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How To Write A Simple Node.js/MongoDB Web Service for an iOS App | Ray Wenderlich

How To Write A Simple Node.js/MongoDB Web Service for an iOS App | Ray Wenderlich | Tech | Scoop.it
“ Learn how to create a simple Node.js and MongoDB web service for an iOS app in this tutorial.”
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8 things every mobile app developer must read

8 things every mobile app developer must read | Tech | Scoop.it
“Articles and books for anyone on an app development team”
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Getting started with jQuery

jQuery is the new favorite of web developers. This lightweight JavaScript library makes developers love writing JavaScript code again! What needed 20 lines of code first is now reduced to 3 lines. Who wouldn’t be enthusiastic?! Microsoft showed its love for the library by fully integrating it in Visual Studio. I dare to ask: Should you stay behind? In this session, we’ll take a look at jQuery and we’ll teach you what you need to know to get on your way. More specifically, we’ll look at selectors, attributes, working with WCF, jQuery UI and much more.
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iOS Developer

iOS Developer | Tech | Scoop.it
“ For a limited time, TaxSmart Technology is offering iOS apps development services for free to all new customers. Contact us now to discuss your project needs!”
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How to Write An iOS App that Uses a Node.js/MongoDB Web Service | Ray Wenderlich

How to Write An iOS App that Uses a Node.js/MongoDB Web Service | Ray Wenderlich | Tech | Scoop.it
“ Learn how to write an iOS app that uses Node.js and MongoDB for its back end.”
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