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Laravel Stats: Code Statistics for your Laravel Projects

The output provides metrics grouped into Commands, Controllers, Migrations, Models, Seeders, and Service Providers. Inspired by rake stats (now rails stats), the goal is to provide code insights like lines of code, code to test ratio, and methods per class.
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Build a React App With a Laravel Back End: Part 2, React

This is the second and final part of the series on building a React application with a Laravel back end. In the first part of the series, we created a RESTful API using Laravel for a basic product-listing application. In this tutorial, we will be developing the front end using React. 
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Vue.js Tutorial: From jQuery to Vue.js

As far as JavaScript libraries are concerned, there’s never been a more popular library than jQuery. It made (and still does) DOM traversal a cinch using CSS selectors at a time when browser compatibility was a significant issue for developers.
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Using Ionic with Any Framework (or None at All) | joshmorony - Build Mobile Apps with HTML5

Ionic 4 with Angular 1.6

Last week I published an early view of how to use Ionic 4 with Vue.js, today I'll be showing you how we can do the same thing with Angular 1.6. Please bare in mind that Ionic 4 is in a super early stage of development and things may change as time goes on. Let's create a new Angular 1.
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Getting Started with Angular and User Authentication

This article was originally published on OKTA Developer Blog. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. AngularJS reigned as king of JavaScript MVC frameworks for several years.
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How to Transcribe YouTube Videos Automatically

A lot of us may not know but YouTube comes with many useful features like translation for titles and description and YouTube keyboard shortcuts etc. Similarly, there are ways with which you can transcribe YouTube videos.
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Beautiful Timeline Component in Ionic 3

In this tutorial we will be building a beautiful timeline component to display any suitable content from blog posts to comments or any other information. The sample of what we will be building is shown in the preview link. As you can see, the timeline component is responsive also.
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The Official Unit Testing Utility Library for Vue.js Is Now Available

Vue.js now has an official unit testing library for testing Vue applications. It provides methods for unit testing your components.
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A Look at Bootstrap 4's New Reset: Reboot.css

I've been wanting to write this article for a long time - since to be exact. It's been in the back of my mind and bugging me forever. I'm glad I'm finally going to sit down and bang this post out despite there probably being a ton of great resources out there on this.
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Overlay Glasses/Masks on Avatars with Vue.js and Cloudinary

Deep Learning, a subset of machine learning, helps break down tasks in ways that makes all kinds of machine assists seem possible. With deep learning, it is now possible to do image recognition by machines.
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Deploying a Node App to Digital Ocean

There are various platforms that help with deploying NodeJS apps to production. Zeit Now is one such platform. While those platforms can help, in this tutorial, we’ll be looking at how to deploy a NodeJS app to Digital Ocean.
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11 tips for developing great mobile apps

When mobile apps were first introduced to users, there was a mad scramble to churn out apps by the dozens. Entrepreneurs and developers had this burning desire to make apps for everything.
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