Six Tiny But Awesome ES6 Features

Everyone in the JavaScript community loves new APIs, syntax updates, and features — they provide better, smarter, more efficient ways to accomplish important tasks.  ES6 brings forth a massive wave of new goodies and the browser vendors have worked hard over the past year to get those language updates into their browser.  While there are big updates, some of […]

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Cloudinary Image Uploader (Sponsored)

Over the past months I’ve detailed how developers can complete a variety of tasks using Cloudinary, an image (and audio and video) hosting, delivery, and transformation provider.  Cloudinary’s client-side integration libraries and SDKs simplify the integration with your development platform of choice: Ruby on Rails, PHP, Node.js, Angular, .NET, Python & Django, jQuery, Java, Scala, Android, iOS […]

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Convert Websites to Apps

Converting a website to a native app, whether on mobile or desktop, can be quite useful.  The problem with bookmarks, especially for software engineers, is that we often need to work in different browsers, so having everything in one browser’s bookmark set can be a pain.  I’d also argue that websites with a specific purpose area great case for converting a website […]

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Why Uncode’s Adaptive Grid System Is a Game Changer (Sponsored)

Having to work with a WordPress theme that does not allow you complete freedom of layout design is enough to keep you awake at nights. Templates are of some help, in that they may allow you to deliver a fully-functional, clean-looking website, but there’s a better way. Have you ever considered working with a “concept” […]

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