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A Dirty Webpack Trick That Reduced Our gzipped Bundle Size by 55KB

At my day job, we’re using Webpack 2 to make our JavaScript as small as possible. Bundle splitting ensures web apps get only the code they need, individual vendor files ensure caching stays as stable as possible, dead code elimination and tree shaking make our files small.
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Pure CSS3 LavaLamp Menu

I think that you have already seen various animated menus with the LavaLamp effect (based on jQuery plugin). Today I would like to tell you how to repeat the same behavior only with CSS3 (without any JavaScript). I had to use CSS3 transitions in our menu (to animate elements).
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4 Reasons to Use a CDN for WordPress

You can learn how to secure a WordPress site with CloudFlare CDN in this SitePoint Premium course (requires a Premium subscription). The Internet has a need for speed; that much everyone already knows.
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Ionic 3 and Angular 4: Adding Custom Fonts like Open Sans and Font Awesome.

We all know that Ionic is the useful framework for building HTML 5 mobile applications. It is mainly designed for the front end. When it comes to look and feel of the Ionic website, you have to work more on your application branding standards.
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Foundation 6.4 Released

Foundation 6.4 has been released by the team over at Zurb, and while it’s packed with tweaks and improvements that you’d expect from any release, the big news is that the Flexbox-based grid is now the default layout tool.
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CloudApp: Screen Recording Software on Steroids (With a Simple UI)

As an editor, writer, web designer, and developer, being a good communicator is a must-have skill for me. While it certainly is a boon to my job that I have strong English skills, that's often not enough.
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​An Introduction to Component IO

This article is part of an SEO series from Component IO. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible.
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SafeCharge Launches Single API-Based Marketplace Manager

Why I’m Switching from React to Cycle.js

I would guess that most developers these days are using some sort of framework for developing apps. Frameworks are there to help us structure complex apps and save us time. Every day, we can see much discussion about which framework is the best, which framework should you learn first, etc.
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Scheduling Tasks with Cron Jobs

Cron Jobs are used for scheduling tasks to run on the server. They're most commonly used for automating system maintenance or administration. However, they are also relevant to web application development. There are many situations when a web application may need certain tasks to run periodically.
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Pre-Render a Vue.js App (With Node Or Laravel)

Server-side rendering is all the rage right now. But it's not without its downsides. Pre-rendering is an alternative approach that may even be better in some circumstances. One of the downsides to JavaScript-based apps is that the browser receives an essentially empty page from the server.
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Top PHP Frameworks of 2017

PHP has gained far-reaching recognition and has become the world’s most versatile scripting language. Almost exclusively used in web development, it is easy to learn and implement.
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What's New in Laravel 5.5

At the time of this writing, Laravel 5.5 is not released yet. It is slated, as the next major release, for release in July 2017. To play around with new features and changes, you need to grab the dev release of Laravel using this Laravel Installer command: Laravel 5.5 will require PHP 7.0+.
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PDFfiller Announces the Release of API 2.0

This article is a company-provided press release and although ProgrammableWeb may have edited it, it cannot vouch for the accuracy of the statements within. If you have questions regarding the information below, please contact the company that issued the press release.
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