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Boosting Your Workflow with Angular 5 Snippets and VS Code — SitePoint

In this article, we’ll focus on how to use Angular 5 snippets in Visual Studio Code to improve our workflow. We’ll first start with the basics of using and creating snippets. We’ll look at how we can use Angular snippets for VS Code in an Angular project. Then we’ll later look at how we can create our own snippets and share them with others. For anyone who’s become proficient in a programming language, you know how boring it is to…

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The Return of the Past: New show explores Postmodernism in British Architecture

Jeremy and Fenella Dixon, St Mark’s Road, London, 1979. Credit: Dixon Jones Architects Head over to Sir John Soane’s Museum this summer and you’ll discover the first-ever exhibition completely devoted to Postmodernist British Architecture. Specifically looking at its early “radical moment” during the late 1970s and early 1980s, you’ll be able to see pivotal works by some of the movement’s most important architects: Terry Farrell, CZWG, Jeremy Dixon, John Outram, and James Stirling. The show, which runs until 26 August…

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Hacking The CTA Button For Maximum Conversions

Call-to-action (CTA) buttons are among the most powerful tools in your arsenal. A CTA button serves to guide your customers, users and readers to participate, engage, and communicate. But CTA buttons go much further than that, they are tools that allow you as an eCommerce merchant to encourage these actions in ways that benefit you directly. Let’s take a look at how eCommerce businesses can get the most out of the CTA button below. Characteristics of A High-Converting CTA Button…

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Face your GDPR fears with this enlightening infographic

The new General Data Protection Regulation – or GDPR – laws come into effect across the EU on Friday 25 May, and it’s almost impossible to ignore them, especially if your inbox is filling up with increasingly desperate emails begging you to review privacy policies, or to give companies you can’t even remember ever buying anything from permission to stay in touch with you. GDPR’s a bit of an annoyance if you’re an ordinary individual, but it’ll at least mean…

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Design Your Website to Maximize Sales

One of the most important resources that can be provided by an IT services unit in any company is web design. It goes without saying that if your company has a presence on the web and it is not used to its fullest potential, then you are missing out on huge volumes of business. As you are probably aware, the Internet abounds with hundreds of millions of websites and, depending on your business, there is an increasing number of competitors…

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Desktop App 1.1 released

We’ve added some requested improvements within this release, such as an option to copy a preview link from the top menu (Windows/Copy Link to Preview), and ability to manage application windows from the dock/taskbar. Download Desktop App for Mac or Windows. View the tutorial. Source link

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How Transaction Costs are Calculated — SitePoint

This article on Ethereum Transaction Costs was originally published at Bruno’s Bitfalls website, and is reproduced here with permission. When sending a Bitcoin transaction, its fee is proportionate to its size. The more inputs and outputs, the more expensive it is. Add to that the factor of pending transactions, and transaction fees can skyrocket based on those two factors alone. It’s recommended you read the following materials before diving into the rest of this post in order to better understand…

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Make Your Website Compatible for All Browsers

In early days of Internet, many sites used to be viewed in specific browser like Netscape or Internet explorer. Some web pages are best viewed with specific browsers but nowadays these labels seem to be rarer. The web designers these days put total efforts to promote their websites over the search engines. There are certain principles to make the website design compatible for different browsers and operating systems. You can hire a web design professional to work for you or…

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Learning Gutenberg: Setting up a Custom webpack Config

Gutenberg introduces the modern JavaScript stack into the WordPress ecosystem, which means some new tooling should be learned. Although tools like create-guten-block are incredibly useful, it’s also handy to know what’s going on under the hood. The files we will be configuring here should be familiar from what we covered in the Part 2 Primer with create-guten-block. If you’re like me (before reading Andy’s tutorial, that is!) and would rather not dive into the configuration part just yet, the scaffold…

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13 design-led ways to tackle climate change at WDCD

Climate change is predicted to have catastrophic consequences across the globe. That’s why annual design conference What Design Can Do – in partnership with IKEA Foundation and Autodesk Foundation – launched the Climate Action Challenge, a global competition inviting creatives to use design to combat climate change and its impacts. Some 400 proposals for helping communities adapt to climate change were submitted from 70 countries across the world. 13 winners were selected to enter a six-month accelerator programme – and…

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