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Month: May 2018

Angular 7: Dynamic Themes Without a Library

The concept of theming has been around as long as I can remember. Giving users the ability to choose the look and feel of your product has incredible value — it creates a more localized experience and reduces developer maintenance time. How can we create something like this in our Angular apps? Why Sass Alone Won’t Work Although Sass variables may work to create a preset themed experience, the biggest drawback is that it can’t be manipulated…

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3 Things I Learned at a Go Conference

Last week I was able to attend GothamGo, a conference exclusively focusing on Go — a C-based open source language first developed at Google. This was definitely an exciting opportunity for me since I primarily program in Javascript! Here are some takeaways I got after attending my first Go conference: Go has less features than other programming languages…and it was intended that way! On the first day of the conference, I had the chance to take Mat Ryer’s…

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