web development

Introduction to Popmotion: Tween

Popmotion is a functional JavaScript animation library. Compared to other libraries like GreenSock or Anime.js, Popmotion is low-level and unopinionated.

It packs a ton of features, like spring physics and pointer tracking, into a very small filesize (11.5kb).

It allows developers to write their own features using simple functions, rather than waiting for the library author to add them.

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How to Make a Real-Time Sports Application Using Node.js

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In today's article
I'm going to demonstrate how to make a web application that will display live
game scores from the NHL. The scores will update automatically as the games
progress.

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How to Prepare Your Site for WordPress Gutenberg

Gutenberg is coming to WordPress soon. Is your website ready? While we still don't know exactly what form it will take, this new content system will be added to WordPress core in the future. Let's take a look at the potential impacts this could have on your site, and ways that you can determine, and fix, problem areas ahead of time.

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Introduction to Machine Learning in Python

Machine learning is the act of giving computers the ability to learn without explicitly programming them. This is done by giving data to computers and having them transform the data into decision models which are then used for future predictions.

In this tutorial, we will talk about machine learning and some of the fundamental concepts that are required in order to get started with machine learning. We will also devise a few Python examples to predict certain elements or events.

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Introducing Fuse for Cross-Platform App Development

There's no shortage of tools when it comes to developing apps that work cross-platform. It originally started with PhoneGap, which then became Cordova. Then came the hybrid frameworks with near-native performance, like React Native and NativeScript. And more recently came Google's Flutter. 

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Highlights of Google I/O 2018

And that’s a wrap! This year’s Google I/O has come to a close, and as usual there were lots of announcements and releases for developers to get excited about.

Let’s look at some of the biggest news from Google I/O 2018.

A Major Fix for One of Google’s Core Products

Google kicked things off with a huge announcement, within the first few seconds of their opening keynote. “It came to my attention that we had a major bug in one of our core products,” said Google CEO Sundar Pichai. “We got the cheese wrong in our burger emoji.” Now fixed!

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New Course: Convert a jQuery App to Vue.js

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Getting Started With Cloud Firestore for iOS

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How to Create a Custom Settings Panel in WooCommerce

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WooCommerce is by far the leading ecommerce plugin for WordPress. At the time of writing, it has over 3 million active installations and is reportedly behind over 40% of all online stores.

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WordPress Gutenberg Block API: Block Look and Feel

The new WordPress editor (codenamed Gutenberg) is due for release in version 5.0. Now is the perfect time to get to grips with it before it lands in WordPress core. In this series, I'll show you how to work with the Block API and create your very own content blocks which you can use to build out your posts and pages.

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