What Is New In Bootstrap 4

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Let’s take a look at what is new in Bootstrap 4, which continues to be the most popular front end framework available. This free software under MIT license has over 800 contributors, 40 releases, and over 15,000 commits on github. In fact, it is the most “starred” project on the social coding website with over 100,000 thousand stars! It’s fair to say this framework has been a runaway success and is put in use all over the web.…

Bootstrap Modal Form Examples

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In this article, we’ll take a look at some Bootstrap Modal Form Examples. One of the most common use cases you see around the web is that of the Login Modal, logging in via a form inside a modal. There must be something to it if the practice is so common. In fact you’ll note that Facebook is one of the most egregious users of the modal sign up window, in which they trigger a modal which takes up about 90% of the entire screen’s real estate if you are not logged in.…

Laravel String Helpers

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In addition to all of the common functionality we’ve come to know and love in Laravel such as routing, mail, file storage, middleware, authentication, and more, Laravel also provides some pretty cool helper functions to make common tasks easier. In this episode we’ll take a look at some of the string helpers that are included with Laravel and test them out to see how they work.…

VueJS Subnet Calculator

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In this Vue.js tutorial, we’ll create a new Vue.js powered application that is a little more ambitious than what we have covered so far. Here, we will build an Internet Protocol version 4 javascript subnet calculator. The subnet calculator accepts an IP address as well as a subnet mask. From these two inputs, the application dynamically calculates the Network Address, the First Host, the Last Host, the Broadcast Address, the Total Hosts, and more.…

How To Quickly Test PHP Snippets

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Have you ever wanted to quickly test small PHP snippets of code, but you became bogged down in opening up your favorite IDE, preparing a simple test.php file, loading it in the browser, etc.? Sometimes, all you want to do is quickly test some logic. Perhaps you’re even just browsing some of the example snippets at the PHP online manual, and thought it might be nice to just quickly run these examples and see them in action.…