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4 Things Every Progressive Web App Must Have

A Progressive Web App (PWA) is a web app that uses modern web capabilities to deliver an app-like experience to users. It looks and behaves as if it is a mobile app and can be kinda installed. In this post, we'll be looking at 4 things every progressive web apps must have.
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Hit The Ground Running With Vue.js And Firestore

Firestore can directly be accessed using normal HTTP methods which makes it a full backend-as-a-service solution in which you don’t have to manage any of your own servers but still store data online.
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ionic on Twitter

Our CLI is fast approaching 4.0.0! Lighter & faster than ever! Feeling bold? Install the RC today: n p m i n s t a l l - g i o n i c @ r c
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Building a Mini Invoicing App with Vue and Node : Database and API

To get paid for goods and services provided, companies/freelancers need to send invoices to their customers informing them of the services that they will be charged for. Back then, people had paper invoices which they gave to the customers when they contact them for their services.
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Create an Angular 5 PWA With a Perfect Lighthouse Score

Nowadays, PWAs are an essential part of any digital transformation project. I was curious about how much effort it takes to make a bare minimum PWA with the latest Angular 5 framework. Anyway, here we go with the steps to create a perfect 100 pointer (Lighthouse score) basic PWA.
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From Freelancing To Agency: How To Scale Your Business

There comes a time when freelancing may overwhelm you. I am not talking about the specific projects you take but about the amount of work that you need to complete as your personal brand grows and clients are already fighting for your services.
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15 Interesting JavaScript and CSS Libraries for April 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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maciejtreder/angular-universal-pwa

This repo is boilerplate of Angular Universal (serverside rendering) applications. It is running as a (PWA) progressive web app with the whole goodness of it (pushes, content caching)! It is prepared to be easily deployed on serverless environment (like AWS Lambda).
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Build An Avengers Off Canvas Sidebar (Solution to Code Challenge #7)

Last week we put out the code challenge #7, to build an Avengers Off Canvas sidebar using any tool or technology. You can check out awesome submissions in the comments under the post, also on Twitter using the hashtag #codechallenge and via the Scotch Slack channel #codechallenge.
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Migration to GatsbyJS and JAM stack from WordPress

How and Why I migrated from WordPress to static JAM Stack site built with Gatsby JS. When I started my blog back in 2016, I wanted to focus as much as possible on creating content rather than creating the blog infrastructure.
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Viewer — Simple Image Zooming Plugin for Vanilla JS & jQuery

You can do a quick search and find dozens of libraries for image lightboxes, slideshows, galleries, you name it. One of the newest libraries that caught my attention is Viewer. Currently in version 0.
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How to bring your website’s UX up to date with 2018 UX trends

In an internet world, a website is a way to share information with readers and to convert users into possible clients. Websites are a client’s portfolio and make up the center of marketing efforts.
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Building Three Common Form Interfaces in Vue.js

Today I wanted to share three simple (mostly simple) Vue.js samples that demonstrate some common form UX patterns.
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Angular Testing: A Developer’s Introduction

In this guide, we’ll look at how we can write automated tests in Angular 5 projects. Angular Testing is a core feature available in every project that was set up with either the Angular CLI or the Angular quick start project.
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Trend watch: 7 keys to the future of web applications

You’re ready for the next web experience. You’re an “early adopter” ready, and willing, to use new technologies to enhance your apps.  But the problem with the bright, shiny (see also: distracting) new things coming to the web? You have limited time.
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