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Our web development articles cover open source software and tools used to publish websites, web apps, and other web technologies.

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When you stick to the simplest possible scenarios, you end up with the simplest possible solutions.
Working on a team, busy worklife

Increment your e-commerce app to ensure it implements required business process rules correctly.
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Zombies are bad at understanding boundaries, so set limits and expectations for what your app can do.
Security monster

Start development simply, by writing and testing your code with One element and then expand it out to Many.
Gears above purple clouds

Programming can feel like a battle against a horde of zombies at times. In this series, learn how to put this ZOMBIES acronym to work for you.
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Learn to host your own website with Apache, a solid, well-known, and easy-to-configure web server.
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This basic editor is geared toward web developers, supporting multiple programming languages and offering plenty of extensions to make it your own.
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Jamstack allows web developers to move far beyond static sites without the need for complex, expensive active-hosting infrastructure.