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Angular Progress Bars

In this tutorial, you will learn how to create loading indicators with angular. First, we will take at look at how to create a simple horizontal progress bar using just a DIV-element and some CSS.
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Debugging Angular CLI Applications in Visual Studio Code

In this post, we are going to create an Angular CLI application, then add configuration to debug it in Visual Studio Code.
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Your First Steps with Gatsby v2

We’ve previously explored the philosophy behind Gatsby as well as some of its major features, so it’s about time we jump in and start building websites with it. We’ll explore here how to get started with Gatsby v2. Gatsby v2 is still in beta at the time of this writing, so tread carefully.
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Seriously, though. What is a progressive web app?

I’ve been familiar with the “progressive web app” (PWA) concept for a while now. But there’s always been an itch in the back of my mind about it. I’ve been to talks at conferences and meetups about the subject. I’ve read the main docs and top-level “what is a PWA” articles.
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Create and Publish Web Components With Vue CLI 3

Are web components "the future" for the web platform? There are many opinions both for and against.
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Using Refs in Stencil

Why Use Refs? The first question that you might ask yourself is why bother using element references? Let's clarify that. In a typical data flow, you will pass props from the parent to it's child elements. When passing props, the child component will re-render and you will get it's new state.
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Types of Web Applications: From a Static Web Page to a Progressive Web App

The standards and requirements for online experience have been evolving along with the web app development technologies. The changes of visual presentation are now the most explicit, but they only became possible thanks to the transformation of web architecture.
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