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Core Data 101: Saving and Fetching Codementor Team Codementor Team  ●  iOS · Core data · Swift · Mac os x  ●  Dec 09, 2016
Core Data 101: Saving and Fetching

Today we will be focusing on a few important aspects of Core Data, namely, how to set up your model schema as well as fetching and saving data to your persistent store.

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Build an Instagram Clone in Elm: InstaElm Part 2 Rudolf Olah Rudolf Olah  ●  Elm · jQuery Ajax · JavaScript · Hapi  ●  Dec 09, 2016
Build an Instagram Clone in Elm: InstaElm Part 2

This is the second part of the InstaElm tutorial where we create an Instagram clone in the Elm programming language to demonstrate how a real world project is implemented in Elm. We're focusing on inter-operation with other JavaScript code and being able to interact with an API server written in Node.js and using the Hapi.js library.

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Basic Component Animation with Angular 2 Christian Nwamba Christian Nwamba  ●  AngularJS · Angular2 · Angular2 animation · Animation  ●  Dec 08, 2016
Basic Component Animation with Angular 2

Animation in Angular 2 is not as straightforward or intuitive as you might have assumed. Nonetheless, it is very simple to achieve. To illustrate how behavioral component animations work in Angular 2, we are going to implement the jQuery slideToggle feature in an Angular application without bringing jQuery to the field.

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Angular 2 and Beyond: 7 Framework Highlights You Need to Know Codementor Team Codementor Team  ●  AngularJS · JavaScript · Interview · Angular2  ●  Dec 08, 2016
Angular 2 and Beyond: 7 Framework Highlights You Need to Know

Jules, Stephen, and Rob from Google's Angular team answered questions from our community about the release of Angular 2. We talked about everything from migrating Angular 1.x apps, next steps for ng 2, Angular Material, Angular CLI to the team's favorite Angular 2 features.

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A Comprehensive Guide To Singly Linked List Using C++ Codementor Team Codementor Team  ●  C++ · Linked list · List  ●  Dec 08, 2016
A Comprehensive Guide To Singly Linked List Using C++

A linked list is a data structure that can store an indefinite amount of items. These items are connected using pointers in a sequential manner. And we will learn more about this and singly linked lists in this tutorial

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12 Best Android Apps for Web Developers and Designers to Try in 2017 Codementor Team Codementor Team  ●  Android · Web development · Web design · Mobile apps  ●  Dec 06, 2016
12 Best Android Apps for Web Developers and Designers to Try in 2017

In this post, we have listed many highly useful Android applications for web developers and webmasters to use with all mobility advantages. These Android applications enable web developers to accomplish several critical tasks while on the go.

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Building a Chatbot using Telegram and Python (Part 2): Adding a SQLite Database Backend Gareth Dwyer Gareth Dwyer  ●  Python · Telegram · Chatbot · Sqlite  ●  Dec 06, 2016
Building a Chatbot using Telegram and Python (Part 2): Adding a SQLite Database Backend

In this tutorial, we'll add a SQLite database backend to our Telegram bot and allow it to remember information for specific users indefinitely. We'll build a simple To Do list that allows users to add new items or delete existing ones.

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DOM Testing React Applications with Jest pkodmad pkodmad  ●  React · Testing · JavaScript · Jest  ●  Dec 05, 2016
DOM Testing React Applications with Jest

In this post, we will look at installing Jest and getting started with DOM testing a React application.

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Anatomy of Ruby Variables Adebayo Adepoju Adebayo Adepoju  ●  Beginner · Ruby on Rails · Variables · Ruby  ●  Dec 02, 2016
Anatomy of Ruby Variables

In this post, I will look into what variables are, starting from their definition and move to exploring their use cases

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Start Building Daydream Apps: Exploring Google VR SDK Codementor Team Codementor Team  ●  Daydream · Android · Google · Vr  ●  Dec 02, 2016
Start Building Daydream Apps: Exploring Google VR SDK

In this article, I’m going to show you how to setup a DIY development kit, so you can get that all-important hands-on experience with the Daydream platform—even if you haven’t managed to get your hands on the Daydream View or the Daydream Controller yet!

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