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Git Version Control on the Command Line for iOS Devs

It’s happened to us all: we change something in our code, and suddenly, everything seems to be “broken.” This is when version control is a boon—if you know how to use it. In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to use Git from the command line. Xcode and other modern IDEs have basic options for Git built into their graphical user interface, but you only get high-level control of your repo (Git repository) through the command line. If you’re doing advanced coding or Git management, it’s important to be comfortable with the command line. If you’ve never used the command...

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Beginner’s Guide to Angular 4: Components

Angular is a popular framework for creating front ends for web and mobile applications. It all started with AngularJS 1.x and then AngularJS 2, and now it’s finally Angular, with the latest updates and bug fixes being worked on by the Angular team. Components are an important part of an Angular web application. In this tutorial, you’ll see how to get started with creating a web application using Angular, and you’ll also get to know components. Getting Started Get started by installing Angular CLI using the node package manager (npm). npm install -g @angular/cli Once you have the Angular CLI installed, create a...

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Newly Updated Course: Build a CMS With Laravel

What You’ll Be Creating Want to build your own content management system (CMS) in 2018? Learn exactly how it’s done in our comprehensive course Build a CMS With Laravel, freshly updated with brand new lessons to take advantage of the latest features of Laravel 5. What You’ll Learn Laravel is a PHP framework for modern web apps. Now on version 5, it’s a mature system that continues to win support due to its elegance and stability. Laravel ships with built-in support for database migrations, object-relational mapping, routing, and authentication, making it easier for developers to start and maintain their...

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Building Games With Python 3 and Pygame: Part 5

Overview This is part five of a five-part series of tutorials about making games with Python 3 and PyGame. In part four we detected collisions, responded to the ball hitting various game objects, and created a game menu with custom buttons.  In this last part, we’ll cover diverse topics such as the end game, managing lives and score, sound effects, music, and even a flexible special effects system. For dessert, we’ll discuss potential improvements and future directions. The End Game Eventually, the game has to end. In this version of Breakout, the game ends in one of two ways:...

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How to Code a Navigation Drawer for an Android App

What You’ll Be Creating The material design team at Google defines the functionality of a navigation drawer in Android as follows: The navigation drawer slides in from the left and contains the navigation destinations for your app. An example of a popular Android app that implements the navigation drawer is the Inbox app from Google, which uses a navigation drawer to navigate to different sections of the application. You can check it yourself by downloading the Inbox app from the Google Play store, if you don’t already have it on your device. The screenshot below shows Inbox with the navigation...

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