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Real-World Angular Series - Part 1: MEAN Setup & Angular Architecture

TL;DR: This tutorial series covers building and deploying a full-stack JavaScript application from the ground up with hosted MongoDB, Express, Angular (v2+), and Node.js (also known as MEAN stack). The completed code is available in the mean-rsvp-auth0 GitHub repo.
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New Course: Easy Mobile Apps With Ionic Creator

You can take our new course straight away with a subscription to Envato Elements. For a single low monthly fee, you get access not only to this course, but also to our growing library of over 1,000 video courses on Tuts+. 
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How to Build a Lyrics Website with Laravel Scout and Algolia

Laravel Scout is a driver-based library for adding full-text search to Eloquent models. If you’re not familiar with Laravel or Eloquent models in general, we have a good premium course available here. In this tutorial, we will create a minimal lyrics web site using Laravel Scout and Algolia.
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How to Turn Existing Web Pages Into RESTful APIs With Import.io

Figure 3: Spreadsheet data extracted from a web page can be easily converted to a chart.
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Faking Server-Side Rendering With Vue.js and Laravel

Server-side rendering (SSR) is a design concept for full-stack web apps that provides a rendered page to the browser. The idea is that the page can be shown while the user waits for scripts to be downloaded and run. If you aren't using a Node.
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The Options for Programmatically Documenting CSS

I strongly believe that the documentation should be kept as close to the code as possible. Based on my experience, that's the only option that works well in the long term. External documents, notes, and wikis all eventually get outdated, forgotten, and lost.
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Local by Flywheel

I've switched all my local WordPress development over to Local by Flywheel. I heard about it from y'all when we did a poll not to long ago about local WordPress development. Bottom line: it's really good. It does everything you want it to, well, with zero hassle, and nothing more.
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Bulk Delete UI with CSS Clip-Path in Ionic | joshmorony - Build Mobile Apps with HTML5

Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality (AR vs VR)- What are the Differences

Off late, two terms which we have been hearing quite often when it comes to technology are Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality. While both are really great innvoative features they are most often confused. These two technologies have very different practical functions and uses.
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20 Best HTML5 Game Templates of 2017

Over the past several years, we have seen HTML5 used to create many great online solutions. We have also seen it used to create some great fun! With the vanishing of Flash, HTML5 quickly became the universal platform to create browser-based games for both desktop and mobile devices.
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Philter.js – Free Image Alteration Library Using CSS Filters

Instagram is widely known as the most popular photo network. It handles over 52 million photos per day and many of them include filters that alter images on the fly. This is also possible using CSS filters which apply directly in the browser.
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Why Use a Third-Party Form Validation Library?

We've just wrapped up a great series of posts from Chris Ferdinandi on modern form validation. It starts here. These days, browsers have quite a few built-in tools for handling form validation including HTML attributes that can do quite a bit on their own, and a JavaScript API that can do even more.
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Angular Bootstrap with Material Design

Powerful and free Material Design UI KIT. Built with Angular 2, Bootstrap 4 and TypeScript. CLI version available. Absolutely no jQuery. 400+ material UI elements, 600+ material icons, 74 CSS animations, TypeScript modules, SASS files and many more. All fully responsive.
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file_get_contents

This function is similar to file(), except that file_get_contents() returns the file in a string, starting at the specified offset up to maxlen bytes. On failure, file_get_contents() will return FALSE. file_get_contents() is the preferred way to read the contents of a file into a string.
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Full Page Screenshots in Browsers

It can be quite useful to get a "full page" screenshot in a browser. That is, not just the visible area. The visible area is pretty easy to get just by screenshotting the screen. A full page screenshot captures the entire web site even if it needs to be scrolled around to see all of it.
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