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  • Email Applications
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  • iOS 8
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  • Windows
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  • WordPress
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  • Amazon Web Services
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  • News
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  • Web Development
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  • Android SDK
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    When building complex applications, you'll often want to reuse the same group of views in various places of the application. One way to solve this problem is by creating a view that encapsulates the logic and layout of a group of views so you can reuse them without duplicating code in various places of the project. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to use compound views to create custom views that are easily reusable.Read More…
  • Web Development
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  • WordPress
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  • Swift
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    In the previous tutorial, you created your first Swift project in Xcode, a simple to-do application. In this installment of Swift from Scratch, we're going to add the ability to create to-do items. Along the way, you will learn about actions, delegation, and properties.Read More…
  • PHP
    Diagnose WordPress Performance Problems With New RelicPreview
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