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Tutorial: GitHub Traffic Analytics with Cloud Functions and Cloud Foundry

In a new solution tutorial, I show you how to automatically retrieve and store GitHub traffic data the serverless way with IBM Cloud Functions and Db2. The data can then be analyzed via a Web app deployed to Cloud Foundry on IBM Cloud. The app is secured with App ID using OpenID Connect. The new service Dynamic Dashboard Embedded provides visualization of the views and clones of GitHub repositories.

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How to customize your mobilized website using Zuznow

Zuznow provides an automatic mobile adaptation platform that adapts even the most complex Web applications to mobile apps. Using the Zuznow platform, one can fully preserve the original application’s user experience, content, functionality, and business logic.

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Natural language analysis of Bowie personas

As for many of us, David Bowie's sudden passing took me by surprise. So, I turned to digital design and development as a way of remembering him. For the past couple of months, I’ve been tinkering on a Bluemix app called ‘Ziggy’ that works to showcase the psychology behind Bowie’s personas, using Watson Personality Insights.

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Use pure CSS to create “sticky” footers on a web page

Sticky footers are landing developers in, well, sticky situations. We'll teach you how to make the footer of your web page stay at the bottom—even if the page's content area is shorter than the user's browser window.

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Origins of Soccer Superstars – a Copa America Data Study

Starting today, millions of people will be absorbed by the games of the 100th edition of Copa America. Copa America is a 100 year old soccer tournament traditionally played by the South American Football Confederation. We immerse ourselves in the spectacle, and sometimes don’t think about the geography of the nations, or the lives and struggles of the players who run out and thrill us on the pitch. What would a little code and data reveal about the players' origins?

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