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A look at Desktop Environments: MATE

One of the most amazing things about GNU/Linux is it's customizability, both on a deeper system level but also on the surface with various desktop environments and window managers at the users disposal. My personal favourite of the various desktop environments is MATE (pronounced Mah-Tay).
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The Difference Between @ViewChildren and @ContentChildren | joshmorony - Build Mobile Apps with HTML5

Animate HTML Components In An Angular Application

When building a web application, not only do you need amazing features, but you also need a stunning user experience and that can often be managed by making good use of UI components.
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How to Enable Two Factor Authentication for Your WordPress Website?

Right from the moment you make your website go live on the web, people start tries to hack it. They are insane given that they don’t get any benefit by hacking a new site. In order to add an extra layer of security, you can set two-factor authentication on your site.
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8 things successful people do when they don't like someone

Unless you're a genetic anomaly, it's likely you will meet people you don't like throughout your lifetime. Whether it's your mother-in-law or one of your colleagues, you're bound to come across someone you simply don't click with.
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PhpStorm Improves Support for Laravel Blade

PhpStorm just released version 2017.1 and it includes many improvements including support for Codeception, PhpUnit 6.0, and more PHP 7.x features. Beyond these, it also adds support for @includeWhen, @component and @slot directives and PHPDoc through Blade injections.
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Angular 4.0 Is Now Released

Angular 4.0 is now released and is not only smaller & faster, but also has an improved *ngIf and *ngFor, source maps for templates, and more. The template binding syntax now supports a couple helpful changes.
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CouchDB, PouchDB, and Ionic 2: Why PouchDB? | joshmorony - Build Mobile Apps with HTML5

Ionic Native 3.x

Today we’re excited to release the 3.x version of Ionic Native, a project that makes it easy to use over 130 native mobile SDK features in your app through simple JavaScript interfaces, in a way that works across all major platforms (and now the web!).
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Creating a Custom Expandable Header Component for Ionic 2 | joshmorony - Build Mobile Apps with HTML5

7 JavaScript Libraries for Dashboards

Dashboard is a visual indicator of an objective or a business process. It is an invaluable tool for cutting through data clutter and getting down to the essentials. It helps you to evaluate information and allow to make the correct decision in a timely manner.
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Create a Desktop Quiz Application Using Vue.js and Electron

JavaScript is the language on fire. Build an app for any platform you want including website, server, mobile, and desktop. Today, I would be explaining how to build a desktop quiz application using Electron and Vue.js.
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Forget VR and AR, Mixed Reality is The Future

A lot of tech consumers immediately jumped into the bandwagon that was Pokemon Go as its much-awaited release finally happened during 2016. This was pretty understandable as the game had popularized the words “Virtual Reality” and “Augmented Reality” to casual consumers.
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Automatic Ionic 2 Builds For iOS Using Fastlane

When your project get’s close to release, it’s time to think about decent ways to build your Ionic app. Of course you can do this by hand, but if you are having multiple apps and configurations this can get out of hand very fast.
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Plug n Play REST API Development With Simple-Orchestrator

F-Bar – Manage your Laravel Forge Servers from your Mac’s Menubar

F-Bar is a brand new Mac App made by EASTWEST, that allows you to manage your Laravel Forge servers from your Menubar. Last month Laravel released its first official Forge API, and F-Bar utilizes this so you can quickly handle almost all aspects of your servers from an easy to use location.
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Finally! CSS Triangles Without Ugly Hacks

Anyone who has tried to make HTML upvote arrows, speech bubbles or other pointy elements, knows that in order to create a CSS-only triangle you have to use some sort of hack. The two most popular solutions are to create your triangles out of borders, or to use unicode characters.
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Creating a Book Cover Using JavaScript and p5.js

I recently published a book and an interactive course called Coding for Visual Learners. It teaches coding to beginners from scratch using the widely popular JavaScript programming language and the p5.js programming library. Since p5.
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