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Building a modern app using Nest.js, MongoDB and Vue.js

Nest.js introduces a modern way of building Node.js apps by giving it a proper and modular structure out of the box. It was fully built with TypeScript but still preserves compatibility with plain JavaScript.
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Working with TypeScript in Visual Studio Code

TypeScript and Visual Studio Code are two amazing products created by Microsoft, and - surprise surprise- they work amazing together! Let's take a look at how Visual Studio Code makes it a breeze to work with and configure TypeScript! Install the TypeScript package globally and create a ".
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Styling An Angular Application With Bootstrap

Upgrade your inbox and get our editors’ picks twice a month. In this tutorial, we’ll use the latest versions of Bootstrap 4 and Angular 7 to build an Angular application and style the interface with Bootstrap. We’ll make use of some new BS4 features to display data.
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Creating PWAs with Ionic 4

Did you know that 53% of users will abandon a site if it takes longer than 3 seconds to load? Progressive web apps, or PWAs for short, solve this issue by creating faster and more reliable interfaces. This helps to grow engagement and increase conversions.
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Deep Dive Into GraphQL Queries

In my last GraphQL post, I talked about the good and bad sides of GraphQL. In this post, we'll take an in-depth look at GraphQL like queries to understand them better and demonstrate how best we can leverage their functionality to build better API's with GraphQL.
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The Essential Tools for Programmers

This is a list of essential tools and services from my coding workflow that I think should be part of every web programmer’s toolkit. Whether you a building a simple “Hello World” app or a complex web application, these tools should make your coding easier and increase productivity. 1.
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A Site for Front-End Development Conferences (Built with 11ty on Netlify)

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Imperative vs. Declarative JavaScript

I was recently doing a JavaScript code review and came across a chunk of classic imperative code (a big ol' for loop) and thought, here's an opportunity to improve the code by making it more declarative.
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Quick! What’s the Difference Between Flexbox and Grid?

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Implementing a Master Detail Pattern in Ionic 4 with Angular Routing

Earlier this week, I published an article that discussed how and why you should use Angular routing with Ionic 4.x. To summarise, the main points from that article were that:
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