In this episode of QuickBytes, your host Mark discusses how to integrate PayPal buttons into your webpage.
SQL– also known as Standard Query Language– is the language of databases. It allows you to communicate with databases using a standardized language that is generally the same across different database brands. The advantage, of course, is that you don’t … Continue reading
Java and C++ are two popular programming languages used for enterprise level application development. C++ is an older language with a heritage in the C programming language dating back to the 1970’s. Java was created by Sun Microsystems in the … Continue reading
In this latest episode of Quickbytes, follow along with Mark Lassoff and create your first video player using the simplicity of HTML5. Mark will also discuss compatibility and supported video file types.
by Mark Lassoff If you prefer you may access all the code for this tutorial in my GitHub repository. We’re going to animate a video game character within a web browser. This can be accomplished fairly easily with the proper … Continue reading
If you’re new to HTML development, WordPress is a great environment to start applying your HTML skills. In this article we’ll take a closer look at how to use HTML for WordPress. WordPress itself has two modes for authoring content. … Continue reading
The venerable “Hello World” program is usually the first program developers write when learning a new language– or their first language. Let’s take a tour of what the “Hello World” program looks like in eight popular programming languages. Hello World … Continue reading
Creating an HTML email blast is not all that complex. They are very similar to a web browser except for the fact that they are displayed in a mail client, not a regular web browser. You often have a limited … Continue reading