How we build real-time features using NodeJS and SocketIO

Users are increasingly enjoying instant access to information such as emails, messages in chat rooms, changes made by everyone for collaborative work. A solution as Tuleap aims at making easier for teams' members to work together. View original...

What is a Single Page Application?

These days, SPAs “Single Page Apps” are on the rise in the world of web technologies. Single page apps are those apps which work inside a browser and don’t require page reload while they are being used. View original...

Android Studio 3.0 IDE supports Android Things for the IoT

Specifically, it includes a new set of templates in the New Project wizard and the New Module wizard to develop for the Android Things platform, but there’s a whole host of other features. View original...

React 16 Release: What’s New?

ReactJS is a JavaScript library, built and maintained by Facebook. At the time of writing, ReactJS has over 78,000 stars on GitHub. And many web platforms such as Twitter, Airbnb, Lyft, Dropbox, Pinterest, Whatsapp, and Instagram use ReactJS to build their user...

Mozilla’s speedy new Firefox Quantum browser drops tomorrow (and it uses way less RAM than Chrome)

I don’t recall being this excited about a Firefox browser in a long time. The first official release of Firefox Quantum drops tomorrow, and even if you’re firmly cemented into the Google Chrome camp, it’s absolutely worth a look. We covered the beta launch of Quantum...

What is a Single Page Application?

These days, SPAs “Single Page Apps” are on the rise in the world of web technologies. Single page apps are those apps which work inside a browser and don’t require page reload while they are being used. View original...

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React 16 Release: What’s New?

ReactJS is a JavaScript library, built and maintained by Facebook. At the time of writing, ReactJS has over 78,000 stars on GitHub. And many web platforms such as Twitter, Airbnb, Lyft, Dropbox, Pinterest, Whatsapp, and Instagram use ReactJS to build their user...

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Performance-tuning a React application.

As web apps go, it’s relatively small — about 10,000 lines of code. It’s a React/Redux app, bundled by Webpack, served by a thin Node backend (using Express and MongoDB). 90% of the code is on the front-end. Source code is available on Github. ...

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Introducing form-for. ReactJS Forms Made Easy

If came just for the link, just click here. I've been coding for a few years and played with a few technologies. I'm a big fan of a Rails gem called simple_form. I'm also a fan of React. View original...

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Host ASP.NET Core on Windows with IIS

By Luke Latham and Rick Anderson Supported operating systems The following operating systems are supported: Windows 7 and newer Windows Server 2008 R2 and newer† †Conceptually, the IIS configuration described in this document also applies to hosting ASP. [mgamazon...

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Should I use React Native?

Why I’m writing it? Because I end up saving this kind of articles all over my internet (GKeep, Medium, Pocket, etc) and when I get asked “Should I use it?” I always end up sending him/her just a portion of the full list. View original...

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Entity Framework Core (EF Core) 2.0 – New Cool Features

This article explains and demonstrates some new cool features of Entity Framework Core 2.0. EF Core is a lightweight, extensible and cross-platform ORM version of Entity Framework. This article explains the following new features: This article demonstrates the EF Core...

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What the heck is a “Progressive Web App”? Seriously.

This morning I went to write an article outlining a few tips about implementing a progressive web app. But when I went to introduce the topic, I again encountered what was the hardest part about the whole thing: I have a really hard time describing what a progressive...

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React Native & iPhone X

In version 0.50.1, the React Native team introduced a new API for easily dealing with the new iPhone X layout. This API is the SafeAreaView. With SafeAreaView, you can easily update your existing codebase to be integrated with the iPhone X without a lot of headache....

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Working With Tables in React, Part One

One of the most common user interface elements for presenting your data is a table. It turns out that there are many aspects to control when working with tables, such as: View original...

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Polymer 3 — First Impressions

My journey to Polymer 3 starts with an idea for a side project, Daily, a Chrome extension that will provide all the latest news for web developers. In a nutshell, a Chrome extension is nothing more than a webapp with special API for close integration with the browser....

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OWASP Top 10 for ASP.net Core – Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)

This article is part of a series on the OWASP Top 10 for ASP.net Core. See below for links to other articles in the series. In previous iterations of this post, I had a big long text wall explanation of what exactly Cross Site Scripting (XSS) was. [mgamazon...

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Electron packager tutorial

In this electron packager tutorial we will look at how to create MacOS, Windows and Linux executables with an app icon. This is also a continuation of the Electron app icon post, so start there if you haven’t read it (It’s short, i promise). View...

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