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Where Is the Deployment Space Heading?

With all the time I’ve spent of late assessing different deployment options, it seemed pertinent to stop for a moment and see where the deployment space is heading over the next couple of years. However, like any form of crystal ball-gazing, what we see happening in the future is only a prediction about what we think may come — even ...

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Using the New Python Instance Properties

Last week, I showed you my new implementation for instance-level properties in Python. This week, we’ll take another look at it by implementing a few Delegated Properties and helpers to make using them just a hair nicer. Recreating Kotlin’s Built-In Delegates For inspiration of what Delegated Properties to create, we’ll start by recreating the ones built into Kotlin, starting with ...

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JQuery Datatable Example

Hello readers, in this article we will take a look on how to use a JQuery Data table plugin. We will learn how to implement a few simple examples using the JQuery Data table API and also we will check some details about this API. Before we start, check the requirements related to the technologies and the frameworks used to ...

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Another Look at Instance-Level Properties in Python

A while back, I did a post on making instance-level properties in Python where the implementation of it required inheritance as well as messing with __getattribute__() and __setattr__(), which are a little dangerous to mess with. Then I had another idea last night (as of the time of writing this): Use normal descriptors to delegate to “Delegated Properties” (name taken ...

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Developing a CI Process for Laravel with Codeship and Forge

Codeship empowers developers to efficiently test and deploy web applications with a basic command. Today, I want to demonstrate some of the platform’s features through testing and deploying a Laravel application. To go through this tutorial, you’re going to need a few things: A local instance of Docker Community Edition A Codeship account A Laravel Forge account – requires subscription ...

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Using React Inside Your Rails Apps

I have never felt as productive as I do in Rails. Yet, with front-end seemingly moving further away from server-rendered views toward React, Angular, Vue, and Ember, I was unsure where Rails fit into this picture. Would it be relegated only to apps with “simple” front-ends, where holding things together with jQuery still managed to work, or perhaps to its ...

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HTML5 IndexedDB Example

One of the headaches of web programming has been the storage and retrieval of user data within an application. Imagine having a database in the server side for storing, for example, some user preferences. That would be a complete overkill, because our web application may not need a server. HTML5 introduced the IndexedDB technology, a persistent client-side data storage, per ...

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JQuery Animation Example

Hello, readers of this article we will take a look on how to use the JQuery animation feature. We will learn how to implement a few simple examples using the JQuery API and also we will check some details of the method animate provided by the API. Before we start, check the requirements related to the technologies and the frameworks ...

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