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How to Send Emails in Laravel

In this article, we're going to explore the Mail API in the Laravel web framework. Laravel takes advantage of the popular SwiftMailer library, which is easy to use and comes with a variety of email drivers to choose from.
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How to build a HTTP Interceptor in Angular 5

A HTTP Interceptor enables you to catch HTTP requests and responses so that you can modify them. It is very useful especially when you want to add extra headers to all outgoing requests or catch error responses from the server.
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How I Created a Web-Based IDE in 7 Days

Some few days ago, I released the first version of Hyper IDE. Hyper IDE is an integrated development environment built as a web application, which implies that it can be installed on a web server, and allow you to code from an iPhone, from anywhere you are in this world - at least in theory.
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Presentator – A 100% Free Design Collaboration Platform

A quick Google search yields dozens of results for collaboration tools. But, most of them cost money and very few are geared towards web design or visual work. Presentator is different. It’s a free open-source platform made for designers who work in teams or with clients online.
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Front-End Tools: My Favorite Finds of 2017

Another twelve months have passed and I'm sure all of you have come across some interesting new coding techniques, technologies, CSS tricks (of course!), and other stuff that will make you more productive in 2018.
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How to Backup and Restore Apps on Windows with Cloning

We often install a lot of third-party apps and tools on our Windows PC. The biggest problem with these third-party apps comes when you want to re-install Windows or do a clean install. You will have to completely install all the apps from the beginning. This is where Cloning helps.
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WebAssembly: Caching to HTML5 IndexedDB

This article is a continuation of a series exploring how we can build and work with WebAssembly modules using Emscripten. The previous articles are not required reading to understand what we're going to cover today but, if you're curious, you can find them here:
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Using Tailwind with Angular

Tailwind is a CSS framework which allows you rapidly build custom user interfaces. As opposed to frameworks like Bootstrap, Bulma and Foundation, it is not a UI Kit. It has no theme or components, but instead allow you to construct your own components by combining a bunch of CSS utilities.
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Introduction to WebAssembly: Why Should We Care?

There is a new weapon in the great war against JavaScript the struggle to allow developers to choose their favorite style of programming while improving performance and their productivity. That weapon is WebAssembly, and it will revolutionize client-side web development.
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Ionic Angular Lazy Loading with Child Components

Create Ionic Project with Tabs Let's create a Ionic default tabs project. This comes with default structure wit following compoenents. app.module.ts Here we are dropping all the existing page component imports like home, about and contact.
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Large Scale Laravel Application

We all know that, Laravel is the most popular PHP framework till today. It’s directory structure is good, well organized, defined and straight-forward. Working with the default project structure provided by Laravel is absolutely fine when we are working in a small or medium sized project.
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Laravel PHP guzzle http client GET and POST request example

In this tutorial, I will let you know the use of Guzzle HTTP client and how to send request to server from Laravel application using Guzzle HTTP client and get the HTTP response. It's very easy to send an HTTP request using Guzzle with a simple interface that you do with the cURL.
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Top 5 Best Open Source Javascript Chart Library

In this post, we will talk about top 5 best open source JavaScript chart libraries. Every site and dashboard are incomplete without charts and graphs so it is very important to find the right chart library for our application.
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8 Web Development Trends for 2018

Since its implementation, the internet has continued to evolve. In its early days, Mosaic and Netscape Navigator helped to democratize it, and since then each new year brought new concepts, new ideas, and trends, sometimes good, sometimes bad.
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Framer Launches Fresh New Design Tool

Framer is known as a prototyping app, but in an unexpected move they have just announced the launch of a fully integrated, browser-based, visual design tool.
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Rough.js Makes Hand-Drawn Graphics with Canvas & SVG

It’s amazing to see how far the web has come with dynamic elements such as in-browser SVGs. You can design everything from custom animations to HTML5 games with the right libraries. One of the newest libraries worth testing is Rough.js.
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Freelancer.com Launches API for Automated Access to Outsourced Work

Laravel Interview Questions and Answers

11.How to turn off CRSF protection for a route in Laravel? In “app/Http/Middleware/VerifyCsrfToken.
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Learning Vue for Ionic/Angular Developers – Part 4 | joshmorony - Build Mobile Apps with HTML5

Introduction to Forms in Angular 4: Reactive Forms

This is the second part of the series on Introduction to Forms in Angular 4. In the first part, we created a form using the template-driven approach. We used directives such as ngModel, ngModelGroup and ngForm to supercharge the form elements.
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Creating a Task Manager App Using Ionic: Part 1

In this tutorial series, you'll learn how to get started with creating a mobile app using the Ionic framework. Ionic uses Angular for writing the components and creating the mobile app. 
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Using SVG to Create a Duotone Effect on Images

Anything is possible with SVG, right?! After a year of collaborating with some great designers and experimenting to achieve some pretty cool visual effects, it is beginning to feel like it is. A quick search of "SVG" on CodePen will attest to this.
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An Introduction to WebAssembly

The concept behind WebAssembly isn't new and is based on work that was pioneered by Mozilla (asm.js) and Google (Native Client – NaCl and Portable Native Client – PNaCl). One of WebAssembly's main goals is parity with asm.
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Creating a Task Manager App Using Ionic: Part 2

In the first part of the tutorial series, you created the user interface and navigation for the task manager app. In this tutorial, you'll see how to implement the functionality for the Ionic task manager app to add and list tasks.
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Breaking The Rules: Using SQLite To Demo Web Apps

This tutorial is based on a real-world solution that I have been successfully running for a SaaS demo web app since 2015. The tutorial is written for Ruby on Rails (my framework of choice) version 3 and up, but the basic concepts should be able to be adapted to any other language or framework.
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Introduction to Forms in Angular 4: Template-Driven Forms

Forms are critical to any modern front-end application, and they're a feature that we use every day, even if don't realize it.
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The Best JavaScript and CSS Libraries for 2017

Station: desktop workstation for Google Apps, Twitter, hundreds more

Station is a free desktop program for Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac OS X devices (Linux coming) that can best be described as a desktop workstation for web apps. The application integrates hundreds of web services (apps) that you can all run from within the interface.
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Hosting an Ionic PWA with Firebase Hosting | joshmorony - Build Mobile Apps with HTML5

TablePlus Relational Database GUI

TablePlus is a databases application GUI for many database engines. At the time of writing, it supports MySQL, PostgreSQL, Amazon Redshift, SQL Server, SQLite, and MariaDB. Support for Oracle and CockroachDB are on the roadmap. TablePlus has two plans: a free tier and paid subscription model.
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Laravel API Tutorial: How to Build and Test a RESTful API

With the rise of mobile development and JavaScript frameworks, using a RESTful API is the best option to build a single interface between your data and your client. Laravel is a PHP framework developed with developer productivity in mind.
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Five Reasons Why You Should Use a Git-based CMS (Part 5 of 5)

In our previous posts we looked at Git-based CMS and its versioning (part 1), distributed repository (part 2), dug in to Git's underlying mechanics to see how it benefits deployment (part 3), and we looked at how the support for branching (part 4) can help your organization dramatically speed up de
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How To Increase Your Teams Efficiency with Ionic Pro

If you’re taking the hybrid route for your app development project you’ll save time compared to multiple separate native projects. What if you could save even more time by introducing another suite of tools to your team? Ionic was never just a framework.
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Top Laravel Packages for 2017

There have been many awesome packages created in 2017. In this article I'll give a quick round up of the top 5 Laravel Packages that I have been using recently. Voyager is an all-in-one admin package for your Laravel application. Voyager has been climbing in Stars on Github and with Version 1.
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Bootstrap 4 and Angular: A Beginner's Guide to Customizing a Theme

If you have created new Angular projects from the Angular CLI, you'll know they come with a bare-bones UI layout. No UI framework or guidance is provided out-of-the-box. In this article, we'll look at how to add Bootstrap 4 in a new Angular project and style the application using Sass.
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Fresh Resources for Web Developers — December 2017

“Headless CMS” is gaining much attention these days. In a nutshell, “headless CMS” does not deal with the front-end; the CMS only exposes the content usually in a form of RESTful API while the developers may use whatever they prefer to render the content.
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Quick Example of Apache Cordova and Vue.js

Normally when building Cordova apps, I either use no JavaScript framework at all, or I use Angular with Ionic. But as you can tell by my recent posts, I've become infactuated with Vue.js lately.
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39 Must-Have WordPress Development Tools

WordPress isn’t just for blogging. It’s a full-fledged CMS and undoubtedly a strong platform for developers. But the world of related trends and tools can be exhaustive when you just need a solid solution real fast.
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What’s the Best RESTful Web API Framework – Part 1

RESTful Web APIs are one of the many tools that a developer has at their disposal in the modern development world. As such there are many ways of creating these web APIs and many frameworks to assist you in creating them.
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A Front End Developer’s Guide to GraphQL

No matter how large or small your application is, you’ll have to deal with fetching data from a remote server at some point. On the front end, this usually involves hitting a REST endpoint, transforming the response, caching it, and updating your UI.
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Why I'm Betting on Web Components (and You Should Think About Using Them Too)

For years there has been a long discussion about the Web Components standards. On one side, there are developers who think that there is a broken promise in the standard. Others think otherwise and the discussion continues today (and will probably continue in the future).
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Top 9 JavaScript Charting Libraries

Since you're reading this, it surely would be no news to you that data visualization has become a very critical part of the IT world today.
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Localisation and Translation on the Web

Coming from the English-speaking world, it can be easy to maintain the bubble that is the English-speaking World Wide Web. But in fact, more than half of web pages are written in languages other than English.
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How to Update Your App for iOS 11: Drag and Drop

iOS 11 has elevated iOS, in particular for the iPad, into a true multi-tasking platform, thanks to Drag and Drop. This promises to blur the boundaries between apps, allowing content to be shared easily.
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The Front-End Checklist is just a tool… everything depends on you.

One month ago, I launched the Front-End Checklist on GitHub. In less than 2 weeks, more than 10,000 people around the world starred the repository. That was completely unexpected and incredible! I've been working as a front-end developer since 2011, but I started to build websites in 2000.
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Executive Insights on the Current and Future State of Web App Development

This article is featured in the new DZone Guide to Web Development. Get your free copy for more insightful articles, industry statistics, and more!
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Automate Tasks by Creating Custom Artisan command in Laravel

Out of the box, Laravel comes installed with a lot of helpful commands available to use in an application. But as your application grows, you might find it time wasting, performing some tasks like populating database with user's data or products.
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Learning Vue for Ionic/Angular Developers – Part 3 | joshmorony - Build Mobile Apps with HTML5

New U.S. Ambassador to India Kenneth I. Juster Presented his Credentials to President of India

New United States Ambassador to India Kenneth I. Juster has presented his credentials to Indian President Ram Nath Kovind yesterday during an official ceremony at Rashtrapati Bhavan.
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Progressive Web Apps: A Crash Course

Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) try to overlap the worlds of the mobile web apps and native mobile apps by offering the best features of each to mobile users.
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