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.
In this video, I demonstrate how to use the PHP Marketplace API Wrapper class to display everything from popular items, to account information, to featured items on your website with ease.
In less than two years, Wim Mostmans — better known as Sitebase — created and listed 55 incredible components, and amassed over 10,000 sales.
Within the last month, we’ve launched a new subcategory under each root category on CodeCanyon, called “Add-Ons.” The beautiful thing about this new category is that it allows authors to create “ecosystems” for their items, by letting their peers create and sell add-ons for their items.
Let’s be honest; not all of us are designers.
Many of you might not be aware that the Envato marketplaces have an API that can be used to handle everything from verifying purchases, to displaying your most recent items, to tracking featured files, to reviewing private account information, like your recent sales and account balance.
After months of planning, I’m pleased to introduce our $41,000 web developer competition on Nettuts+ and CodeCanyon.
We’re extremely proud to announce that, after two years, GraphicRiver is now the home to over 20,000 files!
From time to time, we test out new features for the marketplaces before officially making them available to the public.
Not long ago, ActiveDen manager, Lance Snider, posted an excellent article on double-dipping.