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Web Development

Using Markup Languages with Hugo

From Hugo in Action by Atishay Jain

Hugo supports a variety of markup languages for generating content. Markdown is the most popular amongst them and most widely used.

In this article we’ll create formatted posts using Markdown to fill up the content pages used in the website for Acme Corporation.

Free eBook: Back to Simple CSS

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Chapters selected by Ben Farrell

The Guide to Cryptography

From Real-World Cryptography by David Wong


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API Design Best Practices

From API Design Patterns by JJ Geewax


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What is API Security?

From API Security in Action by Neil Madden

This article covers the definition of an API and what it means for an API to be secure.

Refine your Testing Regimen

From Unit Testing: Principles, Patterns and Practices by Vladimir Khorikov


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Safe and Scalable APIs at Your Fingertips

From API Security in Action by Neil Madden


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The Shadow DOM

From Web Components in Action by Benjamin Farrell

This article covers:

• Component and Class Encapsulation
• How the Shadow DOM Protects Your Component’s DOM
• The Open and Closed Shadow DOM
• Shadow DOM Terminology: Shadow Root, Shadow Boundary, and Shadow Host
• Polyfilling With the Shady DOM

Mastering Typed Programming

From Programming with Types by Vlad Riscutia


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Testing, Testing

Six Questions for Edd Yerburgh, author of Testing Vue.js Applications

By Frances Lefkowitz

Edd Yerburgh is a JavaScript developer and Vue core team member. He’s the main author of the Vue Test Utils library and is passionate about open source tooling for testing component-based applications. He’s currently working as a software engineer at the BBC in London

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