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Creating Custom Endpoints for the WordPress REST API

This tutorial walks you through creating a custom WP-API endpoint. We’ll first create a child theme of the default “Twenty Seventeen” theme, which will allow us to add functionality to our theme, and then proceed to register our custom API endpoint.
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Getting Started with React Hooks

React Hooks are a great new feature coming in React 16.7. React 16.6 brought some awesome new things like React.memo() and React.lazy and Suspense. The React team isn't stopping there. Hooks are a feature that you'll end up using every single day of your React development.
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shiv19/nativescript-tfjs-sample

NativeScript TensorflowJS Demo This project demonstrates how to use Tensorflow JS in NativeScript WIP, more documentation coming soon
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Introduction to Generators

Observable uses generators to represent values that change over time. Generators enable interaction, animation, realtime data streaming, and all the other exciting, dynamic capabilities of Observable notebooks. The simplest generator is a cell that yields a single value.
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Firebase Security Rules

This is the last post of a 7 post series that will teach you how to build an app using Ionic Framework and Firebase from scratch.
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Headless WordPress: The Ups And Downs Of Creating A Decoupled WordPress

Upgrade your inbox and get our editors’ picks twice a month. Everyone knows that if a website is slow, users will abandon it. Many studies demonstrate the connection between website performance and conversion rates.
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I Built a NativeScript/Vue.js App and You Won't Believe What Happened Next...

Please forgive the clickbait title. I was struggling with what to actually title this blog post and just decided to give up and go a bit over the top. With how little I’m blogging lately, I figured this would at least put a smile on my reader’s faces and that’s worth something.
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Use WordPress as a headless CMS

I'd seen the benefits of CDNs (content delivery networks) that can store your image, audio and video files on servers optimised for fast delivery and can duplicate those files across the world for speedy delivery to those regions if needed.
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angular-oauth2-oidc

Support for OAuth 2 and OpenId Connect (OIDC) in Angular. Successfully tested with the Angular 2.x and it's Router, PathLocationStrategy and CommonJS-Bundling via webpack.
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Ionic 4 + AppSync: Build a mobile app with a GraphQL backend - Part 1

Around the same time, Amazon Web Services (AWS) released their own GraphQL service called AWS AppSync. Amazon Web Services are widely used by many (big) companies and they offer more than 100 different types of services which you can use to create a complete backend for any type of app.
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Angular Authentication With JWT

Security is an important part of every web app, and devs must ensure that they design apps with secure authentication. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to implement JWT-based authentication in Angular apps with the help of a simple Express server. The full code can be found in our GitHub repo.
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Building a Non-blog Site with WordPress

This post digs into how you can use WordPress to run a regular, non-blog website. WordPress began as a blogging platform and has a long-established dominance in the world of blogging. No matter what kind of blog you’re intending to run, WordPress can help you get it done with ease.
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How to download Udemy courses

Udemy is a popular online learning resource with more than 80000 video courses at the time of writing. Most courses are paid courses that users need to buy on the site before they can stream them online. Tip: check out how good Udemy courses are before you make a purchase.
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Understanding the difference between grid-template and grid-auto

With all the new properties related to CSS Grid Layout, one of the distinctions that always confused me was the difference between the grid-template-* and grid-auto-* properties. Specifically the difference between grid-template-rows/columns and grid-auto-rows/columns.
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Redesigning a Website Using CSS Grid and Flexbox

For the last 15 years, I've been using floats for laying out web pages on dri.es. This approach to layout involves a lot of trial and error, including hours of fiddling with widths, max-widths, margins, absolute positioning, and the occasional calc() function.
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Creating a WordPress Ecommerce Store with WooCommerce

With the ever-increasing number of ecommerce users, more and more ecommerce websites are coming up. There are several dedicated ecommerce platforms out there, such as Shopify, that take care of everything for you, such as web hosting and SSL certificates.
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Built With Ionic: JuntoScope

This is a guest post by Jedi Weller and his team at OpenForge. They have been pioneering new ways of designing digital solutions, integrating cross-disciplinary teams, and sharing common knowledge across technology companies in various verticals.
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Let the Framework do its job

Over the last year or so, modern frontend frameworks have largely converged on a set of standard, recommended build tools and approaches to common frontend challenges (such as building, routing, and testing).
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How to implement multiple user authentications using Laravel Guards

As developers, there are couple of times where your application will require different type of users. Take for instance you're building a Hospital Management software and you need both Doctors and Patients to be entirely unique users.
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Introducing GitHub Actions

The software development process from conception of the idea to writing of code and finally deploying the finished product can be quite tedious at times. You need to handle a variety of things beyond just writing the code.
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How to stop using console.log() and start using your browser’s debugger

When I started my journey to become a software developer, I definitely ran into my fair share of bumps in the road. One of the most common struggles that most new developers face is debugging.
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Use Cases For Flexbox

Upgrade your inbox and get our editors’ picks twice a month. In this final article of the series, we wrap up by taking a look at some of the common uses for Flexbox. What should we use Flexbox for, and what it is not so good at?
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Ionic 4 + AppSync: Create a GraphQL API - Part 2

In this post, we'll have a look at how to set up the AWS AppSync API which will be used in our Ionic app. We'll create a simple Quiz app that lets you create Decks and Cards to showcase the CRUDL functionality that is supported by the AppSync GraphQL API.
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Angular and the Store

An Angular application requires managing some application state, including server-side data, user information, user input, UI state, and many other variables.
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ngx-build-plus

The original use case for this was to create a bundles for Angular Elements by extending the CLI's default builder. Besides this,ngx-build-plus is also usable when you want to enhance other build setups with a partial webpack config.
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Speeding up your capacitor development with Codekit

I’m currently a UX Engineer at Sworkit designing and developing our next version of Sworkit using Ionic v4, StencilJS, and Capacitor. One of the key benefits of developing a hybrid app using the ionic framework is that I can do most of my development in the browser.
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The Angular Library Series - Creating a Library with the Angular CLI

Angular 6 was just released. Many of the improvements were to the Angular CLI. The one I have really been looking forward to is the integration of the Angular CLI with ng-packagr to generate and build Angular libraries.
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A scalable Angular 2 architecture

This article might be more relevant for Angular 2 developers, but I believe it can be used with other frameworks as well. It’s just a handbook for writing scalable and maintainable single-page-applications.
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Delivering Modern Website Experiences: The Journey to a Content Mesh

The CMS was born to make content sites possible. Now, it’s being reimagined to make them incredible. In the early 2000s, publishing on the web was difficult. The CMS emerged as a single application to store content, build sites, and deliver them to users.
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Angular Survival Kit

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Why Do You Use Frameworks?

Nicole Sullivan asked. People said: There are tons more replies. Jeremy notes "exactly zero mention end users." I said: Sometimes I just wanna be told what to do.
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Promises and async/await cheatsheet

This cheatsheet contains a summary of the Mastering Asynchronous JavaScript course. Want to deepen your understanding of promises, async and await? The course will guide you there through 47 live examples and exercises. To get started, just click through to the first lesson: Why async, anyway?.
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First Look: Angular Ivy

What is Angular Ivy? Learn how this new rendering engine for Angular works, how you can stay up to date as it develops and what it means to you. If you're in the Angular world, you may have been hearing this buzzword "Ivy" being tossed around.
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manucorporat/stencil-framework-to-compiler

GitHub is home to over 28 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together.
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Using colours in a NodeJS terminal - make your output pop!

Use can use colour and styles to make it easy to spot errors and group common functionality into blocks when viewing a NodeJS console.
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