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Authentication In Vue.js

by / October 27, 2020 / Uncategorized

Authentication is a very necessary feature for applications that store user data. It’s a process of verifying the identity of users, ensuring that unauthorized users cannot access private data — data belonging to other users. This leads to having restricted routes that can only be accessed by authenticated users. These authenticated users are verified by...

Introducing Framer Motion

by / October 26, 2020 / Uncategorized

In this article, we’ll take a closer look at how Framer Motion helps us in creating awesome animations. We’ll learn how motion components work and learn how to chain animations together. We’ll look into how to make gesture-triggered, timed, and scroll animations with Framer motion. Along the way, we’ll use the things we learn to...

Getting Started With Next.js

by / October 22, 2020 / Uncategorized

Lately, Next.js has termed itself The React Framework for Production, and with such bold claim comes a bevy of features that it offers to help you take your React websites from zero to production. These features would matter less if Next.js isn’t relatively easy to learn, and while the numerous features might mean more things...

Authentication In Vue.js

Authentication is a very necessary feature for applications that store user data. It’s a process of verifying the identity of users, ensuring that unauthorized users cannot access private data — data belonging to other users. This leads to having restricted routes that can only be accessed by authenticated users. These authenticated users are verified by using their login details (i.e. username/email and password) and assigning them with a token to...

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Introducing Framer Motion

In this article, we’ll take a closer look at how Framer Motion helps us in creating awesome animations. We’ll learn how motion components work and learn how to chain animations together. We’ll look into how to make gesture-triggered, timed, and scroll animations with Framer motion. Along the way, we’ll use the things we learn to build five demo applications I’ve set up to show us how we can integrate Framer...

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How To Overcome Data Onboarding Challenges For Software Products

Companies willing to pay good money for a new piece of software are most likely not starting from scratch. They’re running an established business, with well-built and documented processes. So, they have tons of data to carry over. As a result, the decision to bring a new app into the fold is not one they take lightly. Internal processes need to change. Getting the team to adopt the new solution...

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Getting Started With Next.js

Lately, Next.js has termed itself The React Framework for Production, and with such bold claim comes a bevy of features that it offers to help you take your React websites from zero to production. These features would matter less if Next.js isn’t relatively easy to learn, and while the numerous features might mean more things and nuances to learn, its attempt at simplicity, power, and perhaps success at it is...

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Smashing Giveaway: Join Smashing Newsletter and Win Smashing Prizes

With so much happening in front-end and UX these days, it can be quite difficult to keep track of important things. Luckily, there are wonderful newsletters and blogs out there that shed light on the latest in the web industry. In fact, with our weekly Smashing Email Newsletter, we aim to achieve that as well. Every week, we send out useful front-end & UX tips, techniques and tools to help...

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Speed Up Your Workflow With Figma Plugins

One of the best ways to reduce time spent pushing pixels in Figma is to use some of the countless plugins that can do the work for you. Figma has added some amazing functionality recently to help with our workflows but plugins still fill in the gap for many tedious, repetitive daily tasks. This practical article is an attempt to highlight the most useful plugins that I use often to...

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Smashing Podcast Episode 27 With Stefan Baumgartner: What Is TypeScript?

We’re talking about TypeScript. What is it, and how can it help us write better JavaScript? I spoke to expert Stefan Baumgartner to find out. Show Notes Stefan’s book TypeScript in 50 Lessons is available now Official site for TypeScript Stefan on Twitter Stefan’s personal website Weekly Update “React Form Validation With Formik And Yup”written by Nefe Emadamerho-Atori “Design Shopping: Get A Faster Client Buy-In Through A Guided Design Showcase”written...

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Handling Continuous Integration And Delivery With GitHub Actions

Before the invention of CI/CD (Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment & Delivery), software was generally developed by writing the code using a computer whenever it was time to move the software to production. The RedHat website defines CI/CD to be “a method to frequently deliver apps to customers by introducing automation into the stages of app development. The main concepts attributed to CI/CD are continuous integration, continuous delivery, and continuous...

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A Monthly Update With New Guides And Community Resources

Whether you’re motivated to get started with creating artworks through code or instead find yourself spending too much time getting upset over ugly website policy disclosure pages, we always like to have your back. Here at Smashing, we are committed to nourishing curiosity on what works and what doesn’t, helping folks improve their skills and workflows, and last but not least, finessing their work-life balance. The best way to get...

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Supercharge Testing React Applications With Wallaby.js

One thing you will discover very quickly when you start writing tests for an application is that you want to run your tests constantly when you are coding. Having to switch between your code editor and terminal window (or in the case of VS Code, the integrated terminal) adds an overhead and reduces your productivity as you build your application. In an ideal world, you would have instant feedback on...

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