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15 Reasons Why You Should Develop Ionic Apps

If you plan to develop your next app and are undecided whether you go for native or a cross-platform framework, this guide will give you 15 rock solid reasons you should think of Ionic as your framework of choice. Ionic is a framework to develop cross-platform apps for iOS, Android and Windows.
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How do I build a functionality that works both for mobile and web?

Today you’ll learn how to build functionalities that need native plugins but also work for the web. It’s going to be a short read, but I felt like writing it because a few people have asked me that question over email.
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CSS Blocks

Destructuring and Function Arguments

The JavaScript language has benefitted from some really awesome new features over the past few years, including arrow functions, the spread operator, and default function argument values.
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mhartington/ion-ngrx

GitHub is home to over 20 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together.
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RunKit

This is a playground to test code. It runs a full Node.js environment and already has all of npm’s 400,000 packages pre-installed, including azure-cognitiveservices-computervision with all npm packages installed. Try it out:
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‘Open With Windows Application’ Shows Up On Pixelbook

File this one under weird stuff happening in the lead up to Crostini’s full rollout. A reader has brought a strange, yet not-fully-unexpected feature to our attention, and it has ramifications for the future of Chrome OS, Crostini, and what it will be capable of.
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Chris Woolum on Twitter

Check out my @Ionicframework V4 upgrade walk-through! This is my first time writing a guide like this so let me know if you have any feedback or if I missed anything. #angular6
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Twilio Adds Support for LINE to its API

The Big Bang of Web Development: Get Moving With JavaScript

We're back this week to explore the fundamental elements of web development before we move into more complex topics. This weeks focus is JavaScript. If you haven't checked out my previous blogs for the trifecta of web development, check out my blog posts on HTML and CSS.
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Add Dark Themes to Visual Studio & Atom with This UI Pack

All of the best IDEs let you customize the interface. I usually find that dark themes work best for coding since they’re easier on the eyes. Some programs like Sublime Text come packaged with dozens of free themes.
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Create a Library Finder App in Angular: Library Service and Routing

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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Creating a Tabs Layout with Angular Routing and Ionic 4

Recently, I published a tutorial that talked through how to use Angular routing in an Ionic/Angular application when Ionic 4.x is released.
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Upgrading to Ionic 4

When StencilJS was announced, I was super excited that it was going to be at the core of the next version of Ionic. I couldn’t wait to jump in and began upgrading packages. Little did I know that I would be setting off on quite a difficult adventure.
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JAMstack Comments

JAMstack sites are often seen as being static. A more accurate mental model for them would be that they are sites which have the ability to be hosted statically.
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Amit Bhawani on Twitter

This is a New Electric Bike from @Xiaomi's sub-brand in China that comes with 120 km range. Priced around Rs 50,000 on their crowdfunding website.
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Data Structure and Algorithms in JavaScript// Mar 29, 2017

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State Management in Vue: Getting Started with Vuex

Vue is awesome. But, like every other component based framework, it is difficult to keep track of state when their your application starts growing. This difficulty is pronounced when their is so much data moving around from one component to another.
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emotion

Emotion is a performant and flexible CSS-in-JS library. Building on many other CSS-in-JS libraries, it allows you to style apps quickly with string or object styles. It has predictable composition to avoid specificity issues with CSS.
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RxJS Observable interop with Promises and Async-Await

Every now and then I’m asked a question about how to use async functions or promises with RxJS, or worse, I’m told some “fact” about how async-await and Observables don’t really “work together”. RxJS has, from inception, had a high degree of interoperability with Promises.
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A complete React with GraphQL Tutorial

I am writing a React GraphQL book which I want to release in the next months. If you are interested on following me on this journey or grabbing a copy of the book as one of its first readers, head over here to receive updates about it.
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Native-Like Animations for Page Transitions on the Web

Some of the most inspiring examples I’ve seen of front end development have involved some sort of page transitions that look slick, like they do in mobile apps. However, even though the imagination for these types of interactions seem to abound, their presence on actual sites that I visit do not.
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Ngx.tools

Getting Started with VuePress

VuePress is the new kid on the block on the list of static site generators. Vue creator Evan You came up with this awesome tool for writing documentation for Vue based project well that was the inspiration behind the project, But this powerful tool can also be customized to fit your needs.
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Which Platform is Easiest for Publishing a Progressive Web App?

Since their introduction in 2015, Progressive Web Apps (PWA) have been viewed as a potential way to break the grip that native apps have had on the mobile app ecosystem. Drawing an audience however, isn’t as easy as writing your PWA and watching the users flock to it.
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