An interface is a programming feature that helps to define the expected structure of an object allowing that to serve as a contract of sorts for the class where it is implemented. That helps explain the concept but how does
Eventy is a Laravel package by Tor Morten Jensen that brings WordPress-style actions and filters to your Laravel app. This package has a lightweight API and makes it easy to build an action and filter system as found in
The era of static websites has passed. Now users demand dynamic content and application like look and feel. Instead of constantly reloading the page and hitting F5, the page should adjust itself automatically. Many of this can be accomplished with
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The 6.0.0 release of Angular was published before the last week. This is a major release focused less on the underlying framework, and more on the toolchain and on making it easier to move quickly with Angular in the future.
When building an app, you’re always making sure that you are doing everything correctly from a technical perspective to ensure great performance. But another, often ignored part of performance is called perceived performance. Perceived performance is how fast an action
With the v7.4 release, npm 4 became the bundled, default package manager for Node.js. In the meantime, Facebook released their own package manager solution, called Yarn. In this article we dive into what these package managers offer, what’s the difference
VuePress is a minimalistic Vue-powered static site generator from Evan You, the creator of Vue.js. It was built to support the documentation needs of Vue’s projects. By default, the generated theme comes optimized for technical documentation. VuePress sites are an
Cloud Storage for Firebase is a serverless way to upload and download binary files straight from the browser. As of today, it’s officially supported by AngularFire. Adding AngularFire to your app allows you to easily and securely manage a Cloud