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Build a simple image calculator app with Angular 2 and Electron
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Build an API in Rust with JWT Authentication using Nickel.rs
Learn how to implement a simple REST API with JWT Authentication in Rust using the Nickel.rs web framework and the MongoDB Rust Driver.
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Take a look at competing DOM manipulation libraries and find out which one is faster with a performance benchmark!
Build an App with Vue.js: From Authentication to Calling an API
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Intro to Microservices, Part 4: Dependencies and Data Sharing
Learn the basics of dependency management and data sharing for microservices architectures
Creating Offline-First Web Apps with Service Workers
Learn about the importance of creating an offline-first experience for app users and how to accomplish it easily with the Service Worker API
Pluralsight Course on using Auth0 with AngularJS and ASP.NET WebAPI
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In this tutorial learn how to integrate LDAP and Active Directory (AD) with your C# projects
Incremental DOM 101: What is it and why I should care?
Learn how Incremental DOM works and how it compares to Glimmer and Virtual DOM
Using Angular $Http and Angular 2 Http - Angular 2 Series Part 3
Learn the differences between $http in Angular 1.x and Http in Angular 2. Find out how to use the RxJS Observables that Http returns.
7 Things You Should Know About WebAssembly
Learn 7 things you should know about WebAssembly, one of the biggest changes the web will experience in the coming years.