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Two Best Laravel Packages to Manage Roles/Permissions

Roles and permissions are an important part of many web applications. Laravel historically had a lot of packages for them, and improved the core code as well. So what is the situation on this market today? What packages are the best to use? I’ve picked two.
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Customizing Bootstrap Layouts: Trends, Tools & Frameworks

Bootstrap is currently the number one front-end framework and easily the quickest way to build layouts. It has been around for years and third-party developers have even published their own resources online. These resources range from free themes to detailed plugins and frameworks.
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Laravel v5.4.29 is Released with Two New Blade Directives

Laravel V5.4.29 is now released and available. This is a maintenance release but it includes two new Blade Directives, a --force option on some of the “make” commands, and more. The @auth directive allows you to simplify the check to see if a user is logged in.
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Is a 4-Hour Workday Your Dream? Get To It With 260+ Pre-Built Websites

You might think that you have the needed skills to get by financially on a 4-hour workday.  Yet, it can be challenging to figure out how to get started down that path. As it is at the moment, even 8-hour workdays aren’t always enough to meet your deadlines.
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Insights into Laravel package design

Laravel is a massively influential PHP framework, and its simple but powerful design means that it’s easy to utilize packages in your application. In this blog post, we will look at the basics of creating and installing Laravel packages.
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Uploading a Production PWA with Ionic | joshmorony - Build Mobile Apps with HTML5

Build a Progressive Web App: Offline Git Trending App Part 1 (Concepts and Service Workers)

I love mobile apps too, and it's one of those who was strong-headed about accepting the new technology that simplified building mobile apps with web technologies.
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Use Any JavaScript Library With Vue.js

Lodash, Moment, Axios, Async... these are useful JavaScript libraries that you'll want to utilize in many of your Vue.js apps. But as your project grows you'll be separating code into single file components and module files.
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Postman 5.0 Includes Pro Features for Free

10 Top Web Development Frameworks In 2017

As the web matures and the versatility of online space rapidly grows, the way of building feature-rich applications gets considerably more complicated.
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Bouncer: a Laravel Package for Role and Ability Authorization

Bouncer is an authorization package by Joseph Silber which allows role and ability checks at Laravel’s authorization gate. The package is described as follows: Bouncer provides a mechanism to handle roles and abilities in Laravel’s ACL.
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A Practical Guide to Planning a MEAN Stack Application

A Practical Guide to Planning a MEAN Stack Application is an excerpt from Manning’s Getting MEAN with Mongo, Express, Angular, and Node, Second Edition.
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MapQuest Announces Release of MapQuest.js: An Interactive JavaScript Mapping Library

We're excited to announce the release of the successor to our Leaflet Plugins, MapQuest.js! Built with Leaflet v1.1.0 integration, MapQuest.js provides all of the power of the MapQuest geospatial platform combined with the elegance of the open-source Leaflet mapping library.
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Texmaker 5.0 LaTeX editor released

Texmaker 5.0, a new version of the crossplatform LaTeX editor for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux, has been released on July 17, 2017. The new version comes with a new interface, high DPI support for Texmaker on Windows and Linux, and other improvements.
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15 Interesting JavaScript and CSS Libraries for July 2017

Our mission at Tutorialzine is to keep you up to date with the latest and coolest trends in web development. That’s why every month we release a handpicked collection of some of the best resources that we’ve stumbled upon and deemed worthy of your attention.
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Creating a Serverless Meetup API Wrapper

Yesterday I was doing some research into serverless meetups when I encountered something that bugged me about the Meetup.com web site. Specifically, this: I couldn’t search for meetups until I logged in. Now, don’t get me wrong, I’ve got a Meetup.
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11 concepts to master as a newbie to coding

This article is expressly for newbies first starting out with code. The purpose is to give a rough framework before moving onto other areas like bootstrap, jquery or javascript. 1 Learn to use Emmet. If you have never heard of it, then make sure you hear about it before you progress any further.
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Get started with Google's Backup and Sync app

Google's new Backup and Sync app replaces both the company's Drive and Photos desktop apps for Windows PCs and Macs. You can use the app to back up the contents of your entire computer -- or just selected folders. First, download the app from the Google Drive page or from the Google Photos page.
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