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One of the greatest things about using Node.js is the huge number of modules that you can pull down and use in your project — more than 120,000 according to modulecounts.com. This often makes it trivial to…
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Using ES6 modules today With the arrival of the latest version of JavaScript, ECMAScript version 6, we have access to some very useful features, such as the ability to properly modularise our JavaScript. Being able to use JavaScript modules is…
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Although it's improved in recent times, one of the painful aspects of web development can be testing that your site works well on mobile devices. This particularly applies when you're developing on your local laptop with wireless network connection, and…
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Many devices these days support local storage, meaning that we can store assets in local storage on the first visit by the user to a given URL, and then on subsequent visits choose to retrieve assets from local storage rather…
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Foundation 5 is a great CSS framework, providing lots of useful functionality that makes building modern websites easier. However, Foundation 5 doesn't provide support for IE8, although we can make up for this with a few polyfills and some well-placed…
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When deploying applications into production, the challenge then becomes keeping on top of any errors that may be thrown during day-to-day operation. In the bad old days, you might put in some error trapping to log to a disk file…
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