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Why I'm Betting on Web Components (and You Should Think About Using Them Too)

For years there has been a long discussion about the Web Components standards. On one side, there are developers who think that there is a broken promise in the standard. Others think otherwise and the discussion continues today (and will probably continue in the future).
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Top 9 JavaScript Charting Libraries

Since you're reading this, it surely would be no news to you that data visualization has become a very critical part of the IT world today.
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Localisation and Translation on the Web

Coming from the English-speaking world, it can be easy to maintain the bubble that is the English-speaking World Wide Web. But in fact, more than half of web pages are written in languages other than English.
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How to Update Your App for iOS 11: Drag and Drop

iOS 11 has elevated iOS, in particular for the iPad, into a true multi-tasking platform, thanks to Drag and Drop. This promises to blur the boundaries between apps, allowing content to be shared easily.
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The Front-End Checklist is just a tool… everything depends on you.

One month ago, I launched the Front-End Checklist on GitHub. In less than 2 weeks, more than 10,000 people around the world starred the repository. That was completely unexpected and incredible! I've been working as a front-end developer since 2011, but I started to build websites in 2000.
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Executive Insights on the Current and Future State of Web App Development

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Automate Tasks by Creating Custom Artisan command in Laravel

Out of the box, Laravel comes installed with a lot of helpful commands available to use in an application. But as your application grows, you might find it time wasting, performing some tasks like populating database with user's data or products.
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