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It works but I don't understand what the hell I did, I need to know if the "js", "css" properties is what the task looks for??? module.exports = function(grunt) { grunt.initConfig({ concat: { ...

It works but I don't understand what the hell I did, I need to know if the "js", "css" properties is what the task looks for??? module.exports = function(grunt) { grunt.initConfig({ concat: { ...

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I'm reading JSON from a third party URL. In that JSON data I found this timestamp starttime: 1522899000000 (on 4/5/2018 -> 5th April 2018)...I thought that it is Unix timestamp and tried to convert ...

I'm reading JSON from a third party URL. In that JSON data I found this timestamp starttime: 1522899000000 (on 4/5/2018 -> 5th April 2018)...I thought that it is Unix timestamp and tried to convert ...

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I'm working on a Wordpress blog design, and running into an issue with the entry-header. I would like my entry-header to be offset, going outside the bounds of it's container, yet scrolling with the ...

I'm working on a Wordpress blog design, and running into an issue with the entry-header. I would like my entry-header to be offset, going outside the bounds of it's container, yet scrolling with the ...

Polymer provides access to elements by id via this.$['foo']. However, I find that I am unable to access elements by id that are in nested templates. <template> <vaadin-dialog id="dialog"...

Polymer provides access to elements by id via this.$['foo']. However, I find that I am unable to access elements by id that are in nested templates. <template> <vaadin-dialog id="dialog"...

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