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By Scott Fegette | Friday, January 09, 2015

Use the Popular MEAN Stack to Build Web Apps

What's the MEAN Stack?

Web technology evolves at Internet speeds, so finding the right combination of solutions for your web apps can be tricky for a web developer. From front-end frameworks to back-end server and database environments, arriving at the right blend of technologies for your projects takes experimentation, trial, and error.

If you’re looking to streamline your existing web app development workflow, the increasingly popular MEAN stack (a handy acronym referring to the combination of MongoDB, Express.JS, Angular.JS, and Node.JS) is a great choice. Here’s what it is, and how to get started with it.

By Scott Fegette | Wednesday, January 07, 2015

Learn How to Build a Website with Dreamweaver — Start to Finish

Learn How to Build a Website with Dreamweaver

Having a website is now table stakes for today’s working professionals (and darn near a requirement for anyone doing business in this day and age), and Dreamweaver’s always been a great choice for building and maintaining websites.

However, Dreamweaver is also a professional application with tons of functionality packed inside, and can prove difficult to learn. Here’s a roadmap showing you how to build a website with Dreamweaver — as well as a strong foundational skill set for building websites in general.

By Scott Fegette | Wednesday, December 24, 2014

How to Take a Screenshot on a Mac

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It’s said that a picture’s worth a thousand words, and when you need to communicate what’s happening on your Mac screen, getting a clear screenshot of what you’re talking about can make all the difference.

Taking a screenshot in OS X isn’t difficult if you know the “secret key combinations”, but they’re not as obvious as the Print Screen key on Windows systems. For the Mac power user, there are also several handy utilities that can supercharge your screenshots with annotations, graphics, and various ways of sharing. Here are some great options for taking a screenshot on a Mac.

By Scott Fegette | Sunday, November 30, 2014

It’s Blue Beanie Day! Celebrate Web Standards with Us

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As you surf across your social networks today you may notice a number of them are now sporting blue beanies, or toques, or skull-caps. What’s the deal?

Are we being invaded by dopplegangers from an alternate, slightly colder dimension?

Nope. It’s just Blue Beanie Day.

By Scott Fegette | Thursday, October 16, 2014

Get the Skinny—and Training—on Apple’s Sleek New Updates

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Mac OS X Yosemite is available for download today, alongside newly updated iPads and Mac computers on the hardware side—and we’ve got training ready for you.

Apple is well known for its stylistic industrial designs, and with Yosemite now available to complement the recent iOS 8 update, Apple’s desktop and mobile devices should work together more intuitively, as well.

By Scott Fegette | Friday, October 10, 2014

3 Simple Tricks to Record Great Audio with Your Phone

Great audio with your phone

There’s an old saying: Nothing ruins a great video like lousy audio. And when using consumer cameras, you’re often stuck with a less-than-optimal microphone to begin with.

But if you have a reasonably modern smartphone, you have all you need to record great audio on location.

By Scott Fegette | Monday, October 06, 2014

Explore the New Adobe Creative Cloud Updates

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At the MAX conference in Los Angeles, this morning, Adobe announced a huge update to its popular design apps—and we’ve already got training so you can hit the ground running with the new features and shared workflows in Creative Cloud desktop apps.

By Scott Fegette | Wednesday, September 17, 2014

How to Make a Smooth Update to iOS 8

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iOS 8, Apple’s most recent mobile operating system upgrade, just hit the streets today and you may find yourself itching to get started.

Whether you’re upgrading your old iPhone or iPad, or getting a new iPhone 6 this week, your update to iOS 8 will go much more smoothly if you take a moment to prepare your current device first.

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