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Laravel Countries and Currencies Package

Antonio Carlos Ribeiro recently launched a new package that gives you a powerful setup for dealing with the different Countries of the world, all through a comfortable Laravel syntax using Collections. The package does a lot.
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Get a Free Year of Netlify Pro!

Good news readers: We’re hosting an awesome giveaway with our friends over at Netlify, and we wanted to give you the heads up. We’ve teamed up to offer a free year of Netlify PRO, to 5 lucky winners and we’d love to get you involved.
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Hackr.io: search engine for coding courses and tutorials

Hackr.io is an online search engine designed specifically to find online coding courses and tutorials in virtually any programming language that exists.
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The State of PHP MVC Frameworks in 2017

This article was first published on ZenOfCoding, and re-published here with the author’s permission. Q: Any thoughts about where things are today? (2/24/2017)
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Create an Auto-Hiding Sticky Header with Headroom.js

Auto-hiding headers have been steadily popular in web design for quite a while. Many blogs and online magazines use the sticky header to keep users engaged and give them direct access to the navigation.
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The 10 best DSLRs you can buy right now

Buying a DSLR can be a daunting task, but with our expert guide and recommended top ten, you'll be on the way to choosing the right camera for you. For decades, the DSLR (digital SLR) has been the top choice for anyone who wants to take their photography to the next level.
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Best Material Design Frameworks for Modern UX/UI Web Design

There are many web development companies which have been using exclusive material design frameworks for their UX or UI web designing and mobile apps development projects.
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E2E (End-to-End) Testing in Ionic 2: An Introduction | joshmorony - Build Mobile Apps with HTML5

Quick Tip: How to Sort an Array of Objects in JavaScript

If you have an array of objects that you need to sort into a certain order, the temptation might be to reach for a JavaScript library. Before you do however, rember that you can do some pretty neat sorting with the native Array.sort function.
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Angular File Uploads with an Express Backend

Angular 2 is the shiny new framework that comes with a lot of new concepts. Learn all the great new features. In this tutorial, I will be teaching on how to upload files in Angular 2+.
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Download maps with Map Puzzle

Map Puzzle is a free portable program for Windows to download maps from Google, Bing and several other public mapping services.
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How to Choose the Best Fonts for Your Next Project with Fontcloud

You find yourself staring at the Photoshop loading screen. Again. Another day where you feel it’s taking a few extra seconds. You start thinking what could be the cause. Maybe it was the latest font bundle with 30 new fonts I installed? Again.
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With 32K registered users a month, the Startup India Learning Programme aims to make entrepreneurship resources accessible to beginners

Thirty-two thousand users from 600 Indian cities and over 30 countries. These are the numbers chalked up by the Startup India Learning Programme in just a month since it was launched.
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Create an Angular 2 CLI App with Firebase Social Authentication Facebook, Google, Github and Twitter

There is a lot of fun in building an AngularJS application and after you finish the application, for others to see your application you will need to deploy the project on some web server such as NodeJS, Amazon AWS, Heroku,etc,.
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Angular Firebase Facebook, Google, Github and Twitter Login - Part 2

app.module.ts Whenever you install some module, you must include this in app.module.ts. Do following changes for importing Angular Firebase methods.
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Audiosear.ch: Full Text Podcast and Radio search engine

Audiosear.ch is a free online service that enables you to run full text searches on podcasts and radio shows the service has indexed. There are thousands of podcasts out there, and some have produced hundreds of episodes.
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Build Custom Responsive Progress Bars with ProgressBar.js

Progress bars are widely known by most users on the web. For developers, it’s often a complicated process to create a progress bar from scratch. But with ProgressBar.js you don’t have to! This free open source library has no dependencies and supports all major browsers, including IE9+.
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Rookieup.com – A Different Form of Online Education

Considering the amazing professional and personal development possibilities along with the large market offered by the online world, it’s no surprise more and more people of all ages are eager to acquire new skills, whether it’s just for earning extra money from a side job or
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How to Create a REST API Using Slim Framework

REST APIs have redefined and standardized the process of Web app development. In almost all instances, REST APIs provide an efficient and very streamlined way of integrating services into a Web app.
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How to Secure Laravel Apps with 2FA via SMS

This article was peer reviewed by Christopher Thomas. Thanks to all of SitePoint’s peer reviewers for making SitePoint content the best it can be! While everyone is concerned about their application’s security, few take it seriously and take the plunge.
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Implement a Favoriting Feature Using Laravel and Vue.js

JavaScript is the language on fire. Build an app for any platform you want including website, server, mobile, and desktop. These days, various web applications are in one way or the other implementing a kind of favorite/like/recommend feature on the websites.
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Front-End Tooling Trends for 2017

Do you have more than two years’ development experience? Are your advanced CSS skills aided with Sass and Autoprefixer? Is your JavaScript knowledge reasonable and you’re happy using Gulp, npm, and jQuery? If so, you’re a typical developer, according to Ashley Nolan’s Front-End Tooling Sur
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10 best monitors and displays on the market 2017

Whether you're a gamer or computing enthusiast looking for the best monitors of 2017, this list is for you. Not everyone needs the best monitor for their PC setup.
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Our Computers Are Learning How to Code Themselves

Those of you who followed the first season of HBO's “Westworld” know that one of the things that made an artificially intelligent (AI) host in the show truly intelligent, so to speak, was the ability to write its own code.
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Best keyboard 2017: the best clacky-keyed peripherals money can buy

These days practically everyone has a PC in their home, so that means practically everyone has a keyboard to their name as well.
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CloudBleed: check if you visited sites affected by CloudFlare’s security issue

CloudBleed is the unofficial name for a security issue discovered on February 17th, 2017 that affected CloudFlare's reverse proxies. CloudFlare is a large provider that is used by more than 5.5 million Internet properties according to the company's website.
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