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Deploy Node.js Apps with Heroku

Heroku’s deep Github integration make it incredibly easy and convenient to deploy the latest changes to your web app.

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A Better User Menu in Xenforo 2

The default user menu in ThemeHouse’s UI.X theme for Xenforo 2 looks very bad, but it is a simple CSS fix to make it look 10x more appealing.

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Become a better developer with the #301DaysOfCode challenge

It’s commonly known that it takes 10,000 hours to become an expert in any field. There’s no shortcut or easy way out, but you can fast track your progress by coding a little bit everyday.

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Installing LAMP (Web Server) on Linux

When hosting a website, you can choose between buying a cheap shared web-host, or you can choose to manage your own webserver which is what we will cover today on AdminTuts.

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A comprehensive review of the Bulma CSS framework

Bulma advertises itself as an open source CSS framework based on Flexbox and used by more than 100,000 developers, but I wanted to put it head to head with Bootstrap to see just what kind of value this new platform can offer.

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Installing and setting up Discourse on a Linux server

Discourse is an extremely powerful tool for server owners to get their community growing. Today, we’ll dive into setting up your very own install of Discourse.

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Programmatically checking Steam username availability

Sometimes you need to find an easy and reliable way to do something without resorting to using an official API for various reasons such as distributing an amateur-focused script or program.

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PermissionsEx for Dummies

Running a Minecraft server is a great experience! It is an opportunity to work on one’s leadership skills, while making money on the side. However, Minecraft servers are not all fun and games. They require more work than one might think. The heart of any Minecraft server is the permissions.

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