Google Launches Search Analytics Beta in Webmasters

Google have added a new beta tool inside of the Google Webmaster’s panel, this feature, “Search Analytics” (Beta), brings back some functionality that had been taken away from Webmaster’s in the past few months, namely things like raw impressions and clicks. This new panel brings with it some slightly tweaked…
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Apple Watch – Is it really worth it?

Apple watch pre-orders have now been active over a week and are reporting some very high numbers. With the number of Apple watches pre-ordered currently standing at over 2.5million units! – In just 7 days! That’s a lot of people committing a fair whack of money. In case it hasn’t…
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Top 10 Films for Web Designers

Every web designer and developer needs a relax every now and then with a good film. But you don’t need to feel too conscious about taking time out from coding or design with these films. We’ve curated a list of films that we consider to contain relevant history and inspiration…
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Project Ideas That I’ll never do

Over the last few years I’ve accumulated a fair few project ideas that I either don’t have time for or don’t think they’re quite worthwhile doing. However, at some point I actually thought of it – so I feel I may as well list them online just incase anyone feels…
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Arduino Squash Scorer

The game of squash has a fairly easy scoring system, however when you’re in the heat of the game it can be quite easy to forget your score as it’s so fast paced. I created this basic Arduino prototype to enable a very simple score counting system. This started off…
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Clean Slate protocol

The Clean Slate Protocol is a code and design practice that I’ve adopted/created for a few projects lately. It may seem a simple idea, but it was only after watching Iron Man 3 and hearing the quote from Tony Stark in the iconic scene where all his previous Iron Men…
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May Roundup

This is my first monthly roundup at TrulyCode – I’ve got a lot of small tips and bits to compile that aren’t quite worthy of their own posts so here we go Proper apostrophes and punctuation Use proper punctuations and linguistic symbols. eg: “”‘’— instead of “””- To use proper…
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Top Mac Apps for Web Designers And Developers

Here’s the top apps I believe web developers/designers should try at least once, for me, they’re used everyday. Wunderlist Wunderlist is my “To Do” app of choice, allowing me to keep track of the tiniest things to remember, to my largest projects. It syncs across all devices, so my iPhone,…
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