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23 Responsive And Lightweight CSS Frameworks

Using lightweight CSS frameworks to create responsive websites and web applications can significantly reduce delivery time. CSS frameworks have been around for a long time and are now widely used by front-end developers. These frameworks include code snippets that just need to be incorporated into the source code to create the entire layout. Since we target multiple screen sizes and ...

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The Ultimate Web Coding for Everyone Bundle

Dive Deeper in the World of Web Coding with 8 Courses on Python, Ruby, Javascript, PHP, HTML, Bootstrap 4, MySQL & Node.js Hey fellow geeks, This week, on our JCG Deals store, we have another extreme offer. We are offering a massive 98% off on The Ultimate Web Coding for Everyone Bundle. Get it now with only $29 instead of ...

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TagUI: an Excellent Open Source Option for RPA – Introduction

Today I want to introduce TagUI, an RPA (Robotic Process Automation) Open Source tool I am using to automate test scenarios for web applications. It is developed and maintained by the AI Singapore national programme. It allows writing flows to automate repetitive tasks, such as regression testing of web applications. Flows are written in natural language: English and other 20 languages are currently ...

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Static website generation with Java, Maven and JBake

Did you notice? Last week, we migrated the entire www.optaplanner.org website (1399 files) to build with Java and Maven, instead of Ruby and Rake. On the face of it, nothing changed. But in the sources, for our team of Java developers, it is a game changer. Our java team can now contribute to the website easily. Within hours of completing ...

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Sequelize ORM in Node.js Application

Hello! In this tutorial, we will learn how to Sequelize ORM in Node.js Application. More specifically, we will build a RESTful application in a Node.js environment running on an Express.js server and PostgreSQL database to perform the CURD operations. We will also use the promise-based ORM dependency known as Sequelize to create the data model. 1. Introduction RESTful API stands ...

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Consumer Experience and its importance in App Testing

Growing up in the twentieth century, I’m sure we have all witnessed our parents and grandparents taking us to do the daily chores. Be it going to the same barber to cut our hair, or going to the same tailor to stitch our clothes, or the same grocery store that they have been going to for ages. This is mostly ...

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Everything You Need To Know About CMS Architecture In 3 Minutes Or Less

For a majority of the population, WordPress is the more relatable word. Thanks to the ease of use and the minimal learning curve it offers to its users in setting up blogs, websites, eCommerce stores, or even portfolios, WordPress is a household name. Technically, however, such systems or portals are called Content Management Systems (CMS).  Over the last few years, ...

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