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Over the last five years, Node.js has helped to bring uniformity to software development. You can do anything in Node.js, whether it be front-end development, server-side scripting, cross-platform desktop applications, cross-platform mobile applications, Internet of Things, you name it. Writing command line tools has also become easier than ever before because of Node.js -- not just any command line tools, but tools that are interactive, useful and less time-consuming to develop. If you are a front-end developer, then you must have heard of or worked on Gulp, Angular CLI, Cordova, Yeoman and others. Have you ever wondered how they work?The post How To Develop An Interactive Command Line Application Using Node.js appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Java is a leading programming language. It is also one of the first languages I - and many others like me - learned, in part, because of its popularity. It is a high-level, object-oriented, and class-based language meant to be an all-around general-purpose language. Java allows programmers to "write once, run anywhere," as in after […] The post The Top Java IDEs for 2021 appeared first on Developer.com.
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CodePen has become the playground for developers. The sandbox where you can build whatever your imagination fancies. Practical things, experimental concepts -- it's a treasure chest, bound to fuel your ideas. For this Quick Tip, we have done some digging around and found some interesting UI demos and concepts for you to indulge in and build upon: dialog and modal windows, signup and login screens, navigation and menus, sliders and toggles. Small bits of delight that make the user's interaction with a website or app more pleasant. Enjoy!The post Better Interface Design: Logins, Menus, Toggles And Other Fancy Modules appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
One of the most important early design decisions you will make is what kind of background will carry a project. Should it be a single color, colorless, use trendy elements such as geometric shapes, gradients, or wood grain patterns? Or would a solid background design can help make a project shine? Staying on trend with […]
Yep, one of those mystery riddles again? To celebrate the launch of SmashingConf NYC, we've prepared yet another riddle, and this time it will be a matter of patience and following clues. As usual, we've hidden secret keys in a series of animated GIFs. Seek out the place — it will lead you to the key. Watch out for file names. (View large version) Below you'll find the first animated GIF, containing a location clue. To move to the next level, you have to find a hidden hash tag and follow a link in a tweet containing it. Once you've reached the last level (you'll know when), just tweet all of the keys in one single hash tag (or a screenshot if there isn't enough characters left!) to @smashingmag on Twitter! Not that difficult, right?The post The New Smashing Mystery Riddle: Have You Figured It Out Yet? appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
What does trust have to do with web design? Quite simply, everything. In a world where people hear about digital security breaches almost daily, designing and creating a user interface that users can trust is imperative. Establishing this trust will help create a solid foundation between you and the user, it can contribute to sales […]
Sometimes it feels like we have a lack of creativity when it comes to building CSS containers. They're either round, somewhat-round, square or rectangular. They get the job done, but... The post 10 Examples of Unorthodox Container Shapes Created with CSS appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
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