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Resonic audio player review

Resonic Player is a free for personal use audio player for Microsoft Windows devices. Designed for audio and music playback, Resonic Player plays all popular audio formats as well as midi and music module formats.
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These Top WordPress Themes Can Make 2018 Your Best Year Ever

This article was sponsored by BAWMedia. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. Web design trends change over the years. Some trends come and go. Others become permanent fixtures.
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Bend Any Website’s CSS To Your Will with Stylish or Stylebot

CSS is the language that styles websites. It controls the colors, the layout, the fonts… pretty much everything concerned with the look of the site. It’s quite powerful. With the changing of a single value, anything on the page can be hidden or revealed.
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Kernel.css – Lightweight, Semantic & Unintrusive Frontend Framework

Developers know the pain of recreating code from scratch. Thankfully, the web development community offers a lot in the way of open source and frontend frameworks. Popular frameworks such as Bootstrap work well but can also feel too bloated.
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UC Millionaire Quiz Launched on UC News Platform in India

UC News, which is one of the leading content aggregation platforms in India is running a quiz contest – UC Millionaire Quiz on its News platform in India.
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Be Watchful: PHP And WordPress Functions That Can Make Your Site Insecure

Or a mention that PHP 5.6 is the last 5.x version still with ongoing security support. You should be on it, at least. And you should have a plan to move onto PHP 7 before 5.6 support ends at the end of 2018. After that, you’ll just have some risky functions to deal with. Starting with…
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Lessons Learned, making our app with Web Components

This is based on a case study where we built a suite of web components to allow anyone to make music visualisations and VJ for nightclubs. Introductory article to this project.
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Introducing CSS Gridish: An Open Source Tool to Help Your Team Adapt CSS Grid Today

Today, I’m excited to introduce a new open-source tool from IBM called CSS Gridish! The goal is to help teams adapt CSS Grid sooner, and to enable more complex layouts. To show how versatile the tool is, here are some example grids from Bootstrap, Carbon Design System, and Material Design.
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Capture Any Website Within a High-Quality Mockup in Seconds with Screenpeek

Screenpeek is a tool built to take screenshots of websites and place them within a high-quality mockup. Built by Hans Pagel and Philipp Kühn: Hey @taylorotwell, thank you so much for building a great eco system. We built a tiny tool to take screenshots and place them in mockups.
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Iris a cross-platform eye protection software

When it comes to working long hours staring at computer screens, you may experience downsides such as eye strain or sleep issues. Eye protection software like F.
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Experimental CSS Pseudo-Classes and Pseudo-Elements

In my previous article, I've showcased new HTML and CSS features to look forward to in 2018. In this post, I'm digging a bit deeper and showing some experimental CSS pseudo-classes and pseudo-elements that will soon provide lots of new possibilities for developers.
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Rapid Web Deployment for Laravel With GitHub, Linode, and RunCloud.io

If you are a PHP programmer working with the Laravel framework, I am sure that you deploy your web application on cloud servers on providers like Linode, Digital Ocean, Vultr and the rest.
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10 Best Free Animation Libraries For The Web

You can build some crazy things with UI animations on the web. This is quickly becoming the norm for modern websites where user engagement is a big deal. If you look around you’ll find plenty of code generators and custom tools to help with animation.
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How to Build a Simple Web Server with Node.js

The following is an excerpt from the book Get Programming with Node.js, published by manning.com. You can purchase the book here at a 37% discount by using the code fccwexler. This article is a practical introduction to using Node.js. We’re going to go over installing Node.
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