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How to ‘make it’ as a remote developer?

In this pompously titled post, I’m going to share a few tips on how to be successful in working as a remote developer. I’m not stating that no other way works, I’m just sharing what worked for me in my experience so far (10+ years = 3+ full-time remote + 7 freelance).
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Content Projection in Angular Element with slot in Angular 7.0

ClassicPress: Alternative to WordPress without Gutenberg & React.js

There’s a major shift in WordPress with Gutenberg. It’s an ambitious project lead mostly by the people at Automattic to change the WordPress TinyMCE editor, in a radical way. It brings a new paradigm – a so-called “Block” to WordPress.
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Build and Deploy a Serverless Function to Netlify

Recently, Netlify has become one of the most popular hosts in Web Development.
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Nrwl Nx 7.0: Better E2E testing with Cypress

With Nrwl’s recent announcement about Nx 7, we’re happy to let you know that Nx 7 provides you with the option to use Cypress as an end-to-end test runner!
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GoogleChromeLabs/carlo

Carlo provides your Node application with the rich rendering capabilities powered by the Google Chrome browser. Note: Carlo requires at least Node v7.6.0.
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compodoc/compodoc

The missing documentation tool for your Angular application. The demo features documentation generated for a simple TodoMVC application.
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akveo/eva-icons

Eva Icons is a pack of more than 480 beautifully crafted Open Source icons for common actions and items. Additionally Eva Icons supports 4 animation types: zoom, pulse, shake and flip. Download on desktop to use them in your digital products for Web, iOS and Android.
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A Recap of How Far We Have Come with Nx 7

Today, we are happy to announce the release of Nx 7 which leverages the new features of Angular 7 and adds support for Cypress for end-to-end testing!
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A Recap of How Far We Have Come with Nx 7

Today, we are happy to announce the release of Nx 7 which leverages the new features of Angular 7 and adds support for Cypress for end-to-end testing!
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leonardomso/33-js-concepts

This repository was created with the intention of helping developers master their concepts in JavaScript. It is not a requirement, but a guide for future studies. It is based on an article written by Stephen Curtis and you can read it here.
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Building a Serverless REST API with Function Compute and MongoDB

We received a lot of great entries in our recent competition to find the best tip for making the most out of Alibaba Cloud services. It was a fun but challenging task for our judges to pick the winners amongst so many helpful and interesting entries.
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Building a WordPress Plugin with Vue

In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to integrate Vue.js with a WordPress plugin to provide a modern UI experience to our WordPress users. Vue.
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HyperLedger is a Platform-Agnostic Toolset For Building Blockchain Apps

How to Build a PWA, an iOS App, and an Android App - From One Codebase

I have a long history of choosing between web and native, often wrongly. I’ve built web apps that were scraped for native apps, and I’ve wasted time building native apps that found no audience.
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Node.js Everywhere with Environment Variables!

You build your Node.js apps to work first and foremost on your computer. You know it’s important that apps also work everywhere they need to run. This could be on your colleagues’ computers, internal company servers, cloud servers, or inside of a container (maybe using Docker).
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seek-oss/playroom

Simultaneously design across a variety of themes and screen sizes, powered by JSX and your own component library. Playroom allows you to create a zero-install code-oriented design environment, built into a standalone bundle that can be deployed alongside your existing design system documentation.
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How to Automatically Create PDFs with Google Form Responses

Google Forms are the best tool for creating online polls, surveys, quizzes, and questionnaires. The form submissions are automatically stored in Google Spreadsheets, making it easier for you to analyse the submissions, and your forms can receive an unlimited number of responses.
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Firebase on Twitter

Wouldn't it be great if your local local dev environment was just a web app? Announcing Firebase Hosting deployments with @Glitch and Firebase! Install modules, write code, and deploy to Firebase Hosting with just a button click.
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4 Modern JavaScript (ES6+) Features You Should Be Using Now

JavaScript has progressed a lot over the past few years. Whether you are new to JavaScript, or have some experience up your sleeves and want to quickly get up to speed with the most commonly used features in modern JavaScript, this post is for you.
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NgRx + Facades: Better State Management

Prior to Nx 6.2, Nx already provided scalable state management with NgRx. Now there is a new option when generating NgRx files to also generate a facade on top of your state management… to help you work even better at-scale.
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Using WordPress as a Headless CMS

Content management systems (CMSs) are very useful, allowing you to create, edit and manage your content as needed. But as powerful as they might be, traditional CMSs such as WordPress don’t meet everyone’s requirements. In some cases, a higher amount of flexibility is desired.
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How to Build Server-Side Blazor Applications

Recently, Blazor got an important update — support for server-side Blazor applications. This blog post introduces how server-side Blazor applications work and what are the pros and cons when considering building these.
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How to Build a Store Locator Using Mapbox GL JS

Editor's Note: This article originally appeared on mapbox.com and is being republished with permission from the provider. Readers going through this tutorial are assumed to have some familiarity with front-end development concepts. Some advanced JavaScript required.
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