The Complete iOS 7 Course - Learn by Building 14 Apps - bitfountain Section 4 - Challenge 1: Age of Laika Section 5 - If Statements Section 6 - Challenge 2: For Loops Section 7 - Challenge 3: 99 Sodas Section 8 - Intro to Object Oriented Programming SweetAlert So... What does it do? Here’s a comparison of a standard error message. The first one uses the built-in alert-function, while the second is using sweetAlert. Normal alert Code: Your first GraphQL component – Abhi Aiyer – Medium If you follow my musings surely you must know how enamored I am with GraphQL. Frequently asked questions I get aren’t really about how it works anymore, but rather: How do I get started and build something? Today I want to get you your first win. Today, let’s build a little UI Component who’s data is backed by a GraphQL API.
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SlickMap CSS: A Visual Sitemapping Tool for Web Developers — Astuteo™ Side Projects SlickMap CSS is a simple stylesheet for displaying finished site maps directly from HTML unordered list navigation. It’s suitable for most web sites – accommodating up to three levels of page navigation and additional utility links – and can easily be customized to meet your own individual needs, branding, or style preferences. The general idea of SlickMap CSS is to streamline the web design process by automating the illustration of site maps while at the same time allowing for the pre-development of functional HTML navigation. Eliminates the need for additional software Easily revised with clients on-the-fly Clickable anchors with visible URLs Design process results in working HTML code
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