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Jim Weaver on Twitter

My new course covering Atlassian’s @Jira is live on @pluralsight! It’s focused on getting newcomers up to speed quickly, but hopefully beneficial for more experienced users as well. https://ift.tt/2YfFRJI …
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Building Angular and React Applications Together With Nx

Large companies often use multiple frontend frameworks to build their products. One product can be built with Angular, another one with React. These products, even though are built by different teams using different stacks, often share components and utilities.
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An Introduction to Web Components

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Write Your First Service Worker in 5 Minutes

What is a service worker? A service worker is a little file that will allow you to cache files and other assets on a user's machine. How is this different from server-side caching? Because the assets are stored on a user's machine, rather than a server, there is no need to go across a network.
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The Whole Spreadsheets as Databases Thing is Pretty Cool

Actiondesk looks interesting in that it's in the category of a modern take on the power of spreadsheets. While it's connected to a database in that it looks like it can yank in data from something like MySQL or PostgreSQL, it doesn't look like it has database-like read/write APIs.
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Setting Up a Node Project With Typescript

Node, a run-time environment that makes it possible to write server-side JavaScript, has gained a lot of adoption since its release in 2011. Writing server-side JavaScript is incredible but can get messy as the codebase grows, owing to the nature of the JavaScript language; dynamic and weak typed.
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Getting Started with React (2019 Edition)

React is the uber popular JavaScript library that is almost everywhere you look these days. Learning React opens up a whole new way to build front-end experiences like websites, mobile apps, and more. Much has changed since React came out and now is a great time to jump into the React fray.
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React Popularity and When Not to Use React

There are many big reasons for why React has become so popular. Let's examine how popular React is, what people like about it, and when we should/shouldn't use React. Many large scale companies are using React in production.
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Understanding JSX for StencilJS Applications

When building StencilJS applications (whether you are using Ionic with it or not) you will be using JSX to create the templates for your components. JSX is a syntax extension to standard ECMAScript (JavaScript) that adds additional XML style syntax.
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Angular Tutorial: State Management With NgRx

Do we need state management in every Angular application? Maybe not always, so how do we implement state management elegantly for the applications in which we do need it? NgRx is one of the libraries used for application state management. It is a Redux implementation for Angular.
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How to Build an Ionic 4 Calendar App

Because there is still no calendar component directly shipping with Ionic 4 it’s time to revisit how to build one yourself using a great package we already used in a previous post. The problem with creating a tutorial like this is that the need for a calendar view varies in almost every app.
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Internationalize Your Angular App with ngx-translate

At some point, your web application may require serving a multilingual user base. Internationalization, or i18n for short, is the process by which you make your app usable for those with a different native language.
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