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How to Mock Data for Node.js Applications using Faker.js

When we start to build an application, we generally do not want to worry much about data. To create a database and fill it with sample data seems much of a hassle to me personally. I rather focus more on creating RESTful API and front end of the application when I prototyping.
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Pong with SVG.js

Everybody loves the vintage game Pong, right? We sure do. What's more fun? Building it yourself! That's why we decided to create one with SVG.js - to highlight some aspects of our library. It might seem like a complex idea for a small tutorial, but as you'll see, it's simpler than it sounds.
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Ionic 2 and Angular 2: Using the Native Camera, Take Multiple Photos with Delete Action.

@NgModule({ declarations: [ MyApp, AboutPage, ContactPage, HomePage, CameraPage, TabsPage ], imports: [ IonicModule.
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Simulate APIs and Backend Server with New Postman Mock Server Feature

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The Ultimate Guide To E-Commerce Platforms – Smashing Magazine

Did you know that bandwidth overage charges are (still) a problem and most users prefer not to rely on a developer? Well, I talked to 917 (real-life) users and created a guide to help others find the e-commerce software that suits them best.
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Scripting with PowerShell

Scripting is always a preferred choice for IT, businesses, server administrators, DBAs and professionals who aim to automate or schedule their routine tasks with flexibility and control. It not only makes you more productive but also improves your daily tasks.
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Explore Open Source Projects with GitTrends

Dozens of new open source projects get posted to GitHub every day. Over the years, this created a huge library of projects and it can be tough sifting through everything. But the new free web app, GitTrends makes searching for projects easy and fun!
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Travel Insurance

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40 High Quality WordPress Themes for 2017

WordPress is one of the best website building platforms these days, which is user-friendly, powerful and offers a number of useful features. However, it is up to the website owner or web developer to decide among an array of WordPress themes to pick the one that suits their taste and needs.
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WordPress Version Control with Git

This article is part of a series created in partnership with SiteGround. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. Version control is an integral part of the web development workflow, and it is no less necessary with WordPress sites.
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Easily Add Social Logins to Your App with Socialite

This article was peer reviewed by Wern Ancheta. Thanks to all of SitePoint’s peer reviewers for making SitePoint content the best it can be!
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Laravel OPcache Package

PHP, since version 5.5, comes bundled with OPcache which improves performance. Here is how PHP documentation explains it: OPcache improves PHP performance by storing precompiled script bytecode in shared memory, thereby removing the need for PHP to load and parse scripts on each request.
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Edit Your CSS Designs In-Browser with CSS George

Have you ever wanted to make direct edits in your browser without switching back to your CSS files? One solution is Chrome Developer Tools but some developers prefer a simpler workflow. That’s where CSS George comes in.
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Creating One Browser Extension For All Browsers: Edge, Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Brave And Vivaldi

In today’s article, we’ll create a JavaScript extension that works in all major modern browsers, using the very same code base.
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F.Lux 4 brings presets and program whitelist

F.Lux 4, a new beta version of the blue light filtering application for Windows, introduces presets, and options to whitelist programs. If you work late at night on a computer, or early in the morning, you may have experienced the effect that artificial light can have on your health.
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Blogging With Git Flow

For a while now, we've used Git Flow in our projects at the YooApps. Git Flow is an add-in for Git, that helps us to follow the feature branch process in a standard way. We usually use our Jira ticket number as names for features, bugs, or hotfixes, and we use the Jira Version as a Release name.
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Laravel Forge PHP SDK

Laravel Forge announced it’s first official API back in February and we have seen a lot of interesting uses like the F-Bar Mac app. Today, Mohamed Said released a PHP SDK for the API that covers all the features.
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Debugging JavaScript with the Node Debugger

It’s a trap! You’ve spent a good amount of time making changes, nothing works. Perusing through the code shows no signs of errors. You go over the logic once, twice or thrice, and run it a few times more. Even unit tests can’t save you now, they too are failing.
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SDKs and Code Examples Are ProgrammableWeb's Fastest Growing Directories

In 2014, ProgrammableWeb went through a platform migration during which we began to look at the underlying data model for our directory. That process led to the the launch of our new directory data model last year.
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Six Unusual Ways to Get More Freelance Clients Than You Can Handle

Be it a professional or an amateur, acquiring freelance clients is probably one of the toughest jobs out there. Needless to say, you can be pushy or squander tons of money on unnecessary advertising, but apart from creating a wide hole in your pockets, it doesn’t really help.
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Create Your Own Auto-Response Bot with Bottr

Most of us remember the Microsoft Tay incident where Internet users taught an AI bot some pretty crazy words in just a few days. It’s a funny example of bots on the web, but you can make your own Twitter or FB messaging bot without the AI stuff.
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Digital Signatures with the ​HelloSign API

We're living in a world with loads of digital capabilities yet somehow any time I need to sign anything for legal purposes, I'm sent paper to print out, sign, scan, and send back.
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Laravel 5.4.17 is released

Today Laravel released v5.4.17 and it includes several new features including a Collection Times method, improvements to the migrations, and more. When creating migrations, Laravel wanted you to define both an “up” method and a “down”.
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How To Secure Your Web App With HTTP Headers – Smashing Magazine

Web applications, be they thin websites or thick single-page apps, are notorious targets for cyber-attacks. In 2016, approximately 40% of data breaches1 originated from attacks on web apps — the leading attack pattern.
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A Look at Desktop Environments: LXDE

LXDE is known as one of the if not the lightest of the main desktop environments available for GNU/Linux. LXDE is extremely minimalistic and comes with very little to no special effects, or resource hungry applications and tools.
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Windscribe voucher: free VPN with 50GB traffic included

The VPN service Windscribe runs a promotion right now that bumps the monthly bandwidth of free users from 10 Gigabytes to 50 Gigabytes. Windscribe offers a free (called limited) and paid accounts. The main differences between free and paid accounts are the following ones:
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