Friday Picks 077

Read more →

Friday Picks 071

Read more →

Friday Picks 064

Here are some resources for you: Testing React Apps: a guide for testing React applications with the Jest framework How to Code in Go: free ebook for learning Go How to get started with the 11ty (Eleventy) Blog Starter: a tutorial on using Eleventy and Sanity.io (a content management system) Your First Tailwind Website: a YouTube video on using TailWind CSS Node Auth Tutorial (JWT): a video series on authentication with Node.
Read more →

Friday Picks 062

Read more →

Friday Picks 061

Read more →

Friday Picks 054

Read more →

TIL About background-blend-mode

Read more →

Learning Some CSS

Read more →

Colt Steele Runs a Free Coding Bootcamp on YouTube

Read more →

Learning Resource: Resilient Web Design

Read more →

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?
Read more →

Friday Picks 026

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.
Read more →

Friday Picks 023

Read more →

Learning Update End of October 2019

Read more →

An Example of Every Layout in CSS

Read more →

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.
Read more →

Friday Picks 022

Read more →

Learn CSS

Read more →

Friday Picks 021

Read more →

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!
Read more →

Friday Picks 011

Read more →

Friday Picks 006

Read more →

CSS Is Hard

Every time I create a frontend project, I realize that CSS is hard. Especially layout (flexbox or grid). I’m glad that we have flexbox now and do not need to float and clearfix anymore. But still, things never work as I expected. Sure, I have a basic knowledge of CSS. At one point I even dabbled in Sass when it was fresh and exciting and all the cool kids were learning it.
Read more →