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Spasm - webassembly libary for single page applications

On Saturday, 13 October 2018 at 04:34:28 UTC, Nick Sabalausky (Abscissa) wrote: > Nifty, I'll have to look into this.
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Secure a Node API with OAuth 2.0 Client Credentials

Securing server-to-server API services can be tricky. OAuth 2.0 is an excellent way to offload user authentication to another service, but what if there is no user to authenticate? In this article, I’ll show you how you can use OAuth 2.
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How to Create Chrome Extensions from Scratch

If you wish to add or modify some functionality in Google Chrome, you need to use an extension. Though you can download an extension from the Chrome Web Store, but sometimes you need a specific functionality that you can’t find in any existing extension.
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How do you structure your data in your Firebase Database?

Have you worked with Firebase Database yet? I don’t know about your background, but when I decided to give Firebase a shot I had spent years using PostgreSQL, so I came from a very SQL background and Firebase data structure was completely new to me.
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How to use the latest beta/RC of Angular & Angular CLI (with new Ivy compiler) using ngx — no install required!

There are some pretty nice features in Angular CLI 7, like user prompts offering multiple options when creating new projects. Also it comes with Angular 7 support, which itself has some nice features like performance and routing improvements, the new Ivy compiler, and support for latest TypeScript.
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RxJS: Observables, observers and operators introduction

RxJS is an incredible tool for reactive programming, and today we’re going to dive a little deeper into what Observables and observers are - as well as learn how to create our own operators.
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Structure for big Angular Applications -- Packages, Monorepos & Micro Apps @AngularDays in Berlin, Oct 2018

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Ionic 4 Beta: What’s New and Building a Sample App

TL;DR: In this article, you will learn about what's new in Ionic 4, changes in the existing features, how to migrate your Ionic 3 app to Ionic 4 app, and about using Ionic with Stencil and Capacitor.
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Apps That Work Natively on the Web and Mobile

Today we’re happy to announce an exciting new way to build web and mobile apps with Angular and NativeScript. First, some background: since the beginning of Angular, you could use NativeScript with Angular to build mobile apps.
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What the NgRx Library Is and How to Use Each Application

In this article I am going to walk you through what the NgRx library is, as well as share common use case scenarios for each application. The scope of the example project will cover the login of the application using token based authentication.
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sfeir-open-source/angular-search-experience

In order to download (clone) this project on your machine, you need to have git installed. Read more on how to install Git on your system. You will need yarn to install this project's dependencies. If you don't have yarn installed, here is the official documentation.
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Adding Custom Routes to the WordPress REST API

This article on custom routes was originally published by Torque Magazine, and is reproduced here with permission. Most of the discussion around the WordPress REST API has been about querying the default routes.
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Laravel Eloquent: API Resources

Notice we omitted the attributes created_at and updated_at when formatting the response? Take another scenario where we want to update a book and expect a response back.
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10 Interesting JavaScript and CSS libraries for October 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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Sending Data with POST Requests to a NestJS Backend

In the previous tutorial, we focused on making a GET request from an Ionic application to a NestJS backend. A GET request is generally pretty simple, as all we are doing is making a generic request to a specific URL which will then return a response.
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Authenticate a Node ES6 API with JSON Web Tokens

In this guide, we'll be implementing token based authentication in our own node.js A.P.I. using JSON web tokens. To keep this short and relatively sweet, if you'd like to read about what tokens are and why you should consider using them, have a look at this article here.
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Simple State Management with RxJS’s scan operator

Wanna keep up to date with the latest webdev stuff? Follow me on Twitter There are a lot of state management solutions available.
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Do we really need Redux or @ngrx/store

If you are writing Angular, Vue or React applications, chances are big that you have used or encountered the Redux pattern. Redux helps us to structure statemanagement in an immutable matter which is great, but in order to use it correctly, we have to write a bunch of boilerplate code.
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Angular Universal and PWA

10:30h Break with coffees, teas, juices, fresh yoghurt and fruits 11:00h - Implementing a server from scratch - Creating server modules - Integrating Angular Universal 12:30h Lunch time: fresh soup, salads, selections of cold and warm fish and meat dishes, dessert 14:00h Introduction to Progr
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Building Full-Stack Applications Using Angular CLI and Nx

Victor Savkin is a co-founder of nrwl.io, providing Angular consulting to enterprise teams. He was previously on the Angular core team at Google, and built the dependency injection, change detection, forms, and router modules.
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Introducing NgRx Explorer for VS Code

We are excited to announce the addition of NgRx Explorer to our AngularDoc extension for Visual Studio Code. NgRx is a state management library for Angular applications. Inspired by Redux and backed by RxJs, NgRx has become a top library for large scale Angular projects.
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