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Integrating Sympli With Xcode

Introduction

Sympli is a service which simplifies the conversion of a professionally designed user interface into an actual app-compatible format (e.g.

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Edward Snowden Makes 'Moral' Case For Presidential Pardon

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Guardian: Edward Snowden has set out the case for Barack Obama granting him a pardon before the U.S.

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Do you value your role in the user experience revolution?

Many of us know that the organisations we work for provide a terrible user experience. But we believe we are powerless to bring about change. Nothing could be further from the truth.

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Airbnb Unveils Changes To Address Racial Discrimination

An anonymous reader quotes a report from NPR: Acknowledging that his company has "been slow on this issue," Airbnb CEO and co-founder Brian Chesky is rolling out changes aimed at addressing discrimina

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How To Scale React Applications

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How to Use the react-redux Package

React is a JavaScript library for building user interfaces that has taken the web development world by storm.

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Patience

This nerd humor pin made me chuckle. Patience by Jez Burrows.

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CSS Custom Properties: Variables

Variables invariably exist in all programming languages, and that's because they are pretty useful.

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Full-Text Search in Rails Using Elasticsearch

In this article I'm going to show you how to implement full-text search using Ruby on Rails and Elasticsearch.

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Are you under estimating prototyping?

We all know prototyping is a great tool for developing user interfaces. But that is just the tip of the iceberg. They have so much more potential.

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US Investigating Potential Covert Russian Plan To Disrupt November Elections

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Washington Post: U.S.

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Dark-toned extension added to white Federation house in Sydney by Studioplusthree


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Momentum

“Never sacrifice momentum. I might know a better path, but if we’ve got a lot of momentum, if everyone’s united and they’re marching together and the path is O.K., just go with the flow.

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Creating Custom WordPress Administration Pages, Part 1

In a previous series, I provided an in-depth guide to working

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Command-Line WordPress

Final product imageWhat You'll Be Creating

Developers and users of WordPress are all to

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Useful *NIX Shell Commands for Web Developers

So, why *NIX and why do you need to go to the console?

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WrkRiot Collapses Amongst Allegations of Fraud

HockeyPuck quotes a report from New York Times: This week, WrkRiot, began unraveling in a highly public fashion (Warning: may be paywalled).

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Studio Razavi inserts sculptural furniture block into 19th-century Parisian apartment


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Let's Go: Command-Line Programs With Golang

Overview

The Go Language is an exciting new language that gains a lot of popularity for a good reason.

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Installing AMP in WordPress

Final product imageWhat You'll Be CreatingWhat's AMP?

Last Octo

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Mosquito Netting Socks

Would it be safe to suggest that we should file these Mosquito Netting Socks under ‘products the world doesn’t need’? They definitely made me laugh tough…

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How G.E. Is Transforming Into An IoT Start-Up

Slashdot reader mspohr shares an article about "General Electric 're-inventing' itself as a software start-up." Jeffrey R.

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How to Learn Angular

A five-step guide designed to help you learn Angular effectively.

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Serialization and Deserialization of Python Objects: Part 1

Python object serialization and deserialization is an important aspect of any non-trivial program.

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Optimize Your Mobile Application for Google

Final product imageWhat You'll Be Creating

Have you ever wondered how those mysterious l

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Intricate Letters Hand-Cut from Paper

How incredibly stunning is this hand-cut paper by Annie Vought?

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NASA's Outsourced Computer People Are Even Worse Than You Might Expect

Eric berger, writing for ArsTechnica: As part of a plan to help NASA "modernize" its desktop and laptop computers, the space agency signed a $2.5 billion services contract with HP Enterprise Services

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Singapore To Cut Off Public Servants From the Internet

Singapore is planning to cut off web access for public servants as a defence against potential cyber attack, Reuters reports.

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'Legalist' Startup Automates The Lawsuit Strategy Peter Thiel Used To Bankrupt Gawker

An anonymous reader writes from a report via Gizmodo: "Two Harvard undergraduates have created a service called Legalist that uses what they call 'data-backed litigation financing,' analyzing civil la

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YouTube Plans To Bring Photos, Polls, and Text To Its Video Service

An anonymous reader quotes a report from VentureBeat: YouTube is developing a feature internally called Backstage where users can share photos, polls, links, text posts, and videos with their subscrib

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World's Largest Aircraft Crashes Its Second Flight

Not too long after it completed its first test flight, the Airlander 10 -- the world's largest aircraft -- has crashed its second test flight.

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Latest Windows 10 Update Breaks PowerShell

whoever57 writes: According to a report via InfoWorld, the latest Windows 10 update [KB 3176934] breaks Desired State Configuration (DSC) functionality in PowerShell.

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Self-Driving Cars Aren't Going To Be So Great Until We Make Our Maps Better

Uber is debuting its self-driving cars in Pittsburgh this month, a move that has many taxi drivers upset.

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HP Hit With Age-Discrimination Suit Claiming Old Workers Purged

Hewlett-Packard started laying off workers in 2012, before it separated into HP Inc. and HP Enterprise last year. The company has continued to cut thousands of jobs since.

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MIT Scientists Develop New Wi-Fi That's 330% Faster

An anonymous reader quotes a report from MSN: Scientists at MIT claim to have created a new wireless technology that can triple Wi-Fi data speeds while also doubling the range of the signal.