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Creating a Dating Application with Sinch: Integrating Sinch

Dating apps have become one of the more popular genres in the App Store recently. Due to their nature, however, developing a fully featured dating app can be challenging.

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Moving WordPress: Moving a Multisite Network

So far in this series I've shown you how to move a standard WordPress installation, but how do you move a Multisite network?

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Go Back to Basics With Our New Course on JavaScript Fundamentals

So you want to learn JavaScript? In 

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Fantastic 8 Fonts

We love fonts just like you do, from the wacky and creative to the straight up and sans-serif, we aim to bring you the most creatively unique collection of fonts every week. 01.

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Comcast Brings Fiber To City That It Sued 7 Years Ago To Stop Fiber Rollout

An anonymous reader writes with the latest update in Comcast's "if you can't beat them, join them" fiber plan.

in magCulture

Coverage – April 2015

Thank you as ever to everyone submitting their magazines for review. Not all can be given a full review; our new monthly Coverage round-up will note the best arrivals not mentioned elsewhere.

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Make a Seat The Table For An Apprentice

The idea of “every company needing to make a seat at the table for an apprentice” really stopped me in my tracks.

in magCulture

Elana Schlenker’s pop-up shop

Elana Schlenker is the provocative graphic designer behind Gratuitous Type (the self-fashioned ‘occasional pamphlet of typographic smut’) as well as Conveyor magazine (recently reviewed), and her

in Boagworld

How to build your web design career

So you want to be a web designer. Or perhaps you already are and don’t know what your next step should be. Either way you will have tons of questions. This is the place to ask them.

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Magazine of the Week: Neon, Mai 2015

Neon from Hamburg is one of the publications produced by the German Stern group – a family of magazines that cover lifestyle and are particularly well known for their immersive photography and featu

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20 Amazing Free Fonts

Here is a collection of 20 amazing free fonts download for your designs that you can use to enhance your digital designs. Feel free to download them. Enjoy downloading 01.

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Create a Simple CRM in WordPress: Using Custom Capabilities

We’ve been looking at how to create a simple CRM system in WordPress.

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Design Patterns: Singletons

Design patterns are often considered a more advanced topic and therefore ignored or overlooked by people new to iOS or OS X development.

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Hosting Your Website After Death

100-year domain renewals

Update: I first pitched this series to Tuts+ beca

in Fontblog

15 New Design Type Free Fonts

Typography is the art and techniques of arranging type, type design, and modifying type glyphs.

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Snail Mail Stamp

I love this snail mail stamp.

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When Exxon Wanted To Be a Personal Computing Revolutionary

An anonymous reader writes with this story about Exxon's early involvement with consumer computers.

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Xbox Sales and Revenue Are Down Big Time in 2015

Xbox Sales and Revenue Are Down Big Time in 2015

Microsoft's Xbox gaming consoles aren't doing as well

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Windows Phone 8 Succinctly: Localization, Windows Phone Store & In-App Purchases

When we talk about mobile applications, development isn't the only aspect we need to consider. If we want to be successful, we also have to distribute and promote our application.

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CloudBerry Explorer: Fast, Effective File Manager for Amazon S3 and the Cloud

What You'll Be Creating

This is the third of our sponsored series on CloudBerry's cloud backup, storage and synchronization services.

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Creating a Web App From Scratch Using AngularJS and Firebase: Part 5

In the previous part of the series, we designed and implemented an interface to create a blog post with a title and post.

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Design Patterns: Dependency Injection

Even though dependency injection is a topic that is rarely taught to beginners, it is a design pattern that deserves more attention.

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One Class per Rails Controller Action With Aldous

Controllers are often the eyesore of a Rails application. Controller actions are bloated despite our attempts to keep them skinny, and even when they look skinny, it is often an illusion.

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A Glance at the New OpenCart 2.0

For a while now, OpenCart has been a popular e­-commerce framework for small to medium level online stores. Recently with the release of the 2.0 major version, it has reached a new milestone.

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New Course: Introduction to Git and GitHub

In our new course, 

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Concerns of an Artificial Intelligence Pioneer

An anonymous reader writes: In January, the British-American computer scientist Stuart Russell drafted and became the first signatory of an open letter calling for researchers to look beyond the goal

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Maglev Train Exceeds 600km/h For World Record

nojayuk writes: An experimental Japanese magnetic levitation train has reached a speed of 603 km/h, breaking the world speed record the same train set last week of 590 km/h.

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Twitter Rolls Out New Anti-Abuse Tools

An anonymous reader writes: After facing criticism that it gives trolls and hatemongers a platform to intimidate people, Twitter has now rolled out a new set of tools and policies to handle abusive tw

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Supreme Court Rules Extending Traffic Stop For Dog Sniff Unconstitutional

bmxeroh writes: The Supreme Court ruled today (PDF) that a police officer may not extend a traffic stop beyond the time needed to complete the tasks related to that stop for the purposes of allowing a

in Slashdot

Optical Tech Can Boost Wi-Fi Systems' Capacity With LEDs

chasm22 writes: Researchers at Oregon State University have invented a new technology that can increase the bandwidth of WiFi systems by 10 times, using LED lights to transmit information.

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OSGeo Foundation Up In Arms Over ESRI LAS Lock-In Plans

Bismillah writes: The Open Source Geospatial Foundation is outraged over mapping giant ESRI's latest move which entails vendor lock-in for light detection and ranging (LiDAR) data through its propriet

in Slashdot

Copyright For Sale: What the Sony Docs Say About MPAA Buying Political Influence

An anonymous reader writes: The linkage between political funding and the major
copyright lobby groups is not a new issue as for years there have
been stories
about how groups like the MPAA and RIAA f

in Slashdot

The Logistics of an eSports Tournament

An anonymous reader writes: Wargaming's hugely popular World of Tanks game sees its biggest tournament of the year, The Grand Finals, taking place this weekend.

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'Mobilegeddon': Google To Punish Mobile-Hostile Sites Starting Today

jfruh writes: Google has announced that it will be adding mobile-friendliness to the list of factors that will get a site bumped up in search rankings.

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Rosetta Spacecraft Catches Comet Eruption

An anonymous reader writes: On March 12, the Rosetta spacecraft was imaging Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko from a distance of 75 kilometers (46 miles) and by pure chance it spotted an eruption of dus

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Futures Trader Arrested For Causing 2010 'Flash Crash'

New submitter dfsmith writes: Apparently the "Flash Crash" of the stock market in May 2010 was perpetrated by a futures trader in the UK.

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'Aaron's Law' Introduced To Curb Overzealous Prosecutions For Computer Crimes

SonicSpike writes: Sens. Rand Paul (R-KY) and Ron Wyden (D-OR), and Rep.

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Study Confirms No Link Between MMR Vaccine and Autism

An anonymous reader sends word of a new study (abstract) into the relationship between the MMR vaccine and kids who develop autism.

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Learn About FIRST's New Embedded Linux Controller (Video)

Our interviewee today is Mike Anderson, an adviser to FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Team 116 at Herndon High School in Virginia.

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Protein Converts Pancreatic Cancer Cells Back Into Healthy Cells

An anonymous reader writes: Scientists working in the area of pancreatic cancer research have uncovered a technique that sees cancerous cells transform back into normal healthy cells.

in Boagworld

Avoiding confusing client communication

Effective communication with our clients is one of the most important parts of our job. Yet most of us put little consideration into the tools we use.

in swissmiss

Analog Memory Desk

YES! This analog memory desk made me smile. I want one.

in praegnanz.de

Meine praktische Streamingwelt

Ich glaube um das Jahr 2007, als das iPhone vorgestellt wurde und der iPod noch sehr populär war, dämmerte es vielen, dass man in Zukunft möglicherweise nicht mehr alle Daten für das persönli