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Making the Case for DevOps

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve likely heard the phrase DevOps. It’s kind of become a squishy and often overused term, yet most people (my fellow developers included) still don’t seem to know what it really means, nor the impact it can have on the business. 
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Ionic Berlin: Vue.js + Ionic

Creating an Achievement Unlocked Animation with Angular Animations in Ionic

I’ve written a few articles in the past that covered using the Angular Animations API in an Ionic application. You can find some of those articles below:
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5 Easy Steps to Run Your C Code From an Angular App

As a front-end developer, you've probably been hearing about WebAssembly for a long time. Below I will show you how, in 5 simple steps, you can start using the code written in C by calling it directly from the Angular component.
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Wink is a Laravel-Based Publishing Platform

The Laracon US 2019 venue details and dates were announced on Tuesday November 13th! Learn what we know about Laracon…
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When to Start a Project With the Front-End

Any senior developer knows that it is better and easier, by far, to start working on a software project on the backend and move on to the front-end later on. Personally, when it is possible for me, I like that approach a lot more.
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5 Reasons Static Sites Rock!

Static Sites are the new hotness in Web Development and rightfully so. Every day on podcasts, blog articles, and tweets I see and hear more and more people converting their sites. Let's check out five reasons why so many people are moving to static sites!
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GraphQL is Everywhere!

I find GraphQL extremely fun and empowering tech to work with, even as a novice just getting started.
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If you think `ngDoCheck` means your component is being checked — read this article

There’s one question that comes up again and again on stackoverflow. The question is about ngDoCheck lifecycle hook that is triggered for a component that implements OnPush change detection strategy. It’s usually formulated something like:
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Official Angular component for fullPage.js

Architectures for huge Angular based enterprise applications

Progressive Web Apps bieten den Komfort nativer Anwendungen, indem sie auf moderne Browser APIs, wie Service Worker, setzen. Sie sind installierbar sowie offlinefähig und nutzen Hintergrundprozesse für Datensynchronisation und Push-Notifications.
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Modern Frontend CI/CD Architecture — The Missing Guide (Part. 1)

When building modern frontend Web applications involving large teams and a “gitflow” branching model (or a similar workflow), being able to preview the changes introduced by a particular Pull Request before merging them is a great asset and can be a good productivity boost.
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Your guide to AWS mobile and web development at re:Invent 2018

AWS re:Invent 2018 is almost here, and we know you won’t want to miss any of the mobile and web app development sessions.
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Building Mobile Apps With Angular or Vue.js and NativeScript {N}

More and more Java developers have been coming into contact with front-end development in recent years. For this group of developers, it is only a small step to switch to mobile app development with NativeScript.
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Create a Real-Time App with Socket.IO, Angular, and Node.js

WebSocket is the internet protocol that allows for full duplex communication between a server and clients.
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Get Started w/ Prisma for Super Simple GraphQL

Almost every week we get to see a new tool or product being released for GraphQL development. Yeah, that's how hot the GraphQL ecosystem is currently is. Today, we'll be looking at one of the tools, which is Prisma. We'll be looking at how to get started with Prisma.
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The 2019 Roadmap To Fullstack Web Development

This post has been published first on CodingTheSmartWay.com. Becoming a fullstack web developer requires you to cover a lot of skills. For beginners it’s often not easy to find the right learning path and to gain quick result.
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Developing a WordPress REST API App: Getting Started

This article on developing a WordPress REST API app was originally published by Torque Magazine, and is reproduced here with permission.
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FormBuilder in Angular 6

As a follow-up to my "New Application Journey" article, I wanted to focus on how FormBuilder in Angular improves the process of form-based aspects of your application, while introducing some reactive programming concepts along the way.
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Mixing Storybook with Angular with a sprinkle of Applitools

To better understand the Applitools Storybook SDK for Angular, we will be building a small Angular application from scratch, adding some Storybook stories, and then finally performing visual regression testing using the Applitools SDK to generate snapshots for us to view and analyze.
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jsayol/FireSQL

DISCLAIMER: This is a work in progress! You're more than welcome to try it out and play with it, but please don't use it in production code for now. Things might break :)
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Learn {N} Layouts

◀ ▶ Reset 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Tweet Follow @playcodepip Find NativeScript on GitHub • Twitter • Slack • Forum Want to learn Flexbox for NativeScript? Play Flexbox Froggy.
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React for the Angular Dev

Angular and React have dominated the landscape of JavaScript frameworks for some time now. Chances are you probably picked one that suited your needs best and probably stuck with it; after all humans don’t really like change.
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NgRx Docs

WΛSSIM CHΞGHΛM on Twitter

Big shoutout to Thanh Phan for helping making the @angular Bluethooth library an awseome library
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Best JS Frameworks to Build Your Next Application

The first thing people notice about your application is its visual appeal. Most users tend to associate interface design with the credibility and professional competence of your company. That’s why choosing the right front-end technology plays a crucial role in your business growth.
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File Upload With Multer in Node.js and Express

In this tutorial, I'll show you how to use the Multer library to handle different file upload situations in Node. As I said above, Multer is Express middleware. Middleware is a piece of software that connects different applications or software components.
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CSS Frameworks Or CSS Grid: What Should I Use For My Project?

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The Absolute Easiest Way to Debug Node.js — with VS Code

If you’ve ever had the pleasure of writing code for a Node.js project, you know what I’m talking about when I say debugging it to figure out what’s going wrong isn’t the easiest thing.
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Snippet creation · VS Code : tips and tricks

This article is geared towardsJavaScriptandTypeScriptso the code examples will be written in mentioned languages. However the article describes snippet creation in a general way so even inJavaScriptorTypeScriptisn't your choice of language, you will hopefully understand how snippet creation works.
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Full-Stack TypeScript Apps - Part 1: Developing Backend APIs with Nest.js

TL;DR: This is a series on how to build a full-stack TypeScript web application using Angular and Nest.js. In this first part, you are going to learn how to build a simple backend API with Nest.js. The second part of this series is about the frontend application using Angular.
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Node.js: Breaking JavaScript out of the browser since 2009

JavaScript has always been the programming (or rather scripting) language of the Web. It is a far cry from its humble beginnings when it was first introduced in 1995. In fact, it wasn't even called JavaScript back then.
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