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File Bundling and HTTP/2: Rethinking Best Practices

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This is the editorial from our latest JavaScript newsletter, subscribe here Almost all JavaScript applications these days will require some sort of build process. Even if you're not transpiling from ES2015 or TypeScript, running sort of concatenation a...

Harnessing the Google Maps JavaScript API the Right Way

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Google Maps is an online mapping service providing up-to-date road maps, business listings, directions, street-level photos and more. There are notable alternatives to Google Maps, such as Mapbox and Open Street Map. But in my view, none of the compe...

Defensive Programming in PHP

Finagle’s Law of Dynamic Negatives: Anything that can go wrong, will - at the worst possible moment. What Does “Defensive Programming” Mean? Defensive programming, simply put, is programming with the intent to anticipate likely failure points. ...

Applying App Design Concepts to Website Design

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If you ever look up best practices, design techniques, or trends in application design, you’ll notice something significant: there seems to be a much greater focus on what is most important, that being the user experience, usability, and functionali...