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    Mercurial Tips

    While most of the world seems to be using git for version control, Mozilla continues to use Mercurial (hg) to manage the Firefox source code. As a git and GitHub lover, it took me a while to get used to Mercurial. I...

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    Checkout the Last Public Revision with Mercurial

    I've always preferred git over Mercurial (hg) because the feature branch workflow makes organizing code and working off of master very easy. You don't get that with vanilla mercurial -- instead, commits can just sort of apply on top of each other, without much organization.

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    Wix Is Challenging You to an SEO Battle for $25K

    This year Wix launched a series of advanced SEO tools for Wix users to optimize their site pages for search engines and social media platforms. These tools include custom meta tags, canonical URLs, 301 redirects, structured data and rapid loading.So what’s the deal?To put their...

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    Convert Video to Grayscale

    I'm a JavaScript fanatic but I've always been fascinated with media manipulation. Maybe it's because I've secretly always wanted to be a designer, but I'm fine with being able to manipulate art with software instead of create the art myself. One type of art I've always...

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    7 Useful JavaScript Tricks

    Just like every other programming language, JavaScript has dozens of tricks to accomplish both easy and difficult tasks. Some tricks are widely known while others are enough to blow your mind. Let's have a look at seven JavaScript tricks you can start using today!Get...

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    Adding Search to Your Site with JavaScript

    Static website generators like Gatsby and Jekyll are popular because they allow the creation of complex, templated pages that can be hosted anywhere. But the awesome simplicity of website generators is also limiting. Search is particularly hard. How do you allow users to search...

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    I Don’t Hate Arrow Functions

    TL;DRArrow functions are fine for certain usages, but they have so many variations that they need to be carefully controlled to not break down the readability of the code.While arrow functions clearly have a ubiquitous community consensus (though not unanimous support!), it turns out there's a...

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    Write Your First Service Worker in 5 Minutes

    What is a service worker?A service worker is a little file that will allow you to cache files and other assets on a user's machine. How is this different from server-side caching? Because the assets are stored on a user's machine, rather than a server...

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    Building a Landing Page Fast Using the Visual Composer Website Builder

    What if it were possible to build a landing page from top to bottom, including a header and a footer, and do so without any need for writing code?And even if it was possible, could you reasonably expect to do so as easily and quickly as...

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    Using Slack Slash Commands to Send Data from Slack into Google Sheets

    Since I work from home, most of my daily work interactions happen through Slack. It’s my equivalent to the water cooler. A place to hang out and discuss ideas with friends.I’m part of a book recommendations channel. People share books all the time, but they disappear...