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3 things you should change during your focus group interview

We changed three things about our feedback sessions, and it changed everything about running customer feedback sessions.

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Using Webpack with React Typescript

Ever wondered if there is a way to just tie up all your code into one single module for easy usage. If so, in this article I will show you how to bundle all your code into a single javascript module that you can easily use in any other project.

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Salary Process Calculation Using RPA

In this article, we will learn how to process and calculate the salary of employees by deducting the leaves amount and adding the increment if any, to the overall salary using Robotic Process Automation.

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Deploying React App to Firebase Hosting

This article will help the react developers to host their application in the Firebase hosting. And it’s free!

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Building a Serverless Telegram Chatbot with Dialogflow and Firebase Functions

Chatbots are fun and useful. Often we use chatbots to access information quickly and humanely. Building a chatbot is equally fun. In this article, I’ll walk you through the smartest and the easiest way to build a chatbot without requesting any special backend servers.

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Setting up OAuth in Phoenix

When developing an application, one of the most important factors is setting up a reliable authentication system. Setting up a social sign in, like Google OAuth gives you the advantage of speed and security. Learn how to do this on your Phoenix application.

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Robotic Process Automation in the Automotive Industry

To regulate and manage the activities in the Automotive Sector, business executives require an efficient supply chain system integrated with Robotic Process Automation (RPA) bots. Let’s take a look at how RPA is improving productivity within the automotive sector.

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Extract UI Components with AlpineJS and TailwindCSS using x-spread and @apply

Alpine and Tailwind are made to work in the markup itself. But let’s break the rules here and extract components into their separate CSS and JS. Let’s see how it can be useful in your web applications.

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Web Animation With GSAP

Animations are attractive. Animations are fun. But creating animations is hard. These are the things I often come across people when I talk to them about animation. In this article, we will go through how we can create simple yet creative and fun animations for the web using a package called GSAP in just a few minutes.

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Indexing Firebase Data in Algolia For Full-Text Search

Building a search module for your Firebase app is super challenging and expensive. This is where Algolia comes for our rescue. This article is focused on helping developers build search in their applications with the help of Algolia.

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How to Publish a Package to NPM

You have written your code and it’s ready to publish to the world, but how do you do it? I had this exact question a few weeks ago. In this article, I have described the steps I followed to publish a package. Let’s get straight to it...

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Rise of Tailwind - A Utility-First CSS Framework

What if there is an easy way to achieve responsive UI without using any UI kit? Can we create new and fresh designs for every project with a CSS framework? Enter Tailwind CSS, will this be the perfect CSS framework, well let’s find out.

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