A collection of pure bash alternatives to external processes and programs. The bash scripting language is more powerful than people realise and most tasks can be accomplished without the need for or dependence on external programs.
Many app developers are now targeting more than one platform for their apps. Making your app available on more than one platform always poses the task of choosing the app development model. Whether to go with a Native app for each platform, build a hybrid app or simply build a web app? To make it… continue reading
Learn how to implement asynchronous form validation for your projects. This allows feedback before tedious forms are completed Source: Check username and email availability without a page refresh | Happy-CSS
With Okta and OpenID Connect (OIDC) you can easily integrate authentication into an Ionic application, and never have to build it yourself again. OIDC allows you to authenticate directly against the Okta Platform API, and this article shows you how to do just that in an Ionic application
The purpose of this article is to highlight the most important conceptual differences between Ionic and React Native (RN), this will hopefully give you the information you need to make an educated choice about the stack that will work best for your project. Hybrid and native apps Before diving in the differences between Ionic and… continue reading
Hooks in WordPress allow developers to easily tie their own code in with the WordPress core code base, themes, and plugins. In this article, we’ll discover what hooks are, go over the different types of hooks, and look at a few examples of hooks in action. Definition of Terms A Hook is a generic term… continue reading
Typography is an integral part of design, so it’s no wonder web fonts usage soared once browsers started supporting them. Based on the statistics gathered by the HTTP Archive, nearly 65% of all websites use web fonts as of November 2016. This is great. But there’s a downside: web fonts have become a performance and… continue reading