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Get Started With Pusher: Introducing Channels

Real-time communication is a holy grail of web development, and we finally have the ability to incorporate it in our applications, thanks to the Web Sockets API. But as with most browser APIs, the Web Sockets API is rather low level, and if you have spent any amount of time . . . Read more

WordPress Gutenberg Block API: Extending Blocks

Welcome back to our series on creating custom blocks with the WordPress Gutenberg Block API. This tutorial is all about extending the random image block we created in the previous post. We got as far as adding a drop-down control to select an image category. We’ll continue with this by adding more block . . . Read more

Getting Started With the Fabric Python Library

Fabric is a Python library and command-line tool for streamlining the use of SSH for application deployment or systems administration tasks. Fabric is very simple and powerful and can help to automate repetitive command-line tasks. This approach can save time by automating your entire workflow.  This tutorial will cover how . . . Read more

Getting Started With Firebase ML Kit for Android

Thanks to TensorFlow Mobile and TensorFlow Lite, embedding and using deep models inside Android applications has become very easy. However, designing and training the models still requires a lot of skill, time, and effort, not to mention computing power. For this reason, most casual developers are unenthusiastic about adding machine . . . Read more

New Course: Coding Blocks for WordPress Gutenberg

Are you ready for WordPress Gutenberg? This dramatic redesign of the WordPress editor aims to provide a true WYSIWYG experience by breaking up pieces of posts and pages into individual blocks of content.  In our brand new course, Coding Blocks for WordPress Gutenberg, you’ll learn how to create your own . . . Read more

What’s New for Devs in iOS 12 and Xcode 10?

What You’ll Be Creating Amidst all the fanfare of another WWDC, Apple introduced us to iOS 12. This is one of the most focused releases for both consumers and developers, emphasizing performance optimization. As well as this focus on performance and optimization, iOS also brings some feature iterations on many of . . . Read more

20 Useful Laravel Packages Available on CodeCanyon

Laravel is web application framework that many developers say is a dream to work with. That’s because it aims to take the tedium out of routine web projects tasks, like authentication, routing, sessions, and caching and make the development process simple and straightforward without sacrificing application functionality. If you’re not . . . Read more

How to Build Complex, Large-Scale Vue.js Apps With Vuex

It’s so easy to learn and use Vue.js that anyone can build a simple application with that framework. Even novices, with the help of Vue’s documentation, can do the job. However, when complexity comes into play the things get a bit more serious. The truth is that multiple, deeply nested components with . . . Read more

Keys, Credentials and Storage on Android

In the previous post on Android user data security, we looked at encrypting data via a user-supplied passcode. This tutorial will shift the focus to credential and key storage. I’ll begin by introducing account credentials and end with an example of protecting data using the KeyStore. Security Storing Data Securely . . . Read more