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Node.js – Get started

Posted on 20 July 2016 | Development by Maria Cristina Di Termine

This is a little tutorial for those who want to learn Node.js but don’t know where to start with it. What is Node.js? It seems that there is confusion about what actually Node.js is. In the official website we can find a definition of it but… eh? Simply saying, Node.js is an open-source, cross-platform, JavaScript …

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Animate multiple SVG’s with SCSS

Posted on 20 July 2016 | Development by Amanda de Rijk

Animating SVG’s can be a bit hard. The first thing is to make sure it is setup properly so the animating will be more easy. In this blog I’ll describe how to make a heart icon to be drawn on the screen. Placing the SVG in the HTML To start you’ll need a SVG file. …

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Handeling color shades with SCSS

Posted on 20 July 2016 | Development by Amanda de Rijk

While using SASS one of the easiest things is the usage of colors. Where in CSS you have to use the hex or RGB color over and over again, in SCSS you only have to store them once in a variable. This variable can be used in every SCSS file in your project which makes …

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How to add something (Object, Array, String, Number) to an Array in JavaScript.

Posted on 11 July 2016 | Development by Raymon

How to add something (Object, Array, String, Number) to an Array in JavaScript. Well that is simply done with the Array.push() method.

The result will be:

That was simple! Right? Every time you push something to the Array, it will be added to the end. But what if you need to add something to …

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Customized radio buttons

Posted on 11 July 2016 | Development by Victoria Mineva

For my latest project I had to create styling for some custom radio buttons. I was able to do that by the use of the :checked pseudo-class in CSS3. In this blog post I will give you a aimple example of a way you can style a list of radio buttons. The HTML Let’s start …

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Improving Gulp file

Posted on 5 July 2016 | Development by Carina Syemyerdzhyan

There are projects, where Gulp files becomes more and more bigger and massive. In this case one of the approaches is splitting Gulp file into multiple files. gulp-load-plugins and require-dir are powerful npm tools. Including both these npm modules into Gulp file will help to split the file content into separate files. According definition the gulp-load-plugins “Loads gulp plugins …

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CSS generated counters

Posted on 5 July 2016 | Development by Carina Syemyerdzhyan

One of the powerful feature of CSS2.1 is counters. The counters are being used to generate an automatic numbering. There are two specific CSS property for the numbering: counter-reset and counter-increment. The counters defined by these properties are used with counter() function of the content property of the pseudo selectors. The counter-reset property may contain one or more names of counters. …

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Using Geolocation API in JavaScript

Posted on 1 July 2016 | Development by Kim Massaro

Geolocation has been mentioned a couple times on my current project. Since I’ve never used it before, I wanted to dive into it a little bit. Geolocation is a way to find the location of a device or place. It provides feedback on the location of them on a map, for example the location of …

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Sometimes you need a global .gitignore

Posted on 1 July 2016 | Development by Tiety Kooistra

I recently switched to developing on a Mac book. I quite happily installed all the usual suspects as Node, NPM, an IDE, Sass and so on. Of course, while I’m in the business of software development I can’t live without a good version control system so Git is added as well. After a few days working, I manually …

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Make your JavaScript’s functions pure

Posted on 28 June 2016 | Development by Carina Syemyerdzhyan

What we assume when are talking about ‘pure functions’? According the definition pure functions is one that doesn’t depend on or modify variables outside of its scope. The definitions is rather formal, let’s take one example of the function that calculates whether a user’s mouse is on the right-hand side of a page, and logs true if it is …

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