Webmonkey – Free Resource For Web Developers

Webmonkey is a free online public resource for web developers. The articles, code snippets, tutorials and other contributions are all written by those who know the topics best – builders, designers, and programmers. The articles cover all skill types from beginners to professionals, students to grandparents, bloggers to programmers.

The entire Webmonkey site is a wiki – which means all the articles are written, posted, and edited by people who know and understand the topics at hand. There is also a daily Monkey Bites blog* where Webmonkey contributors report on news and trends in web development, software and design on a daily basis.

Since 1996, when Webmonkey was originally launched by the staff of Wired Digital, the online home of Wired magazine, Wired News and the search engine Hotbot. After years of being run by different entities, Webmonkey rejoined the Wired.com network in April 2008.

For those already familiar with Webmonkey, you’ll notice that Webmonkey.com has been completely redesigned. Many of the features from the original Webmonkey site – like the Monkey Bites blog, the bulk of the tutorials, and the reference library – have simply been given a new, more user friendly, home; now the vast majority of content is hosted on a wiki.

*Monkey Bites blog articles include:

Updated multiple times a day, the Monkey Bites blog is your source for web development news, software reviews, tips and tricks for programmers, plus any other informational tidbits that matter to people who like to build websites.

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