Jan 10

The First Ever Tuts+ Premium Sale

Thu, 01/10/2013 - 01:58 — julie

Sale

Those of you who help support the Tuts+ network by becoming Premium members will be well aware of the improvements that we’ve made in the last year, including a full redesign, in depth screencast courses on the technologies that you most want to learn, and eBook partnerships with Smashing Magazine and Packt Publishing.

To celebrate the new year, we’re offering a sale on our subscription for the very first time!

25% Off

Sign up before January 31st, and save 25% off the already discounted yearly membership price! You can now enjoy an entire year of Tuts+ Premium content for only $135, which is a cumulative saving of $93 off the monthly price.

Top-Tier Courses

Each course on Tuts+ Premium consists of multi-part screencasts, which teach you a particular tool or technology from the inside-out. We’ve done our best to acquire the best talent available, including Jeremy McPeak, Dan Wellman, Andrew Burgess, Bryan Jones, Rey Bango, Jose Mota, myself (Jeffrey), and many more instructors.

Here’s but a small sampling of our course catalog, all of which is included with your subscription.

Go Portable With jQuery MobileGo Portable With jQuery Mobile

In this course, we’ll review the widgets that come with jQuery Mobile, and how they can be initialized and configured. We’ll focus on the data-attribute method of using the framework, and learn how we can use it without having to write a single line of JavaScript or CSS.

CSS Terminology DecodedCSS Terminology Decoded

CSS is an interesting language. It’s quite easy to learn the basics, but truly mastering it is a much more involved process that can take years – despite what your developer friends may tell you.

Anyone can apply a bit of styling, but do you understand all of the various terminology associated with modern CSS? Concatenation, proprocessors, frameworks, OOCSS, responsive design…the list goes on and on!

Simple SinatraSimple Sinatra

Welcome to “Simple Sinatra.” This course is all about coming to grips with the popular lightweight Ruby web framework, Sinatra. Sinatra stays out of your way by providing a minimal API, that allows you to get up and running with a new web application as quickly as possible.

Agile Design PatternsAgile Design Patterns

Design patterns are an essential part of software development. At some point in every programmer’s career, he or she will have to dig in and learn how to apply these patterns. Even if they may appear scary at first, they are, in fact, much simpler to understand than you might initially think. In this course, you’ll learn what design patterns are, how each of them is defined, what they are used for, and, of course, how to implement them in PHP!

Advanced Backbone Patterns and TechniquesAdvanced Backbone Patterns and Techniques

Backbone is one of the best JavaScript libraries available, but it’s likely that there are some advanced use cases that you haven’t yet considered. In fact, Backbone’s sparse but stalwart set of features might leave you thinking that it just isn’t the right tool for advanced web applications. Nothing could be further from the truth! In this course, continuing on from Connected to the Backbone, we’ll dig into some of the more advanced patterns, as you learn how to wield Backbone with precision.

Test-Driven PHP in ActionTest-Driven PHP in Action

In this course, join Radoslaw Benkel, as he takes you through the ins and outs of using PHP’s most popular test-suite, PHPUnit. Along the way, you’ll of course learn how to install it on your system, how to use the various assertions, how to create mocks, and much more!

Riding Ruby on RailsRiding Ruby on Rails

Been meaning to learn Ruby on Rails, but felt that it was too hard? Well, not anymore. In this course, José Mota will take you through the process of creating dynamic and creative web applications, using Ruby on Rails. Come join us for the ride!

jQuery Plugin Development: Best PracticesjQuery Plugin Development: Best Practices

This course will explain the fundamental aspects of writing great jQuery plugins. Some of the topics we’ll cover include how plugins extend jQuery’s prototype to add new methods to the library, understanding the this object inside a plugin, keeping plugins configurable, theming them, handling events and exposing AJAX options for easier implementation by others. Sound fun?

Programming .NETProgramming .NET

For over ten years, Microsoft’s .NET Framework has been the platform to develop for if you want to target Windows or Windows-based technologies. Getting started with the .NET Framework can be a daunting task, as the .NET Framework class library is pretty darn big. But, thankfully, there are a core set of classes that you can use in any Windows or Web app.

Mac App DevelopmentMac App Development

In this course, Bryan Jones, creator of the immensely popular CodeKit app, will teach you the ins and outs of Mac application development.

This list could go on and on. Even better, we’re releasing more courses each month than ever before! If it’s a skill that you want to learn, chances are, we either offer it on the site, or it’s in development by one of our staff instructors.

Want Some Freebie Courses?

    Perfect Workflow in Sublime Text 2Perfect Workflow in Sublime Text 2

    I’m a confessed code editor addict, and have tried them all! I was an early adopter of Coda, a TextMate advocate, even a Vim convert. But all of that changed when I discovered Sublime Text 2, the best code editor available today. Don’t believe me? Let me convince you in this course.

    30 Days To Learn HTML and CSS30 Days To Learn HTML and CSS

    Even if your goal is not to become a web designer, learning HTML and CSS can be an amazing tool to have in your skill-set – both in the workplace, and at home. If this has been on your to-do list for some time, why don’t you take thirty days and join me? Give me around ten minutes every day, and I’ll teach you the essentials of HTML and CSS. And don’t worry…we start at the beginning!

    30 Days to Learn jQuery30 Days to Learn jQuery

    You know you need to learn jQuery. Everyone else has, and you’re falling behind! No worries; it’s a brand new year, and what better way to celebrate it than by learning a new skill? Give me thirty minutes every day for the next month, and I’ll transform you into a jQuery pro!

    eBooks

    In addition to our course catalog, we also regularly add new top-selling eBooks, which are free to download for all Premium members. Some of our most popular selections include:

    Scalable and Modular Architecture for CSSScalable and Modular Architecture for CSS

    SMACSS (pronounced “smacks”) is more style guide than rigid framework. There is no library within here for you to download or install. SMACSS is a way to examine your design process and as a way to fit those rigid frameworks into a flexible thought process. It is an attempt to document a consistent approach to site development when using CSS. And really, who isn’t building a site with CSS these days?!

    Finance for FreelancersFinance for Freelancers

    Getting on top of your finances doesn’t have to be a headache. Freelance veteran Martha Retallick makes finance and accounting concepts fun and friendly.

    The Grumpy Programmer’s Guide To Building Testable Applications in PHPThe Grumpy Programmer’s Guide To Building Testable Applications in PHP

    There are plenty of books that show the aspiring PHP programmer how to use testing tools. But how do you actually build your application in such a way that using the testing tools is easy instead of a constant struggle?

    The Node Beginner BookThe Node Beginner Book

    The aim of The Node Beginner Book is to get you started with developing applications for Node.js, teaching you everything you need to know about advanced JavaScript along the way in 69 pages.

    Digging into WordPressDigging into WordPress

    Written by WordPress veterans Chris Coyier and Jeff Starr, Digging into WordPress is 400+ jam-packed pages of everything you need to get the most out of WordPress. WordPress is great right out of the box, but unless you want an ordinary vanilla blog, it is essential to understand the full potential of WordPress and have the right tools to get the job done.

    Decoding HTML5Decoding HTML5

    This book focuses less on the politics of HTML5 (though it does touch on this), and more on the ways to immediately integrate HTML5—and its friends—into your web projects. If you’re in need of a book that will get you up and running with many of the new tags, form elements, and JavaScript APIs as quickly as possible, then this is the book for you.

    Beginning in January, 2013, we’ll also be releasing two new entirely free books from Packt Publishing to our members each month.

    1 Year Subscription for $135

    Every spec of content listed above, as well as dozens upon dozens more courses and ebooks are included as part of your Tuts+ Premium membership. With the sale that we’re running this month, you can access it all – as well as all the new content we have in production (there’s a lot) – for $11 per month!

    The best part, though, is that, in addition to all of the courses and eBooks that Premium has to offer, your subscription also helps to support our free educational sites, like Nettuts+, which we’re incredibly passionate about.

    I hope you’ll consider signing up! If you have any questions, let me know below, and I’ll do my best to assist! See you inside!

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