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​​Build live comments with sentiment analysis using Nest.js

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Interestingly, one of the most important areas of a blog post is the comment section. This plays an important role in the success of a post or an article, as it allows proper interaction and participation from readers. This makes it inevitable for every platform with a direct comments system to handle it in realtime.

In this post, we’ll build an application with a live comment feature. This will happen in realtime as …

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A Quick Roundup of Recent React Chatter

Like many, many others, I’m in the pool of leveling up my JavaScript skills and learning how to put React to use. That’s why Brad Frost resonated with me when he posted My Struggle to Learn React.”

As Brad does, he clearly outlines his struggles point-by-point:

  • I have invested enough time learning it
  • React and ES6 travel together
  • Syntax and conventions
  • Getting lost in this-land
  • I haven’t found sample projects or tutorials that match how i tend to work

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​Customize payment solutions with our enhanced platform

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Headless CMS: The Developers’ Best Friend

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Your current CMS sucks! You know that for some time already but have not decided yet what your next solution should be.

You’ve noticed all the buzz around headless CMS but you’re still not sure what is in it for you and how it can solve all your woes.

What is the difference between traditional on-premise CMS with REST API and true API-first cloud based CMS? How does headless CMS fit to your scenarios? …

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​Build live comments with sentiment analysis using Nest.js

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Interestingly, one of the most important areas of a blog post is the comment section. This plays an important role in the success of a post or an article, as it allows proper interaction and participation from readers. This makes it inevitable for every platform with a direct comments system to handle it in realtime.

In this post, we’ll build an application with a live comment feature. This will happen in realtime as …

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The Ultimate Guide to Headless CMS

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The World Has Changed—So Must the CMS

Having a responsive website is no longer enough. Your audience expects a seamless and personalized customer experience across all their devices—the age of headless technology is coming.

Headless CMS is the next generation in content management for brands that want to stay ahead of the curve by engaging customers through the growing number of channels.

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Locate and identify website visitors by IP address

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Big thanks to ipstack for sponsoring CSS-Tricks this week!

Have you ever had the need to know the general location of a visitor of your website? You can get that information, without having to explicitly ask for it, by the user’s IP address. You’re just going to need a API to give you that information, and that’s exactly what ipstack is.

Here’s me right now:

This works globally through an API that covers over …

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