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How to configure Webpack 4 with Angular 7: a complete guide

How to configure Webpack 4 with Angular 7: a complete guide

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  • webdesign

The Angular CLI makes it easy to create an application that already works, right out of the box. It is a great tool, but have you never thought: "How does it work? How can I build an application without the CLI?"

Those questions came to my mind when Angular 7 was...

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The most popular programming languages used in blockchain development

The most popular programming languages used in blockchain development

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  • programming

We’re currently in the midst of a new burgeoning industry with blockchain development.

Blockchain technology is very much in a nascent stage, however, this disruptive technology has already managed to take the world by storm and has experienced a boom like no other in recent times...

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Best Tutorials for React JS and React Native

Best Tutorials for React JS and React Native

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  • webdesign

4 React Tutorials You Must Follow

Are you looking for reliable tutorials for learning React Native? You have just found the right resource library for learning React Native.  In this blog post, we will guide you on how to learn React Native app development smoothly.  Read More

Kubernetes Main Concepts in 2 Minutes

Kubernetes Main Concepts in 2 Minutes

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  • programming

Kubernetes is a system for auto deploy, scale, and manage containerized application, it has been created to solve the `bets to cattle` problem where the number of your application’s servers grow to a point that makes it difficult to manage them.

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Build a Webcam Communication App using WebRTC

Build a Webcam Communication App using WebRTC

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  • webdesign

WebRTC is a protocol that allows you to create real-time communication between peers using JavaScript.

We can use this technology to make it possible for 2 (or more) browsers to directly talk to each other, without needing a central server that would only become a bottleneck.

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