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Glitch Rewind wants to make version control easy for everyone

Glitch, the experimental web development sandbox for beginners created by Fog Creek, today updated its service with a version control tool designed to allow users to revert to previous versions of their code, without the need to learn an expansive and complicated system like Git.
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Google publishes a JavaScript style guide. Here are some key lessons.

For anyone who isn’t already familiar with it, Google puts out a style guide for writing JavaScript that lays out (what Google believes to be) the best stylistic practices for writing clean, understandable code.
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Stack Based Navigation (Push/Pop) with Ionic Web Components

The introduction of Stencil and Ionic 4.x has led to a much larger focus on using routes for navigation. In the past, Ionic applications relied mostly on using a navigation stack with a push/pop style of navigation.
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Learn How CSS Grid Properties Work With Griddy.io

If you keep up with web design tech then you should know about CSS grids. These properties are new additions to the CSS3 format and they’re quickly becoming a developer’s best friend.
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Build Pixel Perfect Websites Without Dev-Design Conflict In Your Team

This article was created in partnership with CanvasFlip. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. Visual Inspector is a collaboration tool for getting feedback on your website.
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The Vue Cookbook

The Vue.js teams announced and published an official Vue Cookbook to go along with the Guide. There are some differences between the aim of the guide and what the cookbook can do to expound on specific areas that are too verbose or don’t make sense in the context of the guide.
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8 JavaScript Debugging Tools for 2018 and Beyond

If you work with JavaScript, you’ll know that it doesn’t always play nice. Thankfully, due to the plethora of JavaScript debugging tools available, troubleshooting is usually straightforward. This blog post outlines the best tools to help you find, diagnose, and fix problems.
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Authentication with Angular and Auth0

This Angular authentication article was originally published on the Auth0.com blog, and is republished here with permission. In this tutorial, we’re going to build an Angular application and add login functionality using token-based authentication with Auth0.
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John Papa on Twitter

still impressed by the wide-spread use of express.js in @nodejs ...
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codediodeio/firestore-migrator

CLI tool that reads a CSV/Excel spreadsheet or JSON array, then adds each row/item to the Cloud Firestore database. Optionally use a custom ID from the dataset and/or pass custom XLSX options.
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spatie/laravel-db-snapshots

This package provides artisan commands to quickly dump the database and load up a previously created dump. This package supports MySQL, PostgreSQL and SQLite.
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Animated cards to learn Reactive Programming

Read Two input streams. One output.
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stencil components

Display a list of user images from Instagram. Displays iOS style toggle checkbox.
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Intro to GraphQL in React Using React Apollo & Apollo Boost

The Apollo GraphQL client is a very popular way to interface with a GraphQL API on the client-side. In this post we’ll go over how to setup Apollo in a React app using Apollo Boost and React Apollo 2.1. What are these two for, you ask?
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