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Build an Elastic Range Input with SVG and anime.js

Among all the fascinating web components we can found in any UI, forms are usually the most boring part. In the past, there used to be only a few text input elements, where the user had to enter the data manually.
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Creating a Sense of 3D With the Perspective Property of CSS3

In this tutorial, we will create an interactive element with the CSS3 perspective property in order to give a sense of three dimensions. This tutorial will also teach you how to use jQuery with mouse events in order to obtain element positions in JavaScript and how to manipulate the CSS properties.
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Google is improving Progressive Web Apps on Chrome and Chrome OS

Near the end of last year, Google told developers that it was working to phase out apps in the Chrome Web Store, in favor of platform-independent Progressive Web Apps. While PWAs already fully work in Chrome and Chrome OS, Google has been trying to make them look and feel more like desktop programs.
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Creating and Publishing Web Components with Stencil

Web Components is a technology I’ve been excited about for years. The idea is that you can create your own UI components that are supported in the browser regardless of which framework you are using (or none at all for that matter).
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Freebie: 2 Beautiful Checkout Forms

In this post we would like to share with you 2 awesome shopping cart and payment form templates. Just like all our freebies, these templates are completely free to use (no attribution required), fully responsive, and super easy to implement - just copy and paste!
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Polacode – Easily Share Code Screenshots from VS Code

Polacode is an extension for VS Code that allows you to quickly create awesome screenshots of your code for sharing with others. What makes this unique is it keeps your existing theme and fonts and puts it in a nice layout. Here is an example: I do agree the output looks great and is quick to use.
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Stimulus: A JavaScript Framework for People Who Love HTML

Stimulus is a “modest JavaScript framework”, built by the folks at Basecamp who brought you Rails. It is, in many ways, the opposite of other modern frameworks available today. While you might see some similar concepts and naming, Stimulus is very different in some fundamental ways.
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How to Keep your Folders on FTP Server and Google Drive in Sync

How do you connect an FTP server to your Google Drive or Dropbox for transferring files in either direction automatically? Well, the easiest option would be to use a desktop FTP client likeCyberduck(supports Mac & Windows, free) orTransmit(Mac only, paid).
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Understanding and Working with Files in Laravel

File uploads is one the most commonly used features on the web. From uploading avatars to family pictures to sending documents via email, we can't do without files on the web. In today’s article will cover all the ways to handle files in Laravel.
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How To Build An Ionic App With A Graphcool Backend - Part 5

In the previous parts of this tutorial, we created a Shopping List app with Ionic which uses Apollo Client to query and mutate data in a Graphcool backend. In this part, we'll set up a GraphQL subscription to get real-time updates from the backend.
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Laravel Zero 5.6 is Now Released

Have you ever wanted to stream a coding session? LaraStream is a new live streaming service created by Jordan Dalton…
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My Favorite Front-End Development Extensions for Visual Studio Code

Visual Studio Code is one of the newest kids on the IDE “block” and it’s making a lot of noise. It’s taken a little while to gain traction, perhaps because it’s one of Microsoft’s few open source products, but it’s taken the open source community by storm.
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LaraTalent – A New Way to Hire and Get Hired

LaraTalent is a brand new take on getting you the best job or the best employee. LaraTalent turns the job search process on its head. As part of a hand-selected group presented to employers, YOU get their full attention and YOU select the employers you’d like to interview with.
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A web animations deep dive with Angular

Join our upcoming public training! Contents are based on Angular version >= 2.x unless explicitly stated differently.
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Creating a Flash Message Service in Ionic | joshmorony - Build Mobile Apps with HTML5

My Talk Writing Process

Some people have a talk preparation process that is super organized and runs like a well-oiled machine. Mine, on the other hand, is a bit messy, but it works for me. Even when a talk looks polished and put together on stage, it doesn’t mean the process to get it there was that way too.
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Flamelink

An easy-to-use CMS for Google’s Firebase. KEEP ME UPDATED Interface Manage your media and build custom menus to change up your content on the fly. Create custom content types like content entries and forms to effortlessly create and edit content entries.
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Angular 2 WhatsApp clone with Meteor & Ionic

Facing your next app project, web, mobile or both, you want to choose the best solutions to start fast while also solutions that will stay relevant when your project grows and scales. Angular, Meteor and Ionic are all platforms that aim to supply everything you need to write when creating an app.
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CodeSandbox

We know how overwhelming JavaScript development can be. With CodeSandbox we specifically focus on web application development to make the experience as smooth as possible. Just open your browser and start coding. Say goodbye to the days where you had to create a zip file just to share your code.
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An Early Look at Capacitor (A New Native Bridge for Web Apps) | joshmorony - Build Mobile Apps with HTML5