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Ionic 4 Tutorial: Mastering Web Components in Ionic 4

In our previous post Ionic 4 vs Ionic 3 — What you need to know about Ionic 4 we surfaced the main differences between Ionic 3 and Ionic 4.
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Angular Schematics: Unit Testing

Building Schematics can be magical. With very little code you can build large structures that can be replicated over multiple projects. As with any coding, you’ll want to create unit tests to ensure that every change you made is exact and many situations are tested with ease.
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The Power(s) of NativeScript and the NativeScript Playground

My immediate reaction was: "No way! Bluetooth requires app permissions and interacting with an arcane part of the platform APIs, it should be impossible.. .or at least extremely difficult!" Let me give you some context as to why I reacted in such a way.
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A Beginner’s Guide to CSS Front-End Frameworks

This article investigates: Why to use CSS frameworks and which framework works for you. CSS frameworks provide a basic structure for designing consistent solutions to tackle common issues across front-end web development.
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Marc Mintel on Twitter

@Netlify Also my next article might be (maybe even more) interesting for you guys! It's an how to on using Netlify Functions with #VueJS and #Nuxt. Thanks for your service, I love it!
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CSS Architecture: Block-Element-Modifier (BEM) & Atomic CSS

The following is a short extract from Tiffany’s upcoming book, CSS Master, 2nd Edition, which will be available shortly. We’ll now look at two methodologies for naming things in CSS.
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Make your own Saregama Carvaan with YouTube and Google Sheets

Saregama Carvaan, a digital music player that looks like an old-fashioned transistor radio and targets the non-millennial generation, has become a huge hit in India.
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How to Get Started with CSS Animation

The following is a short extract from Tiffany’s upcoming book, CSS Master, 2nd Edition, which will be available shortly. Think of CSS animation as the more sophisticated sister to CSS transitions. Animations differ from transforms in a few key ways:
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The magic of GitHub and Netlify

We, at Shoot Technologies, are all visually focused individuals. Which is why we have our very own designer, Catherine Derbala. She designed our badass logo, our badass landing page, and she is designing our badass MVP. However, she lives in Corpus Christi, TX.
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Classes vs Interfaces in TypeScript

Classes and interfaces are powerful structures that facilitate not just object-oriented programming but also type-checking in TypeScript. A class is a blueprint from which we can create objects that share the same configuration - properties and methods.
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Offline First Masonry Grid Showcase with Vue

To keep your product revelant in the market, you should be building Progressive Web Apps (PWA). Consider these testimonies on conversion rates, provided by leading companies, such as Twitter, Forbes, AliExpress, Booking.com and others.
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11 Angular Component Libraries You Should Know In 2018

According to Stack Overflow’s 2017 survey, Angular remains the world’s most popular front-end framework. Angular’s framework approach is to keep most of the magic under the hood, providing tooling and best practices on top.
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Sharing data between modules is peanuts.

As you’re building your application you’ll be creating different feature modules with maintainability and a small footprint in mind. This way your modules have a clear boundary and will only be loaded when they are needed.
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My first encounter with Ionic 4

Over the weekend I started migrating the EventManager tutorial application to Ionic 4 and replacing Cordova with Capacitor, today I want to share with you a bit of what I found.
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NgRx Snippets : Visual Studio Marketplace

Ionic 4 Tutorial: Mastering Web Components in Ionic 4

In our previous post Ionic 4 vs Ionic 3 — What you need to know about Ionic 4 we surfaced the main differences between Ionic 3 and Ionic 4.
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What's new in Angular CLI 6.2?

Angular CLI 6.2.0 is out (in fact we even have a 6.2.1 available)! If you want to upgrade to 6.2.1 without pain (or to any other version, by the way), I have created a Github project to help: angular-cli-diff. Choose the version you’re currently using (6.0.
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