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  • Getting Started with AngularJS by Christine Moore

    Starting out with AngularJS

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    AngularJS, is the Javascript MVC framework created by Google, allowing developers to build properly architectured and maintainable web applications. It is incredibly powerful and bridges the gap between HTML and JavaScript like never before.

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  • Getting Picked on Codepen

    Getting Picked on Codepen

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    I was thrilled to find that one of my recent Codepens was picked and featured on the website’s homepage at codepen.io.

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  • Dead Presidents by Mike Brondbjerg

    The First Tunbridge Wells Developers Meetup

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    It’s been something that’s been talked about for a while, but on 3rd June we finally had our first Tunbridge Wells developers meet up in Sankey’s pub.

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  • Becoming a Fitstar

    Becoming a Fitstar

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    It’s fair to say that I’ve tried quite a few of the iPhone fitness apps on the market, Runkeeper, Nike+, MyFitnessPal, Sworkit Pro...the list goes on. Some of them are well designed, fun to use and effective, but the one thing they all have in common is that I haven’t found a place for them in my exercise routine long term. The only app that I have found I really enjoy using over a long term is Fitstar.

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  • Christine Moore Featured on Line 25's Sites of the Week

    Featured on Line 25's Sites of the Week

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    Designing and building my new website took a long time, and I was very determined to get it right, so I was absolutely thrilled to be listed on Line 25's Sites of the Week this week. My website was one of just five websites featured and it is great to see it being listed alongside some brilliant web designs.

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  • photography

    Starting out in Photography

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    I’ve recently started getting in to photography as it’s always been an interest of mine, after a very generous friend lent me an awesome DSLR camera with an excellent lens and all the other bits and bobs I could ever need, I’ve had my first opportunity at trying proper photography.

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  • design inspiration

    Design inspiration can be found anywhere

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    Whilst on a course in London I went for lunch at a lovely cafe in Waterloo station call benugo. I’m not writing this blog post to tell everyone how lovely my sandwich was (although it was - I had the Parisian), but because the paper it was wrapped in was so nice, I thought it deserved a quick blog post.

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  • typography

    The best resources for free web fonts

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    I’m one of those people who loves a bargain, and that love of bargains also includes resources for building beautiful websites. Why pay for fonts when there are so many fantastic free ones available? No matter what style or type you’re looking for, I’ll be amazed if you can’t find what you need on one of these websites:

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  • sass

    Reasons to use SASS instead of CSS

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    When I started using SASS I was certainly sceptical about using it, I had little knowledge of how it worked and what it actually did and didn’t really see how it would be any better than just using CSS. Now I’ve come to the point where I miss SASS when I am editing sites that simply use CSS, so it’s obviously won me over, and here are the reasons why:

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  • phone

    SEO for Mobile

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    Google and other search providers have had to make changes to the search results for searches on smartphones. It is all down to the fact that the numbers of users accessing the internet via smartphones and tablets is rising all the time, and the results offered in current searches may not deliver the best experience to mobile users.

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