Synchronizing Offline App Data with PouchDB

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Applications which can work online and offline are an advantage to mobile users. For example, someone traveling by air generally has no internet connection. With a well designed app they can still work in offline mode and synchronize the offline data w... Read more
Synchronizing Offline App Data with PouchDB

Reference Imports in LESS (are kinda cool)

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You know how you can extend things in CSS preprocessors? (If not, you can learn about it here.) Sass can do it. LESS can do it. Stylus can do it. While it's a feature you want to be careful with (see here and here), I find it pretty useful sometimes. ... Read more
Reference Imports in LESS (are kinda cool)

The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Order Reports – Part 1

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In my previous article I gave an introduction to reports section in WooCommerce with which online store owners can monitor their store's performance. These reports keep you well informed and aligned with all the eCommerce activities of your store. In W... Read more
The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Order Reports – Part 1

Creating and Handling Forms in Node.js

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Web applications commonly have to handle forms in which the user can enter data that need to be processed. Node.js by itself does not provide any way to handle the work required to process the data of the form (like validations, for example). It just p... Read more
Creating and Handling Forms in Node.js

Understanding JavaScript Constructors

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The following is a guest post by Faraz Kelhini. Some of this stuff is out of my comfort zone, so I asked Kyle Simpson to tech check it for me. Kyle's answer (which we did during an Office Hours session) was very interesting. It was: 1) This article is ... Read more
Understanding JavaScript Constructors