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Responsive Images Made Easy with ResponsifyJS

The modern web should be 100% responsive and newer libraries are making this increasingly possible. With free plugins, such as ResponsifyJS, it’s even easier to get your websites working on all devices.
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Convert Your Doodles into Horrific Images with Pix2Pix

What do you get when you blend man-made doodles and machine learning together? Well, the Dutch broadcaster NPO has an answer to that, something called Pix2Pix, a little web application that turns your doodles into rather terrifying images using the machine learning technology.
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Create Custom Right-Click Context Menus with justContext.js

Every web browser has a default context menu. This appears when the user right-clicks anywhere on a page and it usually has the same options, such as “copy”, “save”, or “inspect element”.
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Ionic 3 and Angular 4: PHP Restful API User Authentication for Login and Signup.

This table contains user daily updates. You have to create an injectable component for API autentication. The following ionic command help you to create files automatically. Now go to and import provider and . Now got and import Welcome, Login and Signup pages.
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Monica is a Laravel Powered Personal Relationship Manager

Coaster CMS is a Laravel powered CMS created by the full-service digital agency Web-Feet.co.uk. Being an agency, they…
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Best Web Development Frameworks Comparison

Many of the modern web developers use their own frameworks and development tools which make their work faster, efficient and convenient. By using these tools web developers tries to upgrade themselves to the latest development in web technologies.
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Laravel IO Launches Its Next Version

The Laravel community project, Laravel.io, that includes a forum and Pastebin, launched a brand new version. The release features a new design, a new authentication system, and the entire codebase has been rewritten from scratch.
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5 HTML Features You Might Not Know About

For a language so simple and easy to learn, HTML surely offers an unexpected amount of useful features, many of which most of us don’t even know about.
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StorURL: cross-browser bookmarks manager for Windows

StorURL is a cross-browser bookmarks manager for Microsoft Windows devices that supports Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Internet Explorer. Bookmarks are quite the useful thing in the browser world, considering that they allow you to keep a record of sites in the browser.
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Hello, Laravel? Communicating with PHP through Phone Calls!

Twilio is a SaaS application which enables developers to build telephone applications using web technologies. In this two-part series, we will leverage Twilio to build a weather forecast app that is accessed using the telephone system.
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Coaster CMS

Coaster CMS is a Laravel powered CMS created by the full-service digital agency Web-Feet.co.uk. Being an agency, they specialize in offering solutions to a wide range of clients, and this is where Coaster CMS was born.
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Bring Laravel Collections to JavaScript with Collect.js

Collect.js is a port of Laravel Collections to JavaScript. It’s dependency free and makes working with arrays and objects easy. All comparisons in collect.js are done using strict equality. Using loose equality comparisons are generally frowned upon in JavaScript.
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Hybrid Apps And React Native: A Time To Transition?

Accomplished musicians often talk about how, at certain moments in their careers, they had to unlearn old habits in order to progress. This process often causes them to regress in performance while they adjust to an ultimately better method.
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DonationCoder.com (Tech Sites We Love)

DonationCoder.com is a long standing community site of software authors and users that is entirely donation based. This is the third part of a series in which we review tech sites that we have a lot of respect for. The first two parts covered the download portal Majorgeeks.com and Nirsoft.net.
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Build Dynamic Graphs Quickly on D3 with Plottable.js

The free D3.js library is just one of many that lets you create interactive graphics on the page. While D3 is perhaps the most popular of the bunch, learning to use it is no easy task. That’s why Plottable.js is such a valuable library. It’s a free open-source project built on top of D3.
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How to Learn Programming Languages Faster

The following is an excerpt from The Complete Software Developer’s Career Guide by John Sonmez. To get the entire book delivered to your inbox, go here. For software developers, learning is a journey, not a destination. You will always be able to get better — if you choose to.
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19+ JavaScript Shorthand Coding Techniques

This really is a must read for any JavaScript-based developer. I have written this article as a vital source of reference for learning shorthand JavaScript coding techniques that I have picked up over the years.
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Drop jQuery From Your Bootstrap Project (and Replace it With Vue.js!)

Bootstrap is the internet’s most popular web page framework. I’m unaware of a quicker way to build a responsive web project than with Bootstrap. But since my tool of choice for adding dynamic functionality to a page is Vue.
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IcoFont Gives You 2100+ Free Icons in a Single Font File

With the rise of web fonts and embeddable CSS fonts, it’s much easier nowadays to create truly unique websites from scratch. The newest trend is icon fonts that are usually smaller than images, much easier to scale, and they’re crystal clear on all screen sizes (including retina).
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Which JavaScript Framework for WordPress Core?

If you keep up on WordPress news at all, you may be aware that WordPress Core will soon include a JavaScript framework, in addition to Backbone.js (which will remain and continue to be maintained). But the hunt for the correct JavaScript framework for WordPress Core has been an interesting one.
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