Golang Guide: A List of Top Golang Frameworks, IDEs & Tools
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Golang Guide: A List of Top Golang Frameworks, IDEs & Tools

Since its introduction, Google’s Go Programming Language (Golang) has been experiencing an increasing popularity among mainstream users. In a December 2016 survey, 89% of the 3,595 respondents claimed that they program in Go at work or outside of work. Additionally, Go ranks highest among the programming languages in terms of expertise and preference. This July …

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by Costi on August 14, 2017


Face Detection with Apple’s iOS 11 Vision Framework

Great stuff is coming from Apple this autumn! Among a lot of new APIs there is the Vision Framework which helps with detection of faces, face features, object tracking and others. In this post we will take a look at how can one put the face detection to work. We will make a simple application …


Introduction to React Native

React Native is a framework for building native apps using React made by Facebook. With React Native, you don’t build a “mobile web app”, an “HTML5 app”, or a “hybrid app”. You build a real mobile app that’s indistinguishable from an app built using Objective-C or Java. React Native uses the same fundamental UI building …

Node.js Guide: A List of Top Node.js Frameworks, Tools, and IDEs
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Node.js Guide: A List of Top Node.js Frameworks, Tools, and IDEs

Created by Ryan Dahl in 2009, Node.js is an open-source platform built using the Google Chrome JavaScript runtime. It enables software and app developers to build fast and scalable web applications using just a few lines of code. The official website of Node.js described it as: “Node.js® is a JavaScript runtime built on Chrome’s V8 …

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by Costi on June 16, 2017


Emulating a Redis Failover with Docker

Reading the Redis documentation can be a bit confusing without the hands-on experience. You could in theory create multiple processes of the Redis Server on your machine and configure each of them in part, but what if you could do it in a few commands? Not only that but emulate the network they’re connected to …

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by Sebastian Plesciuc on May 22, 2017


Counting lines and words using Go

For those who need to count words and lines in text files, an easy approach for this matter is to use bufio.ScanWords and bufio.ScanLine in order to quickly solve the problem. To count words:

ScanWords is a split function for a Scanner that returns each space-separated (checks unicode.IsSpace) word of text, with trimmed whitespace. …

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by Alex Efimov on May 8, 2017


Setup Docker Machine for Symfony Development

If you need a development environment for Symfony, hosted by Docker, you can use the fazy/apache-symfony docker image to start with, then extend it to your need. In your Symfony project’s folder add the Dockerfile and docker-compose.yml files. In the first one, we added mysql and composer, then we used the docker-compose.yml file to mount a …

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by Dragos Holban on April 27, 2017


What Nobody Tells You When You’re a Junior Developer

Hooray! You’ve landed your dream job and you can now proudly call yourself a Junior Developer. The future looks nothing but bright and your awesome life story is underway. But now the hard part actually begins. Here’s how you can stay on top of things with some useful tips I wish I knew when I was in your shoes …

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by Sebastian Mihalache on November 2, 2015