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How can you turn your MeanStack app into a Meteorjs App? Let's take a look!
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Sweet Autocomplete Tricks for AngularJS #MaterialDesign
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Behind the scenes with early designs for a #MaterialDesign Web App that I'm working on + some insight into the types of things that designers need to consider for UX that is created for a specific audience. PLUS Angular-Meteor and Angular 2.0 Resources 
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I'm designing a new app, and sharing 3 tips for your Material Design wireframes.
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How can you take the server side of your expressJS based, MeanStack app, and turn it into a Meteorjs App? I'm glad you asked!
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What is Meteorjs, and how does it compare to the MeanStack? Let's take a look!
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Bossable.com: AngularJS + Nodemailer Contact Form! We'll use our AngularJS #MaterialDesign contact form to gather data, collect that data in our AngularJS Controller, send that data to expressJS, and then use that data to send an outbound email!
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Here is an Intro to AngularJS #MaterialDesign Tabs, Forms & Toasts!
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In this video we'll deploy a production Mean Stack app to Microsoft Azure.
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Ever wondered how app design starts? I'll show you my approach to design, with my first sketches for a new project that I'm working on.
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BOSSABLE: App Design | Web Design & Development | JavaScript Frameworks | Mean Stack | NodeJS | AngularJS | MongoDB  | Women in Tech | 

For Absolute beginners, Hobby Coders and Experienced Developers.

So, how do we encourage more women to get into Tech?

This is a question that I hear at almost every meetup or startup event that I go to. To encourage more women to get into Tech, the women who are already in the industry need to make it easier and more inviting. So this is my attempt at doing just that. 

After living life as a designer and solution architect, I started to self-learn how to code in Dec 2013. I built and sold my first web-app in the first month. One of the first things I learnt about web development was that: with technology and languages adapting and changing all the time, there is little need to memorise code.

The hardest part of web development is not knowing where to start. The thing is, anyone can learn how to code.

Shristi from Bossable.com

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