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  1. Acuity Scheduling’s Developer-Friendly Scheduling Service

    What You'll Be CreatingIntroduction Welcome! Today, I'll be introducing you to Acuity Scheduling as the first of what will be a multipart series. Acuity is unique as an appointment scheduling and booking service in that it offers a broad suite of developer integrations and API.In fact, Acuity Scheduling may be the most developer-friendly scheduling solution. It offers mobile app and…

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    1. New Short Course: Essential Gulp Tasks

      Gulp is a build system for JavaScript that makes it easy to automate repetitive tasks like linting, minification, and transcoding.In our new short course, Essential Gulp Tasks, you'll learn how to set up Gulp to perform some key build tasks for your JavaScript apps. What You’ll LearnIn this course, Envato Tuts+ instructor Dan Wellman will show you some essential tools for modern…

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    1. Erlang and Elixir, Part 5: Phoenix Framework

      So far we have seen how to use the basic data types and coding principles of the Erlang VM via the Elixir language. Now we will go full circle and create a working web application using the Phoenix Web Framework.Phoenix uses the MVC server-side pattern and is in fact the top layer of a multi-layer modular system encompassing Plug (the modular specification used for Routing, Controllers,…

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    1. Add a Website Calendar Using Jalendar 2

      There are many needs for a calendar on any website. The problem with many calendar programs is reusability. They often only work with one Content Management System (CMS). When you need to move to another one, they don’t work. If you are creating your own site with static files or your own CMS, then you usually have to develop your own calendar. That was my dilemma with the goPress…

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    1. 7 Popular React Courses for JavaScript Developers

      React is a JavaScript library for building user interfaces that has taken the web development world by storm. React is known for its blazing-fast performance and has spawned an ecosystem of thousands of related modules on NPM.But with all this complexity, it can be hard to know where to start. So here are eight courses that will teach you everything you need to know.  1. Modern Web Apps…

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    1. Using Create React App

      What You'll Be CreatingReact has quickly become a popular framework for creating both client-side and server-side views. There was a higher barrier of entry with tooling along with some frustration with JavaScript fatigue from the community. The create-react-app was created to address those frustrations.Getting StartedYou will first want to make sure that you have Node installed on your…

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    1. Getting Started With Cassandra: Using CQL API and CQLSH

      Apache Cassandra is one of the most popular open-source distributed database systems available. It was designed with the goal of handling large amounts of data stored in many servers distributed across geographies while providing high scalability and availability with no single point of failure. Cassandra systems can span multiple data centres, allowing low latency for all connected…

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    1. Using the New York Times API to Scrape Metadata

      What You'll Be CreatingIntroductionLast week, I wrote an introduction to scraping web pages to collect metadata, mentioning that it's not possible to scrape the New York Times site. The Times paywall blocks your attempts to gather basic metadata. But there is a way around this using the New York Times API.Recently I began building a community site on top of the Yii platform, which I…

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