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Building a Basic Ionic 4 Login Flow with Angular Router

It’s time for Ionic v4 content, and what fit better than the all-time classic login flow example? With Ionic 4 it becomes a lot easier to protect our apps the real Angular way using the Angular Router.
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The Possibilities of Web MIDI With TypeScript

If you've ever had any experience with music technology, or, more specifically, sequencers, keyboards or synthesisers, you will have come across MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface).
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Jarvis launcher for Windows

Alfred is a popular launcher app for Mac Os X, and Jarvis is an open source program for Windows that brings the functionality to Windows. Jarvis is a work in progress which means that it does not replicate all of Alfred's features at this point in time.
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Getting Started With Machine Learning

Upgrade your inbox and get our editors’ picks twice a month. What are the fundamentals of machine learning, and what are the necessary tools to evaluate risk and other concerns in a machine learning application? This article covers everything you need to get started.
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Ionic Native With Firebase FCM Push Notifications

Broadcasting push notifications is one of the most effective strategies for keeping a mobile app’s user base engaged and active. In this lesson, we will build a multi-device notification feature with Ionic Native and Firebase Cloud Messaging (FCM) from scratch.
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Handling Observables with NgIf and the Async Pipe

Dealing with async operations with the async pipe takes care of subscribing to Observable streams/async stuff like Promises for us. There are a few common gotchas when dealing with purely cold Observables that somewhat pull in data (over perhaps, Http).
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How to use the async/await syntax in Ionic for Firebase calls

Do you keep running into Cannot read property X of undefined? If you’re writing JavaScript/TypeScript you probably do since the language is almost entirely asynchronous. Most of the time is because we forgot to return a promise inside of a .
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Angular at Large Organizations

Talk by Victor Savkin. Small teams can often get by with informal, ad-hoc dev processes. Large organizations cannot. Large organizations have to rely on tools and automation, which is one of Angular's biggest strengths.
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The VIA stack — Vue, Ionic & AppSync

At WorkHere LLC we are using Vue and GraphQL for our newest application. We are not using AWS Appsync (yet), but I think it holds great promise for rapid application development and the three comprise what I like to call the VIA stack.
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Micro frontends - how I built a SPA with Angular and React?

If you're working in a big company, you're probably struggling to work on a single application with multiple teams. You have the large codebase, bunch of components, pages, everything is connected and you're always overlapping your work with some other team.
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Create Secure Angular Apps in the Cloud with StackBlitz and Auth0

Auth0 is proud to be a sponsor of the StackBlitz platform. StackBlitz is an online IDE for web applications that is powered by Visual Studio Code. The platform feels as quick and flexible as its desktop counterpart. It offers us developers with great features such as:
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Rhyme

Give your learners a simple and safe sandbox environment with pre-installed software and pre-configured data. Think of it as a lab version of your training. A lab that runs completely online from a web-browser!
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What is Capacitor, and where does it fit with Ionic Development?

Why is the Ionic team making me use this? These are some of the questions I’ve gotten in the past few weeks from readers, some of them hopeful because they hated working with Cordova, others afraid and even angry thinking someone was going to force them to use this new tool.
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xLayers: Sketch Files Viewer

An Introduction to NestJS for Ionic Developers

Creating a backend for your application has typically required a totally different skill set to what you might use for the front end. Over time, those lines have blurred as the likes of NodeJS and server-side JavaScript have risen in popularity.
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Building Native Mobile Apps Using Native Script in Angular 6

NativeScript offers deep integration with AngularJS. It is the only framework that offers 100% access to all APIs directly from JavaScript. Thus, developers often use NativeScript to create Android and iOS apps with Angular. And in April this year, NativeScript 4.
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Micro-Apps and Angular Elements -- Talk from ngMunich, Sep. 2018

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dotansimha/graphql-code-generator

GraphQL code generator, with flexible support for multiple languages and platforms, and the ability to create custom generated projects based on GraphQL schema or operations.
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An Introduction to TensorFlow.js with Nick Kreeger.

In this video of TensorFlow.js talks at SFHTML5, the two speakers Nick Kreeger (@nkreeger) and Ping Yu (@pyu10055) come forward and not only share their TensorFlow.js expertise but also answer various questions and therefore, present a very fine introduction to Tensorflow.js.
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70+ Job Find Websites For Developers & Other Tech Professionals

This is a list of over 70 websites to find jobs in the IT industry. I am focusing on development/programming but these websites offer jobs of all kinds including all types of engineering, design, networking, SEO and more.
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Getting to Know the Angular CDK Drag and Drop Feature

Angular material/cdk version 7.0.0-beta is now available. In this release, we have two new exciting features we all waited for — drag and drop and virtual scroll. In this article, we’ll learn how to use the drag and drop feature.
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A Taste of Angular Material Virtual Scroll

As a developer, you’ve probably had to implement a big list or table for your application using an infinite scroll technique.
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Deep Drum

Deep Drum using Deep Neural Network! I'm one of those guys who love to create something using code, art and music! After going through Google's Magenta projects and blog, I came to know that Magenta.
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How to Launch Your E-Commerce Empire for $100 (or Less)

No, it’s not a clickbait title and yes, starting with $100 can get you an actual running store. In this article I’ll go through every step you need to take to get your store up and running and explain the costs involved.
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How to Use Material Design in Angular 6

Angular has evolved over the years and new exciting features have been continuously added to each version. One of the improvements is in Material Design, which comes with new components. This tutorial will look at Angular Material and how to incorporate it in Angular 6 projects.
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When to Use Services/Providers/Injectables in Ionic & Angular

Services, which we might also refer to as providers or injectables, are a commonly used pattern in Ionic/Angular development. Services allow us to: In this video, we discuss the role of services and when you should use them (as opposed to just writing logic directly into your page/component files).
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