Score an extra 20% off these gadgets with this Black Friday sale

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Whether you are looking for an upgrade or searching for a gift, Black Friday is always a good time to go shopping for new tech. Finding the best discounts can be a challenge, so we decided to do the hard work for you. Here are 15 of the best gadget deals you will find anywhere, now with an extra 20% off when you use the Black Friday coupon code BFSAVE20.

iPM 3-in-1 Apple Watch, iPhone & AirPods Wireless Charging Dock 

Perfect for Apple fans, this classy charging dock has space for an iPhone, an Apple Watch and AirPods. It has a small enough footprint to live on your nightstand, and the upright design means you can check your phone easily throughout the night.

MSRP: $119.99

Sale Price: $44.99

Price with BFSAVE20 code: $35.99

3-in-1 Apple Watch, AirPods & iPhone Charger

This nifty cable can also charge an iPhone, an Apple Watch and AirPods at the same time. The 3.9-foot cable plugs into any USB power source and splits into three, providing two Lightning connectors and a wireless charger. 

MSRP: $34.99

Sale Price: $14.99

Price with BFSAVE20 code: $11.99

10-Ft. MFi-Certified Braided Lightning Cable Packs

These Apple-approved Lightning cables provide better reach while your iPhone is charging. The braided outer shell is much more durable than Apple’s plastic sheath and much less prone to becoming tangled. In this three-pack, each cable is just $4.

MSRP: $89.99

Sale Price: $15

Price with BFSAVE20 code: $12

TREBLAB Z2 Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headphones

With neodymium-backed 40mm drivers and T-Quiet noise cancellation, the TREBLAB Z2 headphones provide a great listening experience. Read the rest

1Password is offering an exclusive 50 percent off deal for readers of The Verge

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If you’re always forgetting your passwords, or losing the piece of paper you’ve written them on, it may be time to switch to a password manager. A password manager is a great way to keep your accounts secure. It can create strong passwords for you, store them securely, and automatically log you into sites and apps, so you don’t have to go searching for your passwords.

1Password, a password manager that we recommend, is offering an exclusive Black Friday deal for readers of The Verge. Today only, you can save 50 percent off of your first year of 1Password. An individual account normally costs $2.99 per month, so with the deal, the monthly cost will come down to $1.50.

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Today’s the deadline for registering your drone in the UK

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From tomorrow, November 30th, it will be illegal to fly a drone weighing over 250g in the UK without being registered, reports BBC News. That makes today the deadline for registration.

In order to do so, you’ll need to head over to this page on the Civil Aviation Authority’s (CAA) website where you can register for an operator ID (if you’re responsible for a drone) and flyer ID (to fly drones). You must be at least 13-years old for a flyer ID, and pass a 20-question multiple choice test. The pass mark is 16, and you can repeat the 20-minute test as many times as needed. You have to be at least 18 for an operator ID which costs £9 annually. Failure to register risks a £1,000 fine.

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Introduction to Redux

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Role of Redux

The whole point with Redux is to have one single source of truth for your application state. The state is stored as a plain Javascript object in one place: the Redux Store. The state object is read-only. If you want to change the state, you need to emit an Action, which is a plain JavaScript object.

Your application can subscribe to get notified when the store has changed. When Redux is used with React, it is the React components that get notified when state changes and can re-render based on new content in the store.

All Things ASP.NET Core and MVC: Tutorials and Articles

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C# for the win

 ASP.NET Framework vs Core

React Native Plant App UI #2: Implementing Custom Components

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This tutorial is the second part of our React Native Plant App tutorial series. In the previous part, we successfully set up the overall project structure, navigations, constants, and implemented image caching. 

These app templates allow us to implement our own apps and even start our own startups. And, this second part is also the continuation of coding implementations and designs from the Youtube video tutorial by React UI Kit for the Plant App. The video tutorial delivers the coding implementation of the overall app very thoroughly. This tutorial series is the implementation of the same coding style and designs in the form of the article. Thus, the learners can go through each step and take their time understanding the implementations.

How to Build a Serverless App With Vue, Azure Functions and FaunaDB Part 2

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Go serverless with Azure

This article is the second part of our three-part series on building a serverless application with Vue.js, Azure functions, and FaunaDB. In this section, we’ll focus on building out Azure functions to work with our application’s database. 

Azure Functions

Azure Functions are hosted on the Azure public cloud. With it, you can build small computing units called “Functions,” host them on this cloud, and trigger them based on a variety of event triggers, such as: HTTP Trigger and a new message arriving to Azure Service Bus Queue.

CRUD Operations Using ASP.NET Web API, MongoDB, and Angular 8

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MongoDB is a NoSQL, free, open source, high-performance, and cross-platform document-oriented database. MongoDB was developed by the 10gen company that is now called MongoDB Inc. MongoDB is written in C++ and stores data in a flexible, JSON-like format with a dynamic schema. In my previous articles on MongoDB, I have explained some basic functions of MongoDB, including insertupdate, and delete operations.


Top Tools for AngularJS development

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Developers have many options to build a website. With time, experts have enhanced the web development process and made it easier and faster for the developers. Many frameworks and their tools have been introduced in the market. Among them, to develop a dynamic web page, AngularJS has become a top choice for the developers, as it offers simple syntax and a clean architect with extensive features of HTML 5.

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Flutter Webview URL Listeners

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If you are new to Flutter development and want to learn how to use WebView, handle various WebView operations, and open native application pages from WebView, here are some tips for you.

What Is WebView?

If developers want to show any web page or website or load a URL inside an application, a WebView can be displayed without the help of any browser, so, basically, it displays the content of web pages directly inside the application.

The Differences Between XML and HTML

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Nesting matters in XML

In this article, we first explain XML terminology and concepts by reviewing a simple example. Next, we discuss the differences between HTML and XML programming. Along the way, you will learn essential tips for working with XML, so if you are coming from a web design background, you will find our practical tips and advice very helpful.

What Is XML?

XML is essentially an agreement among people to store and share textual data using standard methods. XML stands for eXtensible Markup Language, while XSL stands for eXtensible Stylesheet Language. Below is an example of a simple XML code.

Get Started With a Web Components Grid in 5 Minutes

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Smart HTML elements is a lightweight and easy to use web components framework. It is built using CSS, HTML, and Javascript. It enables cross-browser compatible web applications with custom elements used in web components. It contains more than 30 UI components and has a user interface that works on mobile and on PCs. It is native and does not have any dependencies and works with any framework like Angular, React, and Vue.js.

This article explains Smart HTML Grid and its features. The Grid component can be easily integrated into web pages. It has many features like filtering, sorting, pagination, etc.

A Dynamic Task Scheduler for ASP.NET Core

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There are many task schedulers for ASP.NET. Two of the more famous ones are Quartz.NET and Hangfire. Both of these are amazing tools, and I have personally used Hangfire myself with great success. But, they both suffer from a lack of flexibility and/or complexity in usage. 

Quartz.NET suffers from an overly complex API, based upon configuration files, in a difficult to understand format, giving you no syntax highlighting or AutoComplete when you declare your tasks. In addition, the amount of code required to actually create a simple task sometimes feels staggeringly large and unnecessarily complex. The fact that it was "ported" from Java shows as you try to learn its API.

How to Setup Tailwind CSS With Parcel Bundler

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Hi all, this is Adi. Today, I wanted to share with you my experience in setting up Tailwind CSS with Parcel Bundler. if this interests you, continue reading.

I am a long time fan of Bootstrap since version 2. I have used it for nearly all my projects. Bootstrap 4 introduced many new utility classes that have made my life a little easier and my markup more readable. But lately, I have been hearing so much about the brand new CSS framework named Tailwind CSS. I am quite confident that you might have heard about it as well. So, I decided to give it a try. I read through their documentation, and it was as though it was made for me… this framework is so generic, it will feel the same for anyone.

This portable duster blows traditional canned air devices away

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Canned air is a big help in dusting tight spaces, particularly keyboards, shelves or servers. But the first thing you should know about canned air is that it’s not air at all. More likely, what’s blowing out of that bottle is fluorocarbons or other mildly toxic substances.

Luckily, there’s an easy alternative: The X3 Hurricane Variable Speed Canless Air Duster.

Like canned air, this system is compact enough to tackle all your tight workspaces. And it’s just as quiet, with a trigger that lets you control the power level – ideal for busy offices where you don’t want your cleaning routine to disturb your workmates.

The big difference is that its motor uses the ambient air instead of some “canned” substitute, blowing it efficiently at up to 260 mph or more. Best of all, it’s rechargeable and reusable, which a big advantage over canned air both environmentally and economically.

Speaking of economical, the X3 Hurricane Variable Speed Canless Air Duster is now on sale for almost 25% off the MSRP. And now, you can take an extra 20% off that final price by using the Black Friday discount code BFSAVE20.

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