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Easy Dev Backend for NativeScript Apps

During development, I prefer using a local backend that I quickly spin up along with my NativeScript apps. Why? It's easy, it's offline, it gives me more control, and it allows me to reason about my app in a more realistic way during development.
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Running TypeScript Scripts With Ease with ts-node

While not for everybody, TypeScript, as well as other strongly typed languages, have been gaining in popularity. With TypeScript being a superset of JavaScript, using it means transpiling your *.ts files down to pure JavaScript before the V8 engine can understand them.
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Learn how to use FCM to receive Push notifications on Ionic Framework

FCM (or Firebase Cloud Messaging) is an excellent way to keep our users engaged with our app, and it also helps them by notifying them of important things that are happening.
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Building Mobile Apps with Ionic 2

Take Ionic 1, the most popular and powerful HTML5 mobile application framework, supercharge it with Angular 2 and the latest web tech and you have Ionic 2. Learn this revolutionary framework with Building Mobile Apps with Ionic 2.
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Angular is easy — Part 2: the demonstration

The 2018 State of JavaScript survey initiated a buzz about its Angular stats: about 30% of users are supposed to have used Angular, but would not use it again, mainly because it is supposed to be “bloated and complex”.
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Swipeable card stack using Vue.js and interact.js

I recently had an opportunity to work on a fantastic research and development project at Netguru. The goal of project (codename: "Wordguru") was to create a card game that anyone can play with their friends. You can see the outcome here.
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Capacitor in 2019: Native Progressive Web Apps for All

? if you’re new here, Capacitor is the latest project from the team behind Ionic Framework that provides an abstraction on top of Native SDKs so you can write modern web apps and access any Native SDK through a cross-platform, portable layer.
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Error Handling with Angular 6 - Tips and Best Practices

Handling errors properly is essential in building a robust application in Angular. Error handlers provide an opportunity to present friendly information to the user and collect important data for development.
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Wildcard Routes in Angular

In a routing-based angular application, we create different routes to be directed to, and for that we create different components. If you are new to routing, refer to my previous article on how to create basic routes in Angular here.
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API

The API category provides a solution for making HTTP requests to REST and GraphQL endpoints. It includes a AWS Signature Version 4 signer class which automatically signs all AWS API requests for you as well as methods to use API Keys, Amazon Cognito User Pools, or 3rd party OIDC providers.
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star rating (like Amazon)

as seen from @leaverou https://twitter.com/rikschennink/status/1063375994776678400/photo/1 not testet in MS Edge (Internet Explorer does not support https://caniuse.
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Will nano-payments save the web?

At least, once we are able to provide/accommodate them in an easily digestible form. But let’s start at the beginning. That is the really easy part, it’s the ability to do, and to accept really small amounts. To get this thing started I would say $0.05 and up. But ideally, it starts even lower.
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The Ultimate Answer To The Very Common Angular Question: subscribe() vs | async Pipe

Most of the popular Angular state management libraries like NgRx expose application state in a form of a stream of state objects. This is usually implemented with the help of RxJS Observables.
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The Complete Guide To Progressive Web Apps with Ionic 4

Ionic 4 is a step forward for Progressive Web Apps. It’s clear to me that the Ionic Framework team is doing a great job positioning themselves as the Framework of choice to build PWAs.
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NativeScripting

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Angular + Jest + Wallabyjs why it is the ideal combination! And how to configure

Some months ago I discovered Jest, snapshot testing finally an easy way to test my html and get a nice feedback in Angular. From the first moment I was in love with this new way of testing. I had the opportunity to add it to a new project where I was just started to work on.
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Schematics: Generating custom Angular Code with the CLI

Besides creative aspects, programming also involves performing boring repeating tasks. Some of them can be solved by creating reusable libraries. For the rest, we can leverage code generation. This is what this book is about.
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Angular Form Validation With Reactive and Template-Driven Forms

In this tutorial, we'll explore reactive and template driven-forms in Angular. You'll see how to create each kind and how to perform validation in Angular 6. Reactive forms are also known as model-driven forms. This means that the HTML content changes depending on the code in the component.
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How to Build a WordPress Theme from Scratch: the Basics

In this tutorial, we’ll explore WordPress theme file structure in depth, and learn how to create a basic WordPress theme from scratch. In the first part of this series, we introduced WordPress theming, and the fundamental terminology relating to WordPress theme development.
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The State of JavaScript 2018

Discover the most popular JavaScript technologies of the year.
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Safwan AhmedMia on Twitter

The face of 'Science & Tech' on the Instagram discover page (for @GadgetsBoy anyway). Mama I made it
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Script & Style Show: Episode 26: Web Games with ExcaliburJS with Erik Onarheim and Kamran Ayub

In this episode:  Todd returns from a vacation to Disney and gives David some tips about surviving a family visit to Orlando's most famous theme parks.
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