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Using MySQL with Node.js and the mysql JavaScript Client

NoSQL databases are all the rage these days and probably the preferred back-end for Node.js applications. But you shouldn't architect your next project based on what's hip and trendy, rather the type of database to be used should depend on the project'...

Being a Full Stack Developer

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A full stack developer who can get from a prototype to full MVP (minimum viable product) is often considered a jack of all trades, master of none, and with good reason. To define the modern full stack developer, we first need to focus on what the full...

Understanding Bootstrap Modals

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In this tutorial, we’ll be talking about one of the most useful jQuery Bootstrap plugins, the Modal. The Bootstrap Modal is a lightweight, multi-purpose JavaScript popup that’s customizable and responsive. It can be used to display alert popups, vi...

Best JavaScript Frameworks, Libraries and Tools to use in 2017

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It seems there are more JavaScript frameworks, libraries, and tools than there are developers. As of May 2017, a quick search on GitHub reveals more than 1.1 million JavaScript projects. There are 500 thousand usable packages on npmjs.org with almost 1...

An Introduction to Gulp.js

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Developers spend precious little time coding. Even if we ignore irritating meetings, much of the job involves basic tasks which can sap your working day: generating HTML from templates and content files compressing new and modified images compiling Sa...

Angular 2 Tutorial: Create a CRUD App with Angular CLI

This article is by guest authors Todd Motto and Jurgen Van de Moere. SitePoint guest posts aim to bring you engaging content from prominent writers and speakers of the JavaScript community. 2016.12.20: This article has been revised in response to rea...

How to Build a Todo App Using React, Redux, and Immutable.js

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The way React uses components and a one-way data flow makes it ideal for describing the structure of user interfaces. However, its tools for working with state are kept deliberately simple --- to help remind us that React is just the View in the tradit...