will go over the best of the web from February 2009, covering everything from Ruby On Rails to Wordpress tutorials.Read More…
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    Interviews
    Chatting With Chris CoyierChristhumbnail
    Many of us here at Nettuts+ are big fans of Chris Coyier and his work on CSS-Tricks.com. Throughout the years Chris has published many tutorials, websites, and scripts to help designers and developers improve their skills. Today, we will sit down with the man behind these articles, and chat with him about CSS, design, and life in the town of Portland.Read More…
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    Web Roundups
    Best of the Web: January200x200
    The first month of 2009 has already come and gone, which means it's time to take a look back and reflect on the best of the month. Today, we will review the 25 most excellent tutorials, articles, and scripts of January 2009. Read More…
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    JavaScript & AJAX
    What You Need to Know About jQuery 1.3 200x200
    The web development community became intensely excited on January 14, 2009 when jQuery version 1.3.0 was officially released. jQuery 1.3 brings with it significant improvements, especially when it comes to speed. In addition, the developers were able to keep jQuery as small as ever while adding some great and often requested features. Today, we will have an in depth look at the new features, and how you can squeeze the most out of it.Read More…
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    Interviews
    Chatting With Cameron Moll200x200
    Many of you are familiar with Cameron Moll via his successful books, Mobile Web Design, and CSS Mastery. Today, we'll be talking with him about everything ranging from rock bands to the future of the web. -Jeffrey Read More…
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    Web Roundups
    The 20 Most Practical and Creative Uses of jQuery 200x200
    There have been plenty of posts on the number of awesome jQuery plugins and where to find them. However, sometimes it is best not to rely on third party plugins and resources. Do it yourself the old fashioned way! Today, we will have a look at 20+ creative uses of jQuery in modern day websites and applications; sure to inspire you for your next project.Read More…
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    Web Roundups
    The Best Tutorials and Freebies of 2008Img5
    It's hard to believe that 2008 has already come and gone. However, the year was not without some fantastic articles, tutorials, tips, and freebies spread throughout the Internet. Today, we will take some time to reflect on the most outstanding development related articles of 2008. So hurry up and review these before the Langoliers get them!Read More…