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Canadians are furious with Dwyane Wade for practicing during their national anthem

Move over Sydney Leroux and Vince Carter, Canada has a new athlete to despise. Dwyane Wade has drawn the ire of Canadians after continuing his warmups through the singing of Canada’s national anthem before Game 3 of the Heat’s series with the Raptors.<p>Canadians were understandably upset.<p>Wade …

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Important: looking for your feedback, JSON Server survey, thanks🙏<p>Get a full fake REST API with <b>zero coding</b> in <b>less than 30 seconds</b> (seriously)<p>Created …

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The Bottle Opener Smaller Than a Quarter

PiCO is the smallest bottle opener we’ve ever seen. It’s smaller than a quarter, a bottle cap, a binder clip, a lighter, a piece of paper folded …

Bundling and Minifying an AngularJS Application with ASP.NET MVC

Bundling and minifying a website's scripts and stylesheets reduces page load time and asset size. Here's my project setup for bundling and minifying …

10 new web tools to add to your armoury

New year, new tools. That's what they say. Isn't it? Anyway, regardless of who says what, we've rounded up some of the niftiest web design tools that …

AT&T Introduces M2X To Ease Internet Of Things Development

The Internet of Things (IoT) is heralded as one of the biggest technological advances of our age. The idea that literally billions of devices and sensors will be connected to the network and that we’ll be able to derive meaningful and valuable insights from the data those devices transmit is an …

Getting started with AngularJS and ASP.NET MVC - Part Two

Articles in series:<p>Part One<br>• Part Two (this article)<br>• Part Three<p>In Part One, we got the ball rolling with a basic AngularJS/ASP.NET MVC application …