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Advanced Forms & Validation in Ionic 2 | joshmorony - Build Mobile Apps with HTML5

NativeScript Theme Builder

What is NativeScript? NativeScript is an open source framework for building cross-platform native mobile apps with JavaScript/TypeScript. One code base, multiple platforms, using the web skills you know and love.
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How to Use TypeScript to Build a Node API with Express

Like it or not, JavaScript has been helping developers power the Internet since 1995. In that time, JavaScript usage has grown from small user experience enhancements to complex full-stack applications using Node.
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Metaprogramming, Higher-Order Components and Mixins with Angular Ivy

Everyone in the Angular community is excited about the approaching release of Ivy — the new Angular renderer. I’m excited about all of these. But deep down the thing I’m excited about the most is something else.
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So Who Won the NativeScript Uplabs Challenge?

We viewed this as a design challenge primarily. Everyone knows you can create truly native UIs with NativeScript, but not everyone knows that you can build engaging native UIs as well.
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The All Powerful Front-End Developer

The gist is that the front-end stack is wildly powerful these days. Our front-end skillset can be expanded to give us power to do back-end-ish things and talk with APIs that allow us to build entire products in a way we haven't quite been able to before.
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The Best JavaScript and CSS Libraries for 2018

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 share with you our favorite open source resources.
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Progressive Web Apps: The Case for PWAs

Now that you know what a progressive web app is, you’re probably wondering if your organization would benefit from one. To determine if it makes sense for your organization, ask yourself two questions:
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Using MongoDB with Ionic and NestJS

In the previous few NestJS tutorials we have been discussing how to set up a basic REST API that we can interact with using an Ionic application.
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Improving Drupal and Gatsby Integration - The Drupal Modules

At weKnow we are not only using Drupal, we also take contributing back very seriously and now is the time for improving the Drupal and Gatsby integration.
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How I coded the iOS app UI for NativeScript Uplabs competition using Vue Js

The idea behind this post is to share my experience coding the Finances App UI for NativeScript Uplabs Competition, in addition to sharing my experience I have made it also as a guide for people new to NativeScript to try coding an UI and see how simple and easy is to build a Pure Native App for iOS
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Learn to code in 2019, get hired, and have fun along the way

Last year, I wrote a post that went viral which gave you step by step instructions on how to become a web developer from scratch and for free.
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AssemblyScript/assemblyscript

AssemblyScript compiles strictly typed TypeScript (basically JavaScript with types) to WebAssembly using Binaryen. It generates lean and mean WebAssembly modules while being just an npm install away. Try it out in WebAssembly Studio!
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Authentication for the REST of us

If you’ve ever used accessed a web application that stores user data like Instagram, or Twitter, chances are you’ve encountered some form of authentication. Authentication is the basis for securing data and content online.
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Material Theme Generator

Build Simple Authentication in Express in 15 Minutes

Building web pages with user authentication can be a huge pain. You typically need to set up some sort of database to manage users even if you're not using the database for anything else.
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A Complete Guide To Routing In Angular

Upgrade your inbox and get our editors’ picks twice a month. Throughout this tutorial, Ahmed Bouchefra introduces Angular Router and how you can use it to create client-side apps and Single Page Apps with routing and navigation.
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Build a Basic CRUD App with Angular and Node

In recent years, single page applications (SPAs) have become more and more popular. A SPA is a website that consists of just one page. That lone page acts as a container for a JavaScript application. The JavaScript is responsible for obtaining the content and rendering it within the container.
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Refactoring C: Error Handling Is Hard, Error Reporting Is Harder

As part of my usual routine, I’m trying out writing some code in C, to get a feeling for a different environment. I wanted to build something that is both small enough to complete in a reasonable amount of time and complex enough that it would allow me to really explore how to use things.
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Top 21 JavaScript and CSS Libraries for UI/UX

If you want to add forms on your website with autocomplete features, this is the library that you should use. It is accurate and fast. We specifically loved the map feature which allows you to add a map in the address field for searching locations.
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Ionic and Wordpress Integration using Wordpress REST API

Get 3 high end templates + FREE Ionic 4 starter app with PWA support FOR A VERY SPECIAL PRICE! Let's build an Ionic app for your Wordpress site using Wordpress REST API! This ionic tutorial will show you how to communicate with the WP API in order to get your Wordpress posts, categories, comments.
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How to optimize Angular applications

Angular is the most popular framework for building single page web applications. Although i said single page but it doesn't necessarily mean that your application can contain only one page. You can create a website with dozens of pages using Angular.
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Debugging Angular Apps

We have been working with a variety of concepts in Angular, but when it comes to debugging our Angular application, that’s when it becomes one of the hardest parts of the job.
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10 Node Frameworks to Use in 2019

More developers have switched to using JavaScript to build more applications, especially for the web. This has brought about an exponential growth in the usage of frameworks built specifically for the JavaScript community to facilitate quick prototyping and building of awesome projects. When Node.
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Wes Bos on Twitter

Nice little trick adapted from @Fotiman after the most recent @syntaxfm Get an array of all month/day names using .
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Total Guide To Angular 6+ Dependency Injection — providedIn vs providers:[ ] ?

I know, I know… Angular 7 is out already but this topic is as relevant as ever! Angular 6 brought us new better providedIn syntax for registration of services into Angular dependency injection mechanism. Let’s do a quick recapitulation of what is a dependency injection.
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Coding Exercise: Build JavaScript Array Methods From Scratch

There's no better way to ensure that you understand how something works than building you're own version from scratch. In this article we are going to do just that by creating our own versions of Map, Reduce, Sort, and Filter from scratch. Here's the Codepen for reference.
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NgRx Authentication Tutorial

TL;DR: In this article, we’ll get a quick refresher on NgRx basics and get up to speed on more features of the NgRx ecosystem. We'll then walk through how to add Auth0 authentication to an NgRx app. You can access the finished code for this tutorial on the ngrx-auth GitHub repository.
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WIP : feat() : support ng add by mhartington · Pull Request #15323 · ionic-team/ionic

Have a question about this project? Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. By clicking “Sign up for GitHub”, you agree to our terms of service and privacy statement. We’ll occasionally send you account related emails.
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Doka.js

I've seen this product built by Rik for months & months polishing it to every last detail & sharing all the cool GIFs on Telegram & Twitter. This has to be the best image editor. Great job Rik ?
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Stephen Grider on Twitter

I sometimes get asked about creating online educational content and always end up writing the same general response. Here are my tips if you're looking to put something together for Youtube, Udemy, or similar.
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3 Things you can do right now to improve your Ionic and Firebase app performance

You want to give your users the best experience when using your app, heck, and I was constantly Googling or going into the Ionic forums to ask “Why is Ionic + Firebase so slow?“.
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A First Timers Guide to an Open Source Project

Here at Auth0, we’re all about open source. As a business, we actively contribute to, and benefit from, open source and have over 25,000 stars across multiple projects.
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Online and Offline Sync with Angular and IndexedDb

In this blogpost I want to describe how to develop a todo application which stores the items in the IndexedDb and synchronises it later if the app gets back online.
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Easy Dev Backend for NativeScript Apps

During development, I prefer using a local backend that I quickly spin up along with my NativeScript apps. Why? It's easy, it's offline, it gives me more control, and it allows me to reason about my app in a more realistic way during development.
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Running TypeScript Scripts With Ease with ts-node

While not for everybody, TypeScript, as well as other strongly typed languages, have been gaining in popularity. With TypeScript being a superset of JavaScript, using it means transpiling your *.ts files down to pure JavaScript before the V8 engine can understand them.
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Learn how to use FCM to receive Push notifications on Ionic Framework

FCM (or Firebase Cloud Messaging) is an excellent way to keep our users engaged with our app, and it also helps them by notifying them of important things that are happening.
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Building Mobile Apps with Ionic 2

Take Ionic 1, the most popular and powerful HTML5 mobile application framework, supercharge it with Angular 2 and the latest web tech and you have Ionic 2. Learn this revolutionary framework with Building Mobile Apps with Ionic 2.
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Angular is easy — Part 2: the demonstration

The 2018 State of JavaScript survey initiated a buzz about its Angular stats: about 30% of users are supposed to have used Angular, but would not use it again, mainly because it is supposed to be “bloated and complex”.
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Swipeable card stack using Vue.js and interact.js

I recently had an opportunity to work on a fantastic research and development project at Netguru. The goal of project (codename: "Wordguru") was to create a card game that anyone can play with their friends. You can see the outcome here.
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Capacitor in 2019: Native Progressive Web Apps for All

? if you’re new here, Capacitor is the latest project from the team behind Ionic Framework that provides an abstraction on top of Native SDKs so you can write modern web apps and access any Native SDK through a cross-platform, portable layer.
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Error Handling with Angular 6 - Tips and Best Practices

Handling errors properly is essential in building a robust application in Angular. Error handlers provide an opportunity to present friendly information to the user and collect important data for development.
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Wildcard Routes in Angular

In a routing-based angular application, we create different routes to be directed to, and for that we create different components. If you are new to routing, refer to my previous article on how to create basic routes in Angular here.
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API

The API category provides a solution for making HTTP requests to REST and GraphQL endpoints. It includes a AWS Signature Version 4 signer class which automatically signs all AWS API requests for you as well as methods to use API Keys, Amazon Cognito User Pools, or 3rd party OIDC providers.
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star rating (like Amazon)

as seen from @leaverou https://twitter.com/rikschennink/status/1063375994776678400/photo/1 not testet in MS Edge (Internet Explorer does not support https://caniuse.
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Will nano-payments save the web?

At least, once we are able to provide/accommodate them in an easily digestible form. But let’s start at the beginning. That is the really easy part, it’s the ability to do, and to accept really small amounts. To get this thing started I would say $0.05 and up. But ideally, it starts even lower.
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The Ultimate Answer To The Very Common Angular Question: subscribe() vs | async Pipe

Most of the popular Angular state management libraries like NgRx expose application state in a form of a stream of state objects. This is usually implemented with the help of RxJS Observables.
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The Complete Guide To Progressive Web Apps with Ionic 4

Ionic 4 is a step forward for Progressive Web Apps. It’s clear to me that the Ionic Framework team is doing a great job positioning themselves as the Framework of choice to build PWAs.
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NativeScripting

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Angular + Jest + Wallabyjs why it is the ideal combination! And how to configure

Some months ago I discovered Jest, snapshot testing finally an easy way to test my html and get a nice feedback in Angular. From the first moment I was in love with this new way of testing. I had the opportunity to add it to a new project where I was just started to work on.
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