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setTimeout in loop

Posted on 29 August 2016 | Development by Carina Syemyerdzhyan

One of a common question on JS-developer interview is: What will be in the console?

Probably at the first look, you’d think the result  ‘1, 2, 3’ is?.. Or something else? The result of this code is ‘3’ two times. If you’ve just answered ‘3’ two times, the next questions are ‘why?’ and ‘how …

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What is UI design? And how to start

Posted on 26 August 2016 | Business, Uncategorized by Randy Gootjes

You have been hearing about User Interface Design right? it’s becoming a pretty big thing at agencies, large corporations and even start-ups’. Maybe you never heard of it? or what the difference is between UX and visual design. You’re not alone!! I asked myself the same question when I was starting as a UI/UX designer. …

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Connect a PHP file to a WordPress page

Posted on 26 August 2016 | Development by Amanda de Rijk

When you made a full website and you converted it into a WordPress theme you might want to make the text editable. There are multiple ways to do it, varying from creating a page or creating your own custom plugin. In this blog I’ll explain you how to make the text editable through a basic …

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Let’s find duplicate property values in an Array of Objects in JavaScript

Posted on 26 August 2016 | Development by Raymon

Finding duplicate property values in an Array of Objects in JavaScript is not always that simple if you thought, so let’s dive in! A few days ago I needed to work this out, so I thought let’s write it down, so I could use it later again! Array of Objects Let’s define an example Array …

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Sketch vs Adobe XD

Posted on 26 August 2016 | Business, Uncategorized by Randy Gootjes

Which one will win? As an Ui/Ux designer you always want to find out what application suits you the best. Lately there are allot of game changers and they are all pretty good I think. The one better then the other. But anyhow Adobe is not the only one on the market anymore. When Adobe …

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Styling an input type=”file”

Posted on 26 August 2016 | Development by Maria Cristina Di Termine

This blog post is about a simple but tricky argument: the input file. If you ever had to use it, you for sure noticed how ugly can be the style you are forced to show by the browser. Unlikely the other types of inputs, the input file is not easy to overwrite with CSS. To …

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How to easily deploy your website/application with Gulp

Posted on 26 August 2016 | Development by Kim Massaro

When you’re working on a small website/application it could save you some time to automate the process of deploying it to your GitHub page. So assuming you have set your Gulp file up that you work from a src to a dist folder it is quite easy to deploy that folder to your GitHub page. …

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Organize your code with RequireJs

Posted on 24 August 2016 | Development by Maria Cristina Di Termine

Have you ever had, in your projects, multiple script tags to load in a specific order? Sometimes it’s not easy to do specially if the project is a big one. Here comes RequireJS to help us! The basic use of RequireJS is indeed as a script loader. It works implementing the Asynchronous Module Definition which …

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An Angular click anywhere to close dropdown menu directive

Posted on 16 August 2016 | Development by Tiety Kooistra

I’m happily coding away making a reusable dropdownmenu for the header of the Angular app I’m working on. Everything is going great. Last thing to do is adding an eventhandler to the document to close the menu when I click anywhere but on the dropdown menu. Ok, I started out with a link function in my …

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How to debug in Safari on Mobile

Posted on 16 August 2016 | Development by Victoria Mineva

As the number of users that browse the internet from their smartphones increases so does the need for companies to build responsive websites that are well suited for mobile devices. This means that websites need to be well tested in order to make sure everything works properly on all kinds of devices and operating systems. …

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