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RxJS best practices in Angular

This article is all about the do’s and don’ts when it comes to writing reactive applications with RxJS in Angular applications. The best practices described in this article are based on personal experiences and can be assumed as personal opinions.
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Introducing Font Awesome 5

Font Awesome has been around for a long time. It is the go-to library for many web developers to add icons to their project. But it is able to do a lot more. With the recent release of Font-Awesome 5, they've added even more functionality and a *lot* of new icons.
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? A quick taste of ".map, .filter, .reduce " - explained by making fruit salad

Created // Updated August 30, 2018
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virtual-scroll + collapsing search (beta.6)

Progressively Enhanced CSS Layouts: Floats to Flexbox & Grid

It can be difficult to achieve complex yet flexible and responsive grid layouts. Various techniques have evolved over the years but most, such as faux columns, were hacks rather than robust design options. Most of these hacks were built on top of the CSS float property.
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Finally understand Redux by building your own Store

Redux is an interesting pattern, and at its core a very simple one - but why does it feel complex to understand? In this post, we’re going to dive into the core Redux concepts and understand the internal mechanics of a Store.
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Managing Component State in NativeScript ListView

A while ago I blogged on using Multiple Items Templates in a NativeScript ListView and briefly touched on the topics of UI Virtualization and View/Component Recycling.
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sulco/angular-developer-roadmap

This project aims to collect the most common / important concepts one should learn to become an Angular developer. Inspired by "Web Developer Roadmap" and "React Developer Roadmap". Get a PDF version.
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Ionic

AWS Amplify helps developers to create high-quality Ionic apps quickly by handling the heavy lifting of configuring and integrating cloud services behind the scenes. It also provides a powerful high-level API and ready-to-use security best practices.
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Mo.js – A Complete Motion Graphics Library For The Web

Animation on the web is here to stay as JavaScript is only getting more powerful and browser support is growing with each passing year. Most of the animations we’re familiar with focus on the interface: dropdown menus, tabbed buttons, and slideshows are common examples.
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Code Your First API With Node.js and Express: Connect a Database

In the first tutorial, Understanding RESTful APIs, we learned what the REST architecture is, what HTTP request methods and responses are, and how to understand a RESTful API endpoint.
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Bionic

Build web apps Blazor fast that run at WASM speed! Bionic is an Ionic Framework CLI clone for Blazor projects.
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Introducing the New AWS Amplify CLI Toolchain

AWS Amplify has released a brand new CLI Toolchain that makes it easy to create & configure AWS cloud services on the fly directly from your local environment.
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Capacitor Workflow in an Ionic Application

Capacitor was built as an alternative to Cordova, and although much is similar in terms of its methodology, the workflow and commands you will use in a Capacitor application will look quite different to Cordova.
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A native lazy load for the web platform

The goals of this bold experiment are to improve the overall render speed of content that appears within a user’s viewport (also known as above-the-fold), as well as, reduce network data and memory usage. ✨
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adaptive icons

Android Adaptive Icons...
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checkly/puppeteer-recorder

Puppeteer recorder is a Chrome extension that records your browser interactions and generates a Puppeteer script. This project is very much in alpha stage, but does the following already: Writing Puppeteer scripts for scraping, testing and monitoring can be tricky.
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Schematics: Generating custom Angular Code with the CLI

Besides creative aspects, programming also involves performing boring repeating tasks. Some of them can be solved by creating reusable libraries. For the rest, we can leverage code generation. This is what this book is about.
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Fdom92/stencil-payment

st-payment st-payment is a web component built with Stencil that allows you to use the Payment Request API. Getting Started To try this component: git clone git@github.com:Fdom92/stencil-payment.
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