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  1. Get Started With Angular 2 and TypeScript

    AngularJS turned the front-end development world upside down when it was released, bringing together a number of new or recent web application development practices into a powerful and easy-to-use framework. With version 2, the Angular team has started from scratch with a completely new system. Many of the ideas behind Angular are still the same, but the API and developer experience are…

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    1. Improving Website Performance Through Image Optimization

      When developing or updating a website, some of your core goals should be delivering an optimal end user experience and improving website conversions, since these two facets are key to driving revenue and enhancing your company’s bottom line. But one problem you may discover is that while your growing use of images results in a more appealing design, it could be negatively affecting your…

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    1. Particles.js: Control Particle Count and Shape

      The previous Particles.js tutorial briefly discussed various features that the library offers and how to get started with the library. In this tutorial I will cover in detail all the aspects of Particles.js that deal with the physical appearance of particles.Number, Color, and OpacityThe first thing that we will deal with is the number and density of particles. Density determines the…

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    1. Particles.js: Introduction

      A lot of tiny particles moving around and interacting with each other or with you have a certain appeal to them. If you are ever in a situation where you need to work with a lot of particles, Particles.js will serve you well. As is evident from the name, it is a JavaScript library that can help you create particle systems. Moreover, it is lightweight, easy to use, and gives you a lot of…

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    1. Exploring Devise, Part 1

      In some of my previous articles about image uploading in Rails, I made mention of Devise but did not go deep into it. In this tutorial, I will be teaching you about Devise.Ready? Let's get started!Devise Introduction and Modules Devise is an authentication solution for Rails built with Warden and provided by the awesome people at Plataformatec. Devise provides different modules: Database…

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    1. WordPress Development With VVV

      Japh, in his previous article, has explained the rationale—and eventually convinced us—to set our development environment as close to the remote web server using Vagrant. The article is more than two years old, but the idea is still relevant today. Even more, Vagrant has been recently gaining traction in the WordPress community with a special Vagrant configuration named VVV, short…

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    1. Building a Welcome Page for Your WordPress Product: Code Part 1

      In the first two articles of this series, I wrote about what welcome pages are and how they are helping products improve user experience by connecting the dots, after which I wrote about the WordPress Transients API that I intend to use while building the welcome page.Coding a welcome page for your WordPress plugin can be a tricky process. The entire concept revolves around redirecting…

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    1. Grokking Scope in JavaScript

      Scope, or the set of rules that determine where your variables live, is one of the most basic concepts of any programming language. It's so fundamental, in fact, that it's easy to forget how subtle the rules can be!Understanding exactly how the JavaScript engine "thinks" about scope will keep you from writing the common bugs that hoisting can cause, prepare you to wrap your head around…

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