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Build a CRUD App with Express.js and User Authentication

“I love writing authentication and authorization code.” ~ No Web Developer Ever. Tired of building the same login screens over and over? Try the Okta API for hosted authentication, authorization, and multi-factor auth. Node.js is eating the world. Many of the largest companies are building more and more of their websites and API services with Node.js, and there’s no sign ...

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Webpack Project is sitting on a vulnerability, avoid it at all costs!

The other day, I was going through this medium post which describes the kind of chaos and insecurity currently plaguing the JavaScript world, and the numero uno reason for that is the astronomical number of npm packages. When you usually install a non-trivial library or application through a package manager, the expectation is that the number of dependencies should be ...

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Accessing a Child Component’s Public Scope in Angular

I was asked to create an autocomplete component that would do some filtering on a list and include a “clear” button that could reset this filter. Not a problem, if it wasn’t for the fact that it was this Angular newbie’s first ever Angular story in an Angular 4 project. #Angular In a React-Redux setup (which is what I’m used ...

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Simplified GitHub Login for a Ruby Web App

You know what OAuth login is, right? It’s when your users click “login” and get redirected to Facebook, Twitter, Google, or some other website which then identifies them. Then they go back to your website and you know who they are. It’s very convenient for them. It’s convenient for you too, since you don’t need to implement the login functionality ...

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Is it possible to Outside-In TDD on front-end?

Traditionally, because of lack of tools or knowledge, there have not been that many good practices in front-end development. You probably just made the jQuery work and if you were lucky you used Selenium to automate the tests from a user perspective. Which led to this: An inverted testing pyramid, which gives slow feedback (I’m looking at you, 8h test ...

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Deployment Options for .NET Microservices Agent

Discover faster, more efficient performance monitoring with an enterprise APM product learning from your apps. Take the AppDynamics APM Guided Tour! It’s easy to get started with AppDynamics’ new .NET Microservices Agent. Featuring advanced portability, refinement and ease of use, this agent delivers great value to our customers who monitor .NET Core applications. Its flexibility in deployment is a boon ...

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AngularJS ng-disabled Directive Example

Hello readers, in this tutorial, developers will learn what AngularJS is and how to use the AngularJS ng-disabled Directive in the angular applications. 1. Introduction AngularJS is a JavaScript MVC or Model-View-Controller framework developed by Google that lets developers build well structured, easily testable, and maintainable front-end applications. Before we start with the creation of a real application using the angular ...

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From Zero to App: The Cross-Platform Development Approach Simplified: Part Two

There’s a lot of demand for mobile application developers these days, but learning all the available platforms and toolsets can be a costly, time-consuming challenge. The most popular solution to this problem is cross-platform application development. The goal of cross-platform development is to create software that seamlessly runs on multiple platforms using one set of tools and programming languages. The ...

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Mathematics with MathJS

One of the language design decisions in JavaScript has followed in C’s footsteps by providing implicit type conversions based on what operators you give it. For example in JavaScript, you can add true + true to get 2. While it may be convenient in some cases, this has been a pain point for many developers trying to locate and remedy ...

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