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DEC
4
2017

Chrome DevTools for Responsive Web Design

Written on December 4, 2017 by Sven Graziani

In this post, I’d like to show you how you can get back control on your website porject with the Device Toolbar in the Google Chrome DevTools.


OCT
24
2017

Meme Generator with jQuery and Canvas

Written on October 24, 2017 by Manuel Wutte

In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a meme generator with the HTML element canvas. You can see the result here in my demo script: MEME GENERATOR Anyone who doesn’t know what a meme is will find a brief explanation below: Memes are pseudo images featuring a more or less meaningful text phrase. In […]


SEP
21
2017

Limit Download-Speed with CodeIgniter and cURL

Written on September 21, 2017 by Manuel Wutte

In this tutorial, I want to show you how to integrate an option to limit download speed into a CodeIgniter project.


JUL
10
2017

Setting up your custom URL shortener (incl. statistics) with CodeIgniter

Written on July 10, 2017 by Manuel Wutte

(Deutsch) Mit Codigniter zum eigenen URL-Shortener? Manuel Wutte, Softwarenentwickler bei Anexia erklärt in seinem Tutorial, wie das geht.


SEP
7
2016

Delicious Poffertjes with Anexia

Written on September 7, 2016 by Lucia Schöpfer

If you won’t make it to dmexco, you can find the recipe for our delicious poffertjes and the video of Stephan and elfilii here.


NOV
5
2015

Setting up your own online chat module with CodeIgniter

Written on November 5, 2015 by Manuel Wutte

Everyone is familiar with it, or has at least seen it before – we’re talking about the online chat feature available on many websites like Facebook.


FEB
27
2015

Quickstart to the CodeIgniter framework

Written on February 27, 2015 by Manuel Wutte

In CodeIgniter is an open source web framework written in PHP (Open Software License 3.0), which enjoys great popularity especially in America.


JAN
9
2015

A brief look at Laravel

Written on January 9, 2015 by Harald Nezbeda

“PHP That Doesn’t Hurt. Code Happy & Enjoy The Fresh Air.” That’s what the laravel website says, and to be honest, it’s a framework to get the job done right and quick.