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About.me Redesigns their Homepage with Snazzy New User Profiles

About.me has a beautiful new facelift that’s been rolling out over the past few months. The site was originally launched in 2009 as a personal website/portfolio service. It was meant to offer public profiles for anyone that wanted […]

JSFiddle Unveils New Code Embed Styles

The latest JSFiddle redesign came with an overhaul of the entire web interface, many new features, and a slight rebranding from jsFiddle to JSFiddle. After the redesign the fiddle founder Oskar Krawczyk promised many new features in the […]

Best Resources for Learning Angular2 from Scratch

Google recently announced the Angular2 beta for public download. This has many developers excited to finally move onto the next phase of Angular development. New devs are also getting curious to learn exactly how Angular works. Since this […]

Adobe’s Project Comet: What to Expect from the 2016 Public Beta

Andrew Shorten is the Director of Project Management at Adobe and part of the Project Comet team. Comet is the codename for Adobe’s new UX/wireframing program meant to provide real UI design tools and offer an alternative to […]

New Angular 2 beta release announced

JS developers have been eagerly awaiting news about Angular.js which is undergoing a complete revamp. This update was first announced in September 2014 which led to a stage of alpha testing. Today the Angular team has finally announced […]

Structor is a Visual IDE for building React web applications

Node.js apps are growing in popularity thanks to accessible tutorials and a helpful community. One preferred combination is a Node.js backend with a React.js frontend. React is a UI library made in JavaScript that can operate on the […]

JSFiddle Has A Clean New Redesign

Writing code in your browser just got a lot smoother. jsFiddle is the popular in-browser IDE for building web applications in HTML/CSS/JavaScript. On December 1st jsFiddle released a brand new redesign for the entire website. According to the […]

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