Friday Picks 027

Here are some reads I found this week: A Pattern For Cancelling Fetch API Requests - how to cancel fetch Create a user controlled dark or light mode - design accessible dark and light modes for your website Computer Architecture - Fall 2019 Course - free YouTube lectures from ETH Zürich Commit Message Driven Development - you might have heard of README Driven-Development, but what is Commit Message Driven Development?
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Here are some useful links for you: Colors And Fonts: a curated library for front-end developers and designers RxJS with React Hooks for state management: a beginner-friendly tutorial Barebones AWS Amplify + React + GraphQL App: get started quickly with this tutorial Building a payments system with React and Stripe: this tutorial shows you how to use Stripe in your React.js application React, Redux and JavaScript architecture: a post from 2018 that’s still helpful in understanding the basic concept of Reat.
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Learning Update End of October 2019

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An Example of Every Layout in CSS

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Every Layout In CSS

I’m trying to learn CSS. You might experience the same problem: you know CSS basics, but you can’t create a website with your fragmented skills. I found a resource that could help with that: Every Layout. The website teaches you basic CSS building blocks from which you can create your layout. That makes sense to me. I find it more logical than adding a lot of individual utility classes to CSS (like Tailwind.
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Learn CSS

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Friday Picks 015

Here are some things I’ve found useful this week or that I enjoyed: A web scraping guide for beginners, part 1 and part 2 A weird experiment: The Boost Your Coding Fu With VSCode and Vim Auditory Experience! An Audiobook? A Podcast?! Just Enough Erlang Truly reactive programming with Svelte 3.0 - this post shows what’s exciting about Svelte.js 4 Rules for Intuitive UX - the minimum to get you started - a must read!
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