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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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Garmin Vivoactive 3 Smartwatch Launched at Rs 24,990

Garmin India has launched GPS-enabled Vivoactive 3 smartwatch in the Indian market.Garmin Vivoactive 3 comes with various features of health fitness, activity tracking and Garmin Pay, which works like a wallet by initiating purchase payments using this smartwatch.
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SQL Query Optimization for Faster Sites

You know that a fast site == happier users, improved ranking from Google, and increased conversions.
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ProtoPie, the Hi-Fi Prototyping Tool That Will Improve Your Workflow

This article was originally published on ProtoPie. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. As a designer, bridging the gap with stakeholders is utterly important.
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Getting Started with Firebase Cloud Firestore: Build a Vue Contact App

Sometime back in October, Google announced the beta release of Firebase's Cloud Firestore which is a fully-managed NoSQL document database for both mobile and web app development. Firestore was designed to easily store and sync your app's data at global scale.
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Happier HTML5 Form Validation

I recently embarked on improving the client-side form validation for a client. There were about 400 lines of form validation code stuffed inside a 1000 line form_helper.js. I looked for lightweight form validation scripts like hyperform.
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Using Observables in Ionic 3.9.x and Angular 5 | joshmorony - Build Mobile Apps with HTML5

Gates and Policies in Laravel

Today, we're going to discuss the authorization system of the Laravel web framework. The Laravel framework implements authorization in the form of gates and policies. After an introduction to gates and policies, I'll demonstrate the concepts by implementing a custom example.
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Angular 5 Release: What's New?

Angular is an all-encompassing JavaScript framework that is frequently used by developers all over the world for building web, desktop, and mobile applications. In this article, I'll cover the new features in Angular 5 and several other changes and deprecations.
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GitHub Launches Teletype for Atom to Make Social Coding Easier

15 Interesting JavaScript and CSS Libraries for November 2017

Our mission at Tutorialzine is to keep you up to date with the latest and coolest trends in web development. That’s why every month we release a handpicked collection of some of the best resources that we’ve stumbled upon and deemed worthy of your attention.
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Building a Simple Face Recognition App with Vue.js and Kairos

Face Detection and Recognition have become an increasingly popular topic these days. It’s a great advantage for a machine to know which user is in a picture. The applications of facial recognition in our world today are endless.
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Ionic and Angular: Infinite Scrolling with RESTful APIs

Monday, November 13, 2017 Ionic and Angular: Infinite Scrolling with RESTful APIs angular 2 ionic ionic 3 javascript php RESTful We have seen series of posts on developing a mobile application using Ionic and AngularJS.
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Build Responsive Emails Fast with MJML Framework

Designing and coding a newsletter is time-consuming. You can find plenty of design tips but coding your newsletter into a template is the toughest part. That’s where the MJML framework comes into play.
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Uploading Images to Cloudinary with Laravel (sponsor)

Images are an essential part of any web application. They have the power to create an emotional response in the audience, which is worth its weight in gold. Our brain is designed to interpret images much quicker than text, so when developing a website, it is imperative to take your images seriously.
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Software 2.0

I sometimes see people refer to neural networks as just “another tool in your machine learning toolbox”. They have some pros and cons, they work here or there, and sometimes you can use them to win Kaggle competitions.
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Cashify Coupons & Offers For November 2017

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Nest.js Brings TypeScript to Node.js and Express, Part 1

In this article, we are going to learn about Nest.js, a framework for building Node.js web applications. Why Nest.js? Because, although Node.js already contains a lot of libraries to develop web applications, none of them effectively address one of the most important subjects: the architecture.
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How To Build An Ionic App With A Graphcool Backend - Part 4

In the previous part of this tutorial, we created a Shopping List app with Ionic which uses Apollo Client to query a Graphcool backend. In this part, we are going to write code to insert, update and delete items in the shopping list.
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What Do Developers Need to Know to Develop Web Apps?

To gather insights on the state of web application development today, we spoke with 12 executives who are familiar with the current state of the industry and asked them, "What skills do developers need to develop effective web applications?" Here's what they told us: Empathy Empathy for the users a
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100+ Best Node.js Frameworks

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Facebook introduces a Messenger plugin for business websites

Facebook Messenger is coming to businesses’ own websites.
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Avoid This Common Anti-Pattern in Full-Stack Vue/Laravel Apps

If you want your Vue.js single-page app to communicate with a Laravel backend, you will, quite reasonably, think of using AJAX. Indeed, Laravel comes with the Axios library loaded in by default.
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15 Awesome React Components

React is one of the most popular front-end JavaScript libraries. Developed by Facebook, it allows you to break down even the most complex user interfaces into simple, reusable components.
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How to use Wallaby.js with Angular v5

var wallabyWebpack = require('wallaby-webpack'); var path = require('path'); var compilerOptions = Object.assign( require('./tsconfig.json').compilerOptions, require('./src/tsconfig.spec.json').compilerOptions); module.
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5 Myths About Career That Need To Be Busted

Are you a wide-eyed fresh graduate looking to become a productive member of society? Or perhaps you are someone who made a wrong career choice and now wants to start off anew? It’s going to be a tough ride since you are only limited to your degree, skills, and level of experience, right?
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Using Facebook/Twitter Authentication in Adonis 4.0

In this tutorial, we are building an authentication system using Adonis-ally. I know the question on your mind, "what's adonis-ally?". Adonis-ally package makes it easier to authenticate your user via Facebook, Github, Google, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, Foursquare and Bitbucket(Coming Soon).
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Using Web Components With Angular

Angular is an application framework favored by many in the JavaScript community.
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Angular vs. React vs. Vue: A 2017 comparison

Deciding on a JavaScript framework for your web application can be overwhelming. Angular and React are very popular these days, and there is an upstart which has been getting a lot of traction lately: VueJS. What’s more, these are just a few of the new kids on the block.
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Data Visualization With DataTables.js and Highcharts.js

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to visualize data by taking advantage of the DataTables.js and Highcharts.js JavaScript libraries. Note: we had to add jQuery to our project because DataTables.js is a jQuery plugin. However, keep in mind that Highcharts.
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How To Build An Ionic App With A Graphcool Backend - Part 3

In the previous part of this tutorial, we created a project on Graphcool and defined the schema for our Shopping List app. In this part, we'll create our Ionic Shopping List app and add Apollo Client to it to connect to our Graphcool backend.
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The Ultimate Angular CLI Reference Guide

2017.04.25: As of March 24, Angular CLI v1.0 was released. This article has been updated to reflect the latest changes. If you want to add the latest features of Angular CLI v1.0 to your existing Angular project that was generated with an earlier version of Angular CLI, check out the Angular CLI v1.
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WordPress + PWA's = ? (Chrome Dev Summit 2017)

About 50% of sites in the web are powered by Content Management Systems, and that trend is growing. Integrating Progressive Technologies into the workflow of platforms such as WordPress and other CMSes is of paramount importance for ensuring that users get an awesome experience in these environments
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