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Top 10 Development and Design Articles Week #26

Eric Fontaine (@EricFontaine_)

November 23, 2016 Resources

Here is our weekly tech digest based on our 10 most engaged tweets about Development and Design :)

#1 Introduction to Node & Express

Node is a JavaScript environment built on the same JavaScript engine used in Google’s Chrome web browser. It has some great features that make it an... read more

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#2 How to build a cross-platform blog using React Native and Nodejs

We live in a world of inter-connected devices, each powered by their own software, built with their own circuits and protected by their own casing.... read more

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#3 Self-taught software developers: why open source is important to us

About 13 years ago (at High School) a friend (Netcyrax) introduced me to Open Source community. He explained me everything about Open Source... read more

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#4 Mapping GraphQL types to Swift

We recently released the first version of Apollo iOS, a strongly-typed GraphQL client for Swift apps. I’ve written about bringing GraphQL to iOS... read more

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#5 10 tips to become a better Swift developer

So, you’ve been around with Swift for a couple of months. Now, you want to become a better Swift Developer? DRY, KISS, and not WET? I’ve got golden... read more

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#6 Functional programming in JS, with practical examples

Functional Programming(FP) can change the way you program for the better. But it’s hard to learn and many posts and tutorials don’t go into... read more

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#7 So you want to be a professional coder?

I have been coding for longer than I care to admit. I am mostly “self-taught”, but I did eventually take some programming courses in college which I don’t... read more

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#8 Building a simple offline-capable Notepad app using ServiceWorker

Today, We are going to build a progressive Notepad app which can very well be used in offline mode, be responsive on all available devices and which... read more

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#9 Is Next.js the next big thing in JavaScript?

There are too many JS frameworks out there — we all know that. But still, we see new JS frameworks every day.... read more

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#10 10 must see web apps & games

JavaScript was born in 1995, and lived half its life as a toy language that people didn’t take very seriously. Today, JavaScript is the most popular... read more

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