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Showing posts from July 7, 2019

Ionic 2019 Business Update

We’re halfway through 2019, and I thought it would be a good time to take a step back and share a bit about what is going on at Ionic the company. We don’t often talk about the “business side” of Ionic, at least not in the way that we do our open source stuff.
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Netlify Dev: Test the Netlify Hosting Platform Locally

I feel like I’ve been using Netlify ever since I switched to using static site generators from using content management systems (CMS). Initially, Netlify provided an easy-to-use service for rendering static sites, either by manual file upload or from repository code pushes.
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CRUD Operations with Mongoose and MongoDB Atlas

Mongoose is one of the fundamental tools for manipulating data for a Node.js/MongoDB backend. In this article we’ll be looking into some of the basic ways of using Mongoose and even using it with the MongoDB Atlas remote database.
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