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How To Build A Node.js API For Ethereum Blockchain

by / January 19, 2021 / Uncategorized

Blockchain technology has been on the rise in the past ten years, and has brought a good number of products and platforms to life such as Chainalysis (finance tech), Burstiq (health-tech), Filament (IoT), Opus (music streaming) and Ocular (cybersecurity). From these examples, we can see that blockchain cuts across many products and use cases —...

Using Grommet In React Applications

by / January 18, 2021 / Uncategorized

Over the years, the React ecosystem has grown with the invention of libraries that help the development of React applications. In this tutorial, we are going to learn to use Grommet for developing responsive, accessible, and mobile-first components for React applications. We’ll take a closer look at its core concepts, some of its use cases,...

New Year, New Beginnings: Smashing Workshops & Audits

by / January 15, 2021 / Uncategorized

With the new year sinking in and everyone’s resolutions still being put to the test, we are slowly returning back to our day-to-day projects. And as we do so, we focus on the new targets for 2021: improving accessibility, conversion, engagement, retention, and of course web performance. We all have different personal goals for this...

Web Design Trends 2021: The Report

by / January 15, 2021 / Uncategorized

As a result of all this upheaval and change that happened in 2020, the landscape is changing. Editor X, a web creation platform for designers, has recently launched a minisite covering the web design trends of 2021 — and it seems like the web is going to look very different than in recent years. The...

How To Build A Node.js API For Ethereum Blockchain

Blockchain technology has been on the rise in the past ten years, and has brought a good number of products and platforms to life such as Chainalysis (finance tech), Burstiq (health-tech), Filament (IoT), Opus (music streaming) and Ocular (cybersecurity). From these examples, we can see that blockchain cuts across many products and use cases — making it very essential and useful. In fintech (finance tech), it’s used as decentralized ledgers...

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Using Grommet In React Applications

Over the years, the React ecosystem has grown with the invention of libraries that help the development of React applications. In this tutorial, we are going to learn to use Grommet for developing responsive, accessible, and mobile-first components for React applications. We’ll take a closer look at its core concepts, some of its use cases, and build a simple example. It’s important to note that Grommet is open-source with 6.9k...

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New Year, New Beginnings: Smashing Workshops & Audits

With the new year sinking in and everyone’s resolutions still being put to the test, we are slowly returning back to our day-to-day projects. And as we do so, we focus on the new targets for 2021: improving accessibility, conversion, engagement, retention, and of course web performance. We all have different personal goals for this year, but one thing unites us all: improving the web for everyone. The time between...

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Web Design Trends 2021: The Report

As a result of all this upheaval and change that happened in 2020, the landscape is changing. Editor X, a web creation platform for designers, has recently launched a minisite covering the web design trends of 2021 — and it seems like the web is going to look very different than in recent years. The interactive report, published on Shaping Design, goes through dozens of examples of sites that try...

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Integrating A Dialogflow Agent Into A React Application

Dialogflow is a platform that simplifies the process of creating and designing a natural language processing conversational chat assistant which can process voice or text input when being used either from the Dialogflow console or from an integrated web application. Although the integrated Dialogflow Agent is briefly explained in this article, it is expected that you have an understanding of Node.js and Dialogflow. If you are learning about Dialogflow for...

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Smashing Podcast Episode 33 With Charlie Gerard: What Is Machine Learning?

In this episode, we’re talking about Machine Learning. What sort of tasks can we put it to within a web development context? I spoke with expert Charlie Gerard to find out. Show Notes Practical Machine Learning in JavaScript: TensorFlow.js for Web Developers Charlie on Twitter Charlie’s personal site Weekly Update A Practical Introduction To Dependency Injectionwritten by Jamie Corkhill Towards An Ad-Free Web: Diversifying The Online Economywritten by Frederick O’Brien...

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Front-End Performance Checklist 2021

This guide has been kindly supported by our friends at LogRocket, a service that combines frontend performance monitoring, session replay, and product analytics to help you build better customer experiences. LogRocket tracks key metrics, incl. DOM complete, time to first byte, first input delay, client CPU and memory usage. Get a free trial of LogRocket today. Web performance is a tricky beast, isn’t it? How do we actually know where...

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Getting Started With The GetX Package In Flutter Applications

Flutter is one of the fastest ways to build truly cross-platform native applications. It provides features allowing the developer to build a truly beautiful UI experience for their users. However, most times to achieve things like navigating to screens, state management, and show alerts, a lot of boilerplates are needed. These boilerplates tend to slow down the development efficiency of developers trying to go about building features and meeting their...

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How To Make More Money Selling Shopify Apps In 2021

As more consumers accept digital commerce as a fast, convenient and safe way to get the things they need, e-commerce companies — new and old — need websites that can keep up with the change of pace and consumer demand. Shopify already offers one of the most powerful and competitive e-commerce platforms. But that’s not the only reason merchants flock to it. 87% of entrepreneurs rely on Shopify apps to...

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Should The Web Expose Hardware Capabilities?

I have recently been interested in the difference of opinions between the different browser vendors about the future of the web — specifically in the various efforts to push web platform capabilities closer to native platforms, such as Chromium’s Project Fugu. The main positions can be summarized as: Google (together with partners like Intel, Microsoft and Samsung) is aggressively pushing forward and innovating with a plethora of new APIs like...

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