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You Can’t Disrupt the Print Book

We celebrate one of the most enduring technologies around - the print book!

Getting Started with DevOps

DevOps requires you to know many facets of people and technology. If you're interested in starting your journey into the world of DevOps, then take the time to know what you are getting yourself into, be ready to put in some work, and be ready to push out of your comfort zone

Reactive Programming in Swift

In this article we will learn how to use some of Swift's functional features to write more concise and expressive code using RxSwift, a reactive programming framework, to manage application state and concurrent tasks.

AngularJS: The Love Affair of the Decade

AngularJS changed web development; but it also changed Packt. Learn more about our love affair with AngularJS.

Building custom Heat resources

OpenStack Heat orchestration makes it easy to build templates for application deployment and auto-scaling. The built-in resource types offer access to many of the existing OpenStack services. However, you may need to integrate with an internal CMDB or service registry, or configure some other services outside of OpenStack as you launch your application. In this post I will explain how you can add your own custom Heat resources to extend Heat orchestration to meet your needs.

Angular 2 in the new world of web dev

With the release of Angular 2 drawing close, how can the popular framework deal with the changed web dev world?

Increase your productivity with IPython

Ipython is an alternative Python prompt, adding a lot of new features like autocompletion, easy history calls, code coloration, and much more. It is also the project that started developing the Ipython notebooks, now known as Jupyter notebooks.

OOCSS!

Object Oriented principles can help to make your CSS more maintainable. At the end of the day, it's what works for your team and for your personal taste. This article shows you one way to organize your CSS.

Getting started with the Jupyter notebook (part 1)

In this introduction, we will explore the main features of the Jupyter notebook and see why it can be such a poweful tool for anyone wanting to create beautiful interactive documents and educational resources.

Getting started with the Jupyter notebook (part 2)

In this second part of the introduction, we will go deeper in the capabilities of the notebook and the integration with other Python libraries.

Firebase and React

In this post we will explore creating a React application with a Firebase backend. We will take a look at how we can use Firebase as a Flux store to drive our UI.

How to structure your Sass for scalability using ITCSS

When approaching a large project with Sass, it can be tempting to dive right into code and start adding partials into a Sass folder, styling parts of your website or app, and completely forgetting about taking a moment to consider how you might structure your code and implement a strategy for expanding your codebase. Learn how to avoid making a mess of your code.

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