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Publishing an Ionic Progressive Web App - part 3

In part 1 of this tutorial series we used the Ionic Pro Backend as a Service (BaaS) platform to generate a new Ionic project. In part 2 of this tutorial series we then used this Ionic project to develop a realtime chat application with the Socket.io library and node.
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Building a blog with Gatsby, React and Webtask.io!

TL;DR: Gatsby is a modern React based static content generator, and it boasts an impressive list of out-the-box features. In this article, we're going to be building a blog, and adding extra features like pagination, user authentication with Auth0.
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Running SSL on localhost

Before I get started with the how, I assume some of you may be asking, "Why do I care about running SSL on my localhost?" Well, there are some specific situations that you may care. Here are just a few: There may be others, but these are some that I have run into myself.
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AI Basics: Natural Language Processing with Node.Js

For a couple of years now, AI and Machine Learning have been taking over web forums as well as adding to the excitement of eager developers who are keen to give it a go in their projects.
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An Example of the Async Clipboard API with Vue.js

A few days ago Google shipped Chrome 66 and one of the new features enabled in that version was the Async Clipboard API. As you can guess, this provides access to the user's clipboard (both read and write) and is surprisingly easy to use.
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Build an Amazon-Like Product Preview App using Vue.js

If you have ever used online stores like Amazon or eBay, you have definitely used the preview feature. It shows you images or videos of the product so you know what to expect before making a purchase.
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Creating Server-side Rendered Vue.js Apps Using Nuxt.js

JavaScript frameworks/libraries such as Vue can offer a fantastic user experience when browsing your site. Most offer a way of dynamically changing page content without having to send a request to the server each time. However, there is an issue with this approach.
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Getting Started with Server-Side Rendering Using Nuxt.js

Nuxt.js is a powerful and simple framework built to create universal, server-side rendered applications using Vue.js. It was inpsired by Next; React’s server-side rendering (SSR) framework. Nuxt was created by Alex & Sébastien Chopin and has gained a lot of attention in 2017.
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Ionic Canvas Drawing and Saving Images as Files

Working with the canvas can be challenging, but there are amazing things you can’t build using it like this little drawing application which can also save your amazing paintings inside the apps folder and load all of them again!
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Prevent Access to Pages in Ionic with Angular Route Guards

In a previous tutorial, I covered how we would implement Angular routing in an Ionic 4.x application.
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A Re-Introduction to Ionic (Ionic 4+, PWAs, Stencil, Capacitor and Electron)

If you have been following with the Ionic framework then you’ll have probably noticed the buzz around some new technologies/tools and concepts mainly PWAs (Progressive Web Apps), Stencil, Capacitor and Native PWAs.
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Announcing Nrwl Nx 1.0

Nrwl Extensions for Angular (aka Nrwl Nx) is an open source toolkit for enterprise applications, which we developed based on our experience working at Google and helping the Fortune 2000 build ambitious Angular applications.
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Add Auth to Your PWA with Okta and Stencil

Progressive Web Applications (PWAs) are the newest technology on the web dev block and they’ve arrived just in time to solve a growing problem. Many companies are struggling to keep isolated development teams across their organization up-to-date when new features are released.
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CMTY - Communities for Open Source

Managing an open-source project can become a nightmare. Questions, bugs and feature requests are all mixed into GitHub issues. Community separates every type to bring clarity into your project management.
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Introducing A New Guide to Progressive Web Apps

Anyone who follows Ionic closely knows we’re all-in on Progressive Web Apps. And while many of our readers have a double Master’s degree in PWAs by now, we know that lots of you are just climbing onboard the PWA hype train.
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IvanAquino/adonis-vuetify-starter

Adonis Vuetify starter with prebuilt auth pages Features Single Page Application Vue and Vue router configured with Auth restricted pages Two Dashboard page examples Prebuilt auth with JWT UI with Vuetify Powered by AdonisJS Installation adonis new myapp --blueprint=IvanAquino/adonis-vuetify-starter
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Another MUST HAVE #Angular Pipe - Convert Objects to *ngFor loops
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Using the Capacitor Filesystem API to Store Photos

When we take a photo on an iOS device, the resulting file is stored inside of a temporary folder called tmp. If we use the Camera API to retrieve a photo, the resulting URI will look like this: If we are interested in long-term storage then this isn’t the best solution.
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File Upload in Vue.js Using vue-dropzone

It’s quite powerful and has many options, although it gives you a great deal of functionality out-of-the-box with almost no configuration. You can do multiple file uploads, cancel them, validate file size and format, show a progress bar, and much more! The url `https://httpbin.
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An Introduction to VuePress

You may have heard of VuePress recently, it appeared almost overnight and shortly thereafter became Product of the Day on ProductHunt. What is it about VuePress that makes it so special? What is VuePress? Well, it’s effectively a static site generator. Particularly, a Vue.
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Create a Library Finder App in Angular: Introduction

In one of my previous Angular tutorial series, I covered the basics of Angular, starting from installing the CLI and then discussing how to create basic components and implement routing.
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Building a Mini Invoicing App with Vue and NodeJS : User Interface

In the first part of this series, we looked at how to set up the backend server for the mini invoicing application. In this part, let’s take a look at how to build the part of the application users will interact with, the user interface.
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