5 tutorials Web Development

Web development is the task of building websites of all sizes either public or private. Web development involves web design, coding, scripting, security, and web server configuration. In this section you will find step by step tutorials on how to do many tasks related to web development.


Web Development Tutorials

Since Google shutdown its RSS reader application last year, a lot of people are still missing the great convenience the tool provided to syndicate information all over the web in one place. the truth is, I haven’t missed Google Reader a bit, because I switched to something better, and best of all, I’m pretty sure it won’t go away this time. Here are some screenshots of my RSS server setup. liferea RSS client  This is the web client, compatible with every browser:   and this is my Android client for my mobile device: As you can see, I have access…


Are you thinking of building a social networking site but don’t have the big bucks to develop or buy a proprietary social networking script ? then don’t worry, you can start building the next Facebook right now because there are many robust open source social network platforms you can use to make your dream social networking website come true. Jomsocial – Open Source built on top of the famous and robust Joomla engine, Jomsocial is one of the easiest to setup and heavy feature packed open source social networking engines out of there. with Jomsocial it takes less than 30…


If you are a webmaster then probably you use an FTP client to update web files on a web server regularly. I frequently use an FTP client to update this blog, and some other websites I have, and to do that I use either Filezilla or WinSCP FTP client. but the question is, which client is better and why? I hope to answer this question today. I started using Filezilla as my FTP client when I got into the web publishing a few years ago. I don’t know what version it was back then, but it certainly did what it…


If you are looking to setup a basic web support ticketing system then OSticket might be the answer. OSticket is a web based lightweight PHP script that can easily integrate to any website wanting to provide customer support, or a small business looking to support internal staff. OSticket supports many features including: ticket submission either by email or web form. auto-response to customers. automatically send a message to the sender that the ticket was received. assign tickets to staff, and allow to transfer them when escalation is necessary. keep history of all tickets. and more.. I have OSticket installed on…


Yesterday we setup a SFTP site using windows 2003, and Openssh. today we will connect to that site using WinSCP client. I guess you can use any FTP client that supports secure ftp connections like Filezilla etc, I just chose WinSCP for its simplicity. first, download the WinSCP client from here http://winscp.net/eng/download.php#download2  at the time of this writing the WinSCP version is 4.2.7. once you download it, double click it to execute it. the installation wizard should come up: Select the language: click on OK. the welcome to WinSCP setup wizard will come up: click on Next. accept the license…