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Transcript Hey everyone Nic Raboy here we're going to take a look at validating forms within an angular web application so as you can see I do have my terminal up I also have the angular CLI installed and while you don't need the angular CLI installed to be successful with this project it will make things a lot easier so what we're going to do is we're going to create a new angular project I'm going to say ng new validate project and hit enter [...]

There are about 1 million results on Google for "React Tutorial", so needless to say it can be hard to find the right tutorial to spend your time with. And while I can't say these are the best tutorials ever written, they are definitely the ones that we used (or ended up writing ourselves) to become great React developers. SurviveJS: Become a React Master The SurviveJS guide to React is a great way to get up and running with React, helping you bu [...]

Elm is quickly becoming the alternative to writing code in JavaScript, which has, naturally, grabbed the attention of many React developers. Its benefits include: No runtime errors (!) Easy Refactoring Awesome debugging tools A helpful type system ...and more you can read about from Elm I think one of our developers puts it perfectly: Noah Muth: Elm is a great way to learn about the benefits of static types because the compiler actually repor [...]

If you’ve ever applied to work as a remote developer before, you may have wondered why you never heard anything in response. X-Team has a thorough vetting process we go through with each developer we meet, but most developers never make it past a simple 1-minute screening of their online presence. We can very quickly tell if someone is ready to be an effective remote developer, as a leader, communicator and champion of quality based on how they p [...]

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