Kinsta

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Huge thanks to Kinsta for sponsoring CSS-Tricks this week! We’re big fans of WordPress around here, and know some of you out there are too. So this might come of interest: Kinsta is WordPress hosting that runs on Google Cloud Platform. And in fact, it’s officially recommended by Google Cloud for fully-managed WordPress hosting.
What does that matter? Well, when you go with a cloud host you’re entering a new realm of reliability. For …
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Wufoo and Worldpay

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Huge thanks to Wufoo for sponsoring CSS-Tricks this week! Like it says in the sidebar on this very site, we’ve been using Wufoo for literally over a decade. It’s the easiest and most powerful way to build web forms on the web.
Here’s something brand new from the Wufoo team: now in addition to payment providers like PayPal and Stripe, you can choose Worldpay.

This will be a huge upgrade for international users, …
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Link: https://ad.doubleclick.net/ddm/clk/303181152;128762502;s

BigCommerce Sponsored Post

Huge thanks to BigCommerce for sponsoring CSS-Tricks this week!
Here’s the basics: BigCommerce is a hosted eCommerce platform. In just a few minutes, anybody can build their own online store. From a personal perspective, I’d suggest to any of my friends and family to go this route. CMS-powered websites are complicated enough, let alone feature-packed eCommerce websites. Please go with a solution that does it all for you so your site will look and work great and you can focus …
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Static File Hosting Doesn’t Have To Be So… Static

A huge high-five and welcome to Netlify for the sponsorship this week.
If you haven’t heard of Netlify, the big thing you should know is that it’s web hosting, but more than that. It’s web hosting with the developer workflow squarely at heart. You can spin up a site on Netlify in literally seconds. One way is through their robust CLI. Another way, that I find very comfortable (and just did the other day), is to log into the Netlify …
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​The future of data collection is here

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Who said collecting data was easy? JotForm did. In today’s world, getting relevant data has never been more important for making informed business decisions. The thing is, companies still struggle with it because the forms they use for gathering information don’t typically resonate with their customers. Until now that is. With JotForm’s newest format, JotForm Cards, your online forms have all the same power of traditional forms, but with added benefits: they’re friendlier, sleeker, …
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Link: https://www.jotform.com/

The revolutionary project management tool

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monday.com is a project management tool your team will actually enjoy using. It makes it fun and easy for everyone to collaborate, focus on what’s important, and get more done at work. It’s a visual project management tool that’ll help you and your team collaborate and achieve more together.
With monday.com you can manage projects and tasks in a single board, move through the timeline visually and intuitively and communicate with your teammates in …
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Link: https://monday.com/mb/status-video-task/

Incapsula Web Application Firewall (Sponsored)

When I speak with people who have interviewed for front-end jobs at cryptocurrency exchanges, they always tell me how surprised they are that a majority of the interview questions are security-centric.  Basic front-end security practices are fair game for all front-end developer interviews but anything in the financial sector, especially cryptocurrency, is going to test […]
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Link: https://davidwalsh.name/incapsula-blockchain-finance

Exchange Rates and Currency Conversion with fixer.io (Sponsored)

My most stressful tasks as a coder have always revolved around money.  Whether you’re coding a site for a client, your own business, or your employer, you want to be damn sure that any handling of currency is accurate, secure, and localized.  We always want our code to work but when someone’s livelihood or employment […]
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Link: https://davidwalsh.name/exchange-rates-currency-conversion-fixerio

​Deliver exceptional customer experiences in your product

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​Pendo delivers the only complete platform for product teams that helps companies create great products. The Pendo Product Experience Platform enables product teams to understand product usage, collect user feedback, measure NPS, assist users in their apps and promote new features in product – all without requiring any engineering resources. This unique combination of capabilities is all built on a common infrastructure of product data and results in improved customer satisfaction, reduced churn, and …
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Building a NodeJS App with MongoDB Atlas and AWS Elastic Container Service – Part 2 (Sponsored)

It’s that time of year again! This post is part of our Road to AWS re:Invent 2017 blog series. In the weeks leading up to AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas this November, we’ll be posting about a number of topics related to running MongoDB in the public cloud. See all posts here. In my last […]
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