How to Submit Your App to Apple: From No Account to App Store

This two-part tutorial series will document every step of becoming an Apple iOS developer – from literally no account, to published on the App Store!

I’ll show you how to sign up for Apple’s iOS Developer Program, how to generate the various certificates needed, how to configure your app, and how to submit to the App Store for approval.

To create this tutorial, I created a completely new App Store account and submitted a new app to the App Store, keeping careful note of each step along the way.

AngularJS and just about all JavaScript MVC frameworks modify the contents of your HTML structure which make the pre-rendered HTML invalid for search engines. Luckily there is a way to get around this and to have full SEO support for your AngularJS application by using some special URL routing and a headless browser to retrieve the HTML for you.

AngularJS and SEO –

An amazing walkthrough that describes how you can have your cake and eat it. Get the power of Single Page Apps (SPAs) and not lose SEO support!

Backbone.js Wine Cellar Tutorial – Part 1: Getting Started

One of the challenges when building nontrivial Web applications is that JavaScript’s non-directive nature can initially lead to a lack of structure in your code, or in other words, a lack of… backbone. JavaScript is often written as a litany of free-hanging and unrelated blocks of code, and it doesn’t take long before it becomes hard to make sense of the logic and organization of your own code.

Backbone.js is a lightweight framework that addresses this issue by adding structure to JavaScript-heavy Web applications.