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Localization in Angular Using i18n Tools

In this article, we will learn how to make our Angular app available in different languages using i18n and localization. We will create an Angular application and configure it to serve the content in three different languages.
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Part 1: Introduction and Setup

Part 2: Styling with SASS/SCSS Part 3: Generating Blog Posts with Markdown Files Part 4: Creating a List of Blog Posts Part 5: Adding Thumbnail Images to a Blog List Part 6: Adding Multiple Responsive Images to a Markdown Blog Post Part 7: Adding Tags to Blog Posts Part 8: Creating a Project Page fr
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A Guide for Migrating to Ionic 4.0

By now, you likely have heard the news that Ionic 4.0 is here! If you’re currently maintaining an older Ionic app though, you might have concerns about the challenges of upgrading to the latest version.
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Top JavaScript Frameworks and Topics to Learn in 2019

It’s that time of year again: The annual overview of the JavaScript tech ecosystem. Our aim is to highlight the learning topics and technologies with the highest potential job ROI.
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String Reversal

The string reversal algorithm is perhaps the most common JavaScript code challenge on the internet. In this article, we explore various string reversal techniques as a good number of string manipulation algorithms are dependent on ones ability to reverse a string.
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An Overview of the Most Exciting Proposals for the Web Platform Related to Web Components

As much as I like frameworks, I'm also a big fan of the native web platform, especially web components. I look forward to the times when the implementation will be powerful enough to solve the common problems in web development. And we're getting closer.
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State Management in Angular Using Firebase

State management is a very important piece of architecture to consider when developing a web app. In this tutorial, we’ll go over a simple approach to manage state in an Angular application that uses Firebase as its back end.
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Buildings Wave Animation with Three.js

This tutorial is going to demonstrate how to build a wave animation effect for a grid of building models using three.js and TweenMax (GSAP). The idea is to create a grid of random buildings, that reveal based on their distance towards the camera.
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How the AngularFire Library makes Firebase feel like Magic

I’ve been working a lot recently with Google’s Firebase to build out a few side projects, and I wanted to write about my experience. The Firebase Platform is really powerful, and provides services that cover most of your application needs.
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How to Log Better in Your Ionic App With ngx-logger

We have all used the good old console.log many times before, but when you are serious about building a big app especially in the enterprise context logging is more important than ever.
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11 Awesome JavaScript Extensions for Visual Studio Code

One of the most impressive parts of Visual Studio Code is customizability, especially via extensions. I won't cover framework specific extensions, but here are some of the best extensions in VS Code for writing JavaScript.
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Hey Google, set my desk to standing mode!

Or how to hack any electrical device and connect it to the Google Assistant!
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Google Login for Ionic 4

Note: This post is for Ionic 4. If you are working with Ionic 1 go to Add Google+ Login to your Ionic App. In this ionic framework tutorial we are going to show you - step by step - how to integrate Google Plus Authentication to your Ionic 4 applications.
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Manage State in Angular with NGXS

As front-end applications become increasingly complex, with the potential of multiple actors affecting the global state of the application in different ways, it becomes easy to lose control of what’s going on with your state.
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Guest Post: Ionic 4.0 Migration Using TSLint Fixers

This post was written by community member, Chris Woolum. Chris is a .NET/JavaScript developer and, currently, a Chief Architect at Turnoutt, Inc. He’s passionate about software development and leveraging emerging technology. Follow him on Twitter @chriswoolum.
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How to Create Forms that allow File Uploads to Google Drive

Google Forms are the best service for creating online forms but they miss a few key features found in commercial web form builders.
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Introducing to NG-VDOM: A new way to write Angular application

Front end development has evolved dramatically in the last decade. With AngularJS released back in 2009, declarative representation of UI has become a standard approach for front-end web development. Angular makes declarative programming first class citizen by utilizing templates in components.
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String Reversal

The string reversal algorithm is perhaps the most common JavaScript code challenge on the internet. In this article, we explore various string reversal techniques as a good number of string manipulation algorithms are dependent on ones ability to reverse a string.
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