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Create an Intelligent App With Google Cloud Speech and Natural Language APIs

An application that truly understands a natural language is something sci-fi enthusiasts, programmers, and AI researchers have dreamed about for decades. Today, thanks to large advances in machine learning technologies, that dream is closer than ever to becoming a reality.
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20 Excellent Resources for Learning Kotlin

Laravel Sketchpad

Sketchpad is a new project, by Dave Stewart, that is an innovative live-coding, development and admin environment for your existing Laravel site. It provides automatic routing, UI, and tooling around your controllers and methods, allowing you to write and run code without any glue.
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Explore Open Source Laravel Projects with Open Laravel

Web developers love frameworks because they save time and improve code quality. There are many PHP frameworks out there but Laravel is by far the best. If you’re just getting into Laravel you can learn a lot by studying other people’s code. That’s where Open Laravel comes in handy.
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How to Use Laravel Mix in Non-Laravel Projects

This article was peer reviewed by Younes Rafie, Wern Ancheta, and Christopher Pitt. Thanks to all of SitePoint’s peer reviewers for making SitePoint content the best it can be!
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What is the one package you install in all Laravel projects?

Mike Erickson (@codedungeon) asked this question on Twitter, and it had a lot of great responses. I had a gut feeling the Debugbar by Barry vd. Heuvel would win this category and, sure enough, it had the most people recommending it.
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GitHub launches Marketplace to help developers find the tools they need

Source code management platform GitHub is making it easier for developers to find the right tools to improve and fine-tune their existing workflows.
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