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How to download Google Chrome offline installers

A net installer is downloaded to your system when you hit the download Chrome button on the official Google Chrome download page.
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First Look: Angular Ivy

What is Angular Ivy? Learn how this new rendering engine for Angular works, how you can stay up to date as it develops and what it means to you. If you're in the Angular world, you may have been hearing this buzzword "Ivy" being tossed around.
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WarriorJS · An exciting game of programming and Artificial Intelligence

Write JavaScript to teach your warrior what to do depending on the situation. Select abilities to customize how your warrior plays. Launch the game from your terminal and check how your warrior does.
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How to Add Animations To Your Ionic App (2 Different Ways!)

One of the most viewed articles on Devdactic is about Animations for Ionic Apps. Today we will take look at 2 different but both great ways to easily Animate our Ionic 2+ app! In this post we will take a look at how to integrate the Angular way of doing animations by using the Web Animations API.
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The best front-end hacking cheatsheets — all in one place.

It’s rather impossible to remember all the APIs by heart. This is when cheatsheets jump in! Here are the best front-end cheatsheets I’ve gathered. Missing your favorite cheatsheet? Please let me know in the comments!
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The CSS Grid Layout vs CSS Frameworks Debate

With cutting-edge CSS standards like CSS Grid Layout and Flexbox, coding a web page layout is no longer such a pain.
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Deploying a VuePress Site to Netlify

Before I begin, let me just state that what I’m covering today is already covered in the docs (Deploys - Netlify), but for me it wasn’t quite detailed enough and I wanted to run through, and then document, the process myself.
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The missing documentation tool for your Angular application

Generate your Angular project documentation in seconds. Compodoc comes with a lot of features. Check it out now!
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Turn your database into a realtime GraphQL API

GraphQL has a vast ecosystem of tools and libraries. Prisma works with them all
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Introducing Guess.js - a toolkit for enabling data-driven user-experiences on the Web

About two months ago I published my initial research[1] on data-driven bundling. A few weeks after that, I had the opportunity to present my work on RenderConf in Oxford, UK in my talk “Teach Your Bundler Users’ Habits”[2].
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10 Lightweight CSS Frameworks You Should Know About

Web development has grown vastly in popularity over the last few years. There are many front-end frameworks that are being released every year. Bootstrap has been one of the most popular of the bunch.
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Bootstrap UI Libraries for Angular, React and Vue.js

This article lists a number of resources that provide Bootstrap components for your Angular, React, and Vue.js apps. These days, the web is populated with single page applications (SPAs) which feel fast and responsive to user interaction.
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Blockchain: What It Is, How It Works, Why It’s So Popular

This introduction to blockchain was originally published at Bruno’s Bitfalls website, and is reproduced here with permission. What is “the blockchain”? How does it work, why is it popular, and why do so many people claim it’ll revolutionize the world?
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