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  1. Understanding Nested Routing in React

    React is a JavaScript library built by Facebook for building user interfaces. If you are new to React, I would recommend reading one of our earlier tutorials on getting started with React. In this tutorial, we'll discuss how to handle nested routing in a React web application.Setting Up the AppWe'll start by setting up our React web application. Let's create a project folder called

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    1. Authentication in Rails Using Clearance

      Clearance is a simple authentication system with email and password built by the team at Thoughtbot. It has opinionated defaults but is intended to be easy to override. The system is actively maintained, and you can follow up on GitHub.In this tutorial, you will see how to integrate Clearance into a Rails application. We will make use of a miniature application. Let's begin!Getting…

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    1. Using Illuminate Database With Eloquent in Your PHP App Without Laravel

      Illuminate is Laravel’s database engine minus Laravel. It comes bundled with the Eloquent ORM in Laravel. If you would like to build your PHP apps with ORMs and prefer not to use Laravel, this tutorial is for you.In this tutorial, we are going to build the back end for a Q&A App with PHP, Illuminate Database, and the Eloquent ORM.Project Dependencies  PHP: 5.5+ MYSQL Composer App…

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    1. New Coffee Break Course: How to Use the Angular 2 HTTP Service

      What You'll Be CreatingIf you are building an Angular 2 app, there will come a time when you need external data. The way to make this happen is through the HTTP service. HTTP allows you to make requests against remote endpoints and parse this data into a usable format.In our new Coffee Break Course, How to Use the Angular 2 HTTP Service, you'll learn all the ins and outs of using HTTP…

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    1. Get Started Building Your Blog With Parse.js: Migration to Your Own Parse Server

      What You'll Be CreatingSadly, Parse.com is shutting down on 28 January 2017. In the previous series, I walked you through the entire journey of building a blog system from scratch. But everything was based on Parse.com, and if you are still using those techniques, your website will unfortunately stop working by then. If you still like Parse.js (as do I), and want to continue using it,…

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    1. Building Your Startup: Automatic Time-Zone Detection

      What You'll Be CreatingThis tutorial is part of the Building Your Startup With PHP series on Envato Tuts+. In this series, I'm guiding you through launching a startup from concept to reality using my Meeting Planner app as a real-life example. Every step along the way, I'll release the Meeting Planner code as open-source examples you can learn from. I'll also address startup-related…

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    1. Adding Custom Fields to Simple Products With WooCommerce

      WooCommerce is arguably the most popular way to sell products using WordPress. With WordPress powering roughly 25% of the Internet and WooCommerce powering roughly 39% of all online stores, it's a safe bet to use the two in conjunction with one another if you're looking to market goods to customers.But, as with any software, there are times where we or our clients often want to extend…

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    1. New Coffee Break Course: Reactive Programming With RxJS

      Reactive programming is a popular new programming paradigm that makes it easy to code apps and interfaces that respond to dynamically changing data. Now reactive programming has come to JavaScript thanks to the RxJS library. RxJS provides an API for asynchronous programming, using entities called "observables" to store data of any type. View components or other objects can then subscribe…

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