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Beginner’s guide to deploying an Angular 5 application - CodeProject

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Angular framework is useful for building Single Page Apps and Progressive Web Apps. This article covers everything you need to know about deploying an Angular application in under 2 minutes.; Author: Manjunath Matathamana; Updated: 28 Mar 2018; Section: Client side scripting; Chapter: Web Development; Updated: 28 Mar 2018
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Class vs Factory function: exploring the way forward

ECMAScript 2015 (aka ES6) comes with the new class syntax, so now we have two competing patterns for creating objects. In order to compare them, I’ll create the same object (TodoModel) as a class…
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Learning React - Roadmap from scratch to advanced –

This guide is for people who are starting with React. I have carefully curated the best articles in each section to make it easier for learning.
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� JavaScipt Modules Worth Using � –

A quick breakdown of the most useful JavaScript modules that I find myself using over and over again. From yarn to p-map to cheerio to d3-random, these modules are worth checking out!
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TypeScript — JavaScript with superpowers –

TypeScript can — see that little red underline? That’s Typescript giving us a hint something is horribly gone wrong. You probably figured this one out (good job) — toUpperCase() is a type of String…
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How to Create and Publish a Chrome Extension in 20 minutes

Ever wondered what it would be like to create a Chrome extension? Well, I’m here to tell you just how easy it is. Follow these steps and your idea will turn into reality and you’ll be able to publish…
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Multi Container NodeJS Deployments with Docker Compose - CodeProject

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Setting up multiple NodeJS deployments using Docker Compose in a single server environment; Author: Ashan Fernando; Updated: 21 Feb 2018; Section: Node.js; Chapter: Web Development; Updated: 21 Feb 2018
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An introduction to animated transitions with React Router

In this article we’ll look at how to animate your route transitions with React Router by breaking down the ‘Animated Transitions’ example on the React Router docs. If you’re reading this you’ve…
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Express.js and AWS Lambda — a serverless love story

If you are a Node.js developer or you’ve built an API with Node.js, there’s a big chance you used Express.js. Express is de facto the most popular Node.js framework. Express apps are easy to build…
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How to build a Tour Diary App using Next.js and Cosmic JS

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to create a tour diary app using Next, Redux, Ant design and Cosmic JS. It will cover all available options to CRUD using Cosmic JS. You will be required…
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Build a realtime chart with Vue.js –

Data has become a very important part of our lives recently and making sense of that data is equally important. There is no point in having data if you cannot track or analyze it, especially if this…
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Google publishes a JavaScript style guide. Here are some key lessons.

For anyone who isn’t already familiar with it, Google puts out a style guide for writing JavaScript that lays out (what Google believes to be) the best stylistic practices for writing clean…
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Making of a component library for React –

Some time ago I decided to make an article that covers topics like publishing to NPM, API architecture. Best tutorial for this would be a react component library development. A good example of React…
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How to use Redux Persist when migrating your states

Storage has always been an integral part of building apps. While building a webapp for our company, I needed a way to persist my states in storage which was reliable, easy to use, and configurable…
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Let’s Build a Custom Vue.js Router –

Plenty of tutorials exist that do a great job in explaining how Vue’s official routing library, vue-router, can be integrated into an existing Vue application. vue-router does a fantastic job by…
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Learn the basics of object-oriented programming with JavaScript (and supercharge your coding…

As a moderator of the freeCodeCamp chat rooms, I spend a lot of time with new developers. Boy, are they eager to learn. For a lot us, this can be quite a challenging quality. In the case of…
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ES6: Promisifying The Native Way (with Strophe as example)

Before ES6 provides us the native support of Promise, we rely on third-party libraries like Bluebird to enable this useful mechanism. In this post, we will see how we can promisify callback-based API…
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How to deploy a Node.js app to the AWS Elastic Beanstalk

It took me the better part of a month to figure out how to setup an Amazon Web Services (AWS) account, configure a Node.js app for deploying, and then actually deploy it. A lot of that was trying to…
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