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The Importance of Learning CSS
I know so many super-talented developers who share the same Achilles heel: CSS. Instead of trying to “outrun” CSS, this article explores why leaning in and going deeper can be a tremendous boon for your development life and your career.
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Gatsby is a React-based open-source framework with performance, scalability, and security built-in. The latest (v3) release brings some exquisite features to the table.
Libs, Tools & References
This package allows users to jump to local IDE code directly from the browser React component with just a simple click.
This tutorial provides JavaScript examples for each of the GoF patterns.
How often do you test your site on iOS Safari? Do you even know how?!
Error handling in JavaScript and TypeScript can be a “false friend” if you come from other programming languages with similar features. Be aware of the differences...
Uh, what’s @property? It’s a new CSS feature! It gives you superpowers. No joke, there is stuff that @property can do that unlocks things in CSS we’ve never been able to do before.
Angular Universal is an open-source project that extends the functionality of @angular/platform-server. The project makes server-side rendering possible in Angular. This article discusses the issues and possible solutions encountered while developing a real application with Angular Universal.
The React.useRef Hook is used for referencing DOM nodes and persisting a mutable value across rerenders. This is an interactive guide to useRef with real-world examples.
Let’s take a look at the Intl API, the ECMAScript Internationalisation API, and specifically Intl.DateTimeFormat which aids us with date and time functions.
For beginners
A CSS grid tutorial for beginners, discussing the various parts of the Grid Layout spec with lots of interactive examples via CodePen.
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