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Do you want to run AB tests? But are not sure how to get started or what it costs to run them? Then this article is for you, as you’ll learn what exactly AB testing is, why it’s important, and how you can easily run AB experiments for your websites without massive marketing budgets. What


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Do you have the problem where Google Analytics is showing not provided for the search term results? Have you wondered if there is a way to fix this?


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If you rely on Instagram for referral traffic and look at your google analytics account, you may not see a lot of Instagram referral traffic because of the way the Instagram app redirects traffic.


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Not writing tests, inconsistent code style, keeping commented code in commits or never branching. These are some of the cardinal sins of web development.


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Learn how easy it is to mock and skip validation requests in Laravel with Mockery, and understand what makes a test a “unit” test versus just a test.


No visitor to your website wants to spend more than a few seconds waiting for your site to load. Even with the most engaging content, if your Wordpress website isn’t performing optimally, converting visitors to customers will be difficult.


NativeScript is a framework to build mobile iOS and Android applications with JavaScript. It’s free to use and has a Vue.js starter kit to get you going fast. In this tutorial, I will walk you through getting started with NativeScript + Vue using the guide and focusing on building a sample iOS app with a starter template.


In this tutorial, I will show you how to build a static site with VuePress and the Netlify CMS. If you are not familiar with VuePress, it’s a static site generator built on top of Vue by Evan You (founder of Vue). Unlike Nuxt.js, the primary focus for VuePress is to build static sites with a fairly opinionated structure which takes care of a lot of the setup work. Netlify, a modern platform for static sites, has a CMS to manage static sites which makes it easy for anyone to manage the content via an editor.


Welcome to the second post in the weekly to bi-weekly series on creating basic components for your Vue.js project. In this tutorial, I will build a basic drop down menu for editing a profile. Using functional CSS, this time with TachyonCss and some Vue.js transitions, you can build the basis for a simple dropdown in no time! (Code available at the bottom of this post)


In this tutorial you’ll learn how easy it is to build the beginnings of a simple reusable tooltip component. I’ll cover basic topics like component templating, props, slots, transition with utility based CSS courtesy of Tailwind CSS. This tutorial is targetted towards beginner to intermediate developers who have used Vue.js and are comfortable with CSS.