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lil PWA on Twitter

I thought this was cool, this is the only code I needed to add to my @workboxjs service worker in my @Ionicframework pwa toolkit PWA to use background sync!
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React is just JavaScript

Many people starting out get overwhelmed by all the things happening in the React ecosystem. There’s this idea that what happens in React is magic and that getting started with React is super complicated unless you use tools like create-react-app.
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Should Freelancers Join a Professional Network?

One of the biggest concerns that freelancers have is that they can be isolated from others in similar fields. So can a professional network offer the additional resources you need to succeed? The answer is yes if you find the right group.
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A Custom WordPress Dashboard with MongoDB Atlas, Microsoft Azure, & Serverless Functions!

TL;DR I’m building a custom WordPress dashboard for an enterprise client which is powered by React.js on top of Node.js with MongoDB Atlas as the database. This dashboard uses several Microsoft Azure services, e.g.
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Publii's intuitive post editor takes the frustration out of the blog writing experience

Websites created with Publii are based on static HTML files, which means your site will be as safe as possible from hacking or intrusion attempts.
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A Comprehensive Guide to React.js in 2018

This article was originally published in January of 2015, but was recently updated to React 16.3 and all the goodness it contains. Components are the building blocks of React. If you’re coming from an Angular background, components are very similar to Directives.
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Zero to Deploy: A Practical Guide to Static Sites with Gatsby.js

Since the advent of the modern web, performance has been a key consideration when designing a website or a web app. When a website requires no server interaction whatsoever, what is hosted on the web is served to a user as is, this is referred to as a static site.
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Ionic Snippets

The Ionic 4 Migration Survival Guide

In the most recent Ionic Dev Newsletter, the Ionic team stated that they are fast approaching a beta release for Ionic/Angular V4, and that they are working through the last updates needed for the framework.
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15 Interesting JavaScript and CSS Libraries for July 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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Where to Host Your Node.js Application

A recent surge has taken over the internet: Node.js. Suddenly, every app developer is starting to either build their apps with it or switch them to it via updates.
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Moving Design Beyond Pictures

Quickly create real Angular prototypes without writing code. Designers put a lot of time into designing components and features for their products, however there often still remains a gap between a designer’s vision and a developer’s reality.
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Beginning Machine Learning: The "Hello World" of Tensor Flow

This tutorial is intended for readers who are new to both machine learning and TensorFlow. If you already know what MNIST is, and what softmax (multinomial logistic) regression is, you might prefer this faster paced tutorial. Be sure to install TensorFlow before starting either tutorial.
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CSS Grid Level 2: Here Comes Subgrid

Upgrade your inbox and get our editors’ picks twice a month. CSS Grid Level 2 is already in the process of being specified, and the main feature of this level of the spec is to bring us subgrid. In this article, Rachel Andrew explains the new features.
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Building Mobile Apps With Capacitor And Vue.js

Upgrade your inbox and get our editors’ picks twice a month. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use Capacitor and cutting-edge web technologies such as Vue.js and Ionic 4 web components to build cross-platform mobile applications for Android and iOS.
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Getting Started with JavaScript Object

An object is a type of data in JavaScript. It's the only value you can pass around as variables besides primitives. For this reason, objects are really important in JavaScript. An object in JavaScript is a type of data that contains key-value pairs.
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