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8 Best Free Libraries For SVG

All modern browsers support the SVG filetype and it’s quickly becoming a favored choice among web designers. You can design beautiful icons as SVGs and scale them to any size without quality loss. This is one of the biggest benefits of the SVG format considering retina displays are on the rise.
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Building a Vue SPA with Laravel Part 3

We will continue building our Vue SPA with Laravel by showing you how to load asynchronous data before the vue-router enters a route. We left off in Building a Vue SPA With Laravel Part 2 finishing a UsersIndex Vue component which loads users from an API asynchronously.
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Building a Vue SPA with Laravel Part 3

We will continue building our Vue SPA with Laravel by showing you how to load asynchronous data before the vue-router enters a route. We left off in Building a Vue SPA With Laravel Part 2 finishing a UsersIndex Vue component which loads users from an API asynchronously.
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Staticman for User-Generated Content on a Jekyll Static Website

Who was your favorite superhero as a kid? Mine was Batman.
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Tips & Tricks for Ionic on Desktop

This a guest post from Rodrigo Fernández, the CTO and co-founder of Savelist, an app that allows you to save and discover products from any online store, and get notified when prices or stock change.
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15 Interesting JavaScript and CSS Libraries for February 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 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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Quick start with Angular Material and Flex-Layout

To design your Angular application, it is possible to use multiple CSS libraries, but Angular Material is specially designed for Angular projects and easy to implement. With mat elements, you can make a nice interface in a very short amount of time.
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Add Google Maps, Places, and Geolocation to an Ionic 2+ App

Note: This post is for Ionic 2 or 3. If you are working with Ionic 1 check Add Google Maps, Places, and Geolocation to an Ionic App. In this tutorial we are going to cover how to implement Google maps inside an ionic 2+ app, using the Google Maps JavaScript SDK.
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Creating a Blogging App Using Angular & MongoDB: Show Post

In the last part of the tutorial series, you saw how to write the REST API endpoint for user login. You used Mongoose to interact with MongoDB from Node. After successful validation, you saw how to use Angular Router for navigating to the HomeComponent.
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How To Streamline WordPress Multisite Migrations With MU-Migration

The differences between the structure of a single site and a WordPress multisite are quite reasonable. With multisite, each subsite gets its own set of database tables, with the exception of the user’s table (wp_user) that is shared across all sites.
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Vuebnb: A Full-Stack Vue.js and Laravel App

This year I've been writing a new book called Full-Stack Vue Web Development: Vue.js, Vuex, and Laravel. It'll be published in early 2018 by Packt Publishing. The book is centered around a case study project, Vuebnb, a simple clone of Airbnb.
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Announcing the Ionic PWA Toolkit Beta

As many of you know, we’ve been working incredibly hard to make Ionic a great option for building Progressive Web Apps, and today I’m happy to announce a project that furthers those initiatives: The beta release of the Ionic PWA Toolkit!
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Increase Ionic Scroll Performance with Virtual Scroll & Infinite Scroll

When working with Ionic we mostly use the classic Ionic list and iteration patterns we know about. However, if you have a lot of data to display it makes sense to keep an eye on performacne of your application.
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Export Angular components as Custom Elements with “Angular Elements”

Disclaimer : the main subject of this post, Angular Elements project, is an alpha project, and APIs explained here could have changed since the release of this blog post. I will try to keep it up-to-date. Update 20171217 : github repository demo has been updated to Angular 5.1.
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Using Web Components With Angular

Angular is an application framework favored by many in the JavaScript community.
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Angular 5 Service Worker - Hacker News PWA Tutorial

It’s a good time to be a web developer - Progressive web apps in Angular just got a whole lot easier as of November 2017.
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Angular 5 Service Worker

This post has been published first on CodingTheSmartWay.com. Angular 5 has been released and the support for building Progressive Web Applications (PWA) with Service Workers has now been build into the framework.
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Launching a Progressive Web App (PWA) with Ionic | joshmorony - Build Mobile Apps with HTML5

Customizing Ionic Apps for Web & Mobile

This is a guest post from Simon Grimm, speaker and educator at Ionic Academy. Simon writes about Ionic frequently on his blog Devdactic. With the development of Ionic apps comes the promise that your code will run on various platforms and screen sizes once it’s ready.
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Building a PWA with Stencil: Storage and Services | joshmorony - Build Mobile Apps with HTML5

Play audio only on YouTube to save bandwidth

Audio Only YouTube is a browser extension for Google Chrome to play the audio stream of YouTube videos only. The video hosting site YouTube offers no option to play only the audio track of videos. While that is probably not desirable in many cases, it is beneficial in a few cases.
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New Course: Build APIs With GraphQL

There are a few special language features that will make your life with GraphQL easier, and in this video you'll learn what they are and how to use them. An API is not always about querying data—sometimes you want to change that data.
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Creating a Blogging App Using Angular & MongoDB: Login

Angular is a one-stop framework for creating mobile and web apps using the same reusable code. Using Angular, you can divide the whole application into reusable components, which makes it easier to maintain and reuse code.
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RxJS: Observables, observers and operators introduction

RxJS is an incredible tool for reactive programming, and today we’re going to dive a little deeper into what Observables and observers are - as well as learn how to create our own operators.
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Upload files in Ionic with AngularFire2

The cloud is your hard drive, but are you prepared to deal with file validation, network latency, scalability, and security? I know I’m not. Luckily, developers now have access to AngularFire2 Storage, which blends Firebase Cloud Storage seamlessly into an Ionic project.
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Introduction · Rangle.io : Angular 2 Training

Over the last three and a half years, Angular has become the leading open source JavaScript application framework for hundreds of thousands of programmers around the world. The "1.x" version of Angular has been widely used and became extremely popular for complex applications. The new Angular 2.
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