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Why is Node.js so Popular?

I am pretty sure you have heard about Node.js. Basically EVERYONE is talking about it right now; everyone wants to learn it, web development trends seem to be moving towards it and even huge sites like LinkedIn, eBay and PayPal have their entire infrastructure based on it. Node.js is a server technology used to build and run web applications, similar to what ASP.NET, Ruby on Rails or Spring Framework does. It uses JavaScript as its main language, a built-in lightweight web server and a whole bunch of plugins managed through the Node Package Manager (NPM) that allows you to mold your application to your needs, like adding Model-View-Controller features, RESTful services, OAuth and SSL security and others. But, really, why has…

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Dynamically Filtering Layouts with Isotope and Bootstrap

I’m sure pretty much anyone who makes websites has stumbled upon jQuery Masonry at some point or other. Some people haven’t though, so here’s what Masonry is – it’s a fantastic plugin by David DeSandro that allows for extremely creative layouts. You specify which HTML element for Masonry to do its magic on, and the children of that element are all positioned the way a mason positions stones. Now, while Masonry is absolutely fantastic, it is lacking a few features. One of the biggest is the fact that it is not possible to dynamically filter elements by class name.

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Web Developer India – Best PHP Framework of 2014: Laravel

Best PHP Framework of 2014: Laravel 23.05.2014 | Author: Amit Pandey | Posted in FrameWork, Laravel, PHP 5 Best PHP Framework in 2014 Laravel Additional Articles From “FrameWork” Laravel Cheetsheets

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Does it Really Exist?

I admit that I didn’t know this technical term existed till somewhat recently. The Sandbox. That’s what it’s called. The sandbox. Really. The sandbox is the period of time that a new website owner blogs adds content, feeds their site but has nothing or almost nothing to show for it. The site is muddled, mired, bogged down in the sand. Question: Is there a search engine sandbox? Answer: From my experience. Yes, there is. Playing in the Sandbox I have numerous examples from my own experience where I plodded along, faithfully adding relevant content to my web site and seeing so little to show for my effort. Read minimal traffic. Then suddenly a jump. I wouldn’t exactly call it playing. Perhaps to …

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15 Useful Bootstrap Tools and Generators for Web Developers

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