I've started a new video course recently to help people get started with TypeScript. It gets you through from the very basics to some advance topics. We'll see how to migrate an existing project to TypeScript, and finally, learn to configure Visual Code for a comfortable and productive workflow. Get started here.
The Web Share API enables native sharing on webpages. It provides access to various applicatins which allows sharing media
You’re browsing the web on your mobile phone or tablet and a banner appears on the top of the screen, urging you to install the site’s native app. This is the first time you ever visit this website, and so you decide not to install the app.
In this tutorial we're going to use #ReactJS to create a wonderful #Timeline Component. Also, we're going to use #CSS to add some magic 🎩on top to make it look beautiful!
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So how learning a pure functional lang improves the way you think in Typescript?
TypeScript has a steep learning curve, at least for me, for a front-end developer used to write without types sometimes I struggled to change my way of thinking to my code.
Disclaimer: this article assumes intermediate knowledge of both TypeScript and React. Concepts you should be familiar with include Higher Order Components and utility TypeScript types such as Pick<T, K> and Omit<T, K>. A few weeks ago at work, we were trying to use a
In the course of this article we’re developing a reactive datasource for the Angular Material library that’ll be reusable for many different paginated endpoints allowing you to configure search and sorting inputs on a per-instance basis. The final result is available on StackBlitz.
However, while many programmers have written guidelines on how to refactor code, guidelines on how to refactor coding tutorials are rare. So, in this article, I’ll share six opinionated tips on refactoring coding tutorials. I’ve used these techniques on my own tutorials to make them more reader-friendly.
Learn how to add authentication to a Flask and React microservice.
The Tree data structure is one of the most common and efficient form of storage to keep data easily accessible in a descending structure that looks like a pyramid. It is used in databases and all sorts of applications so you need to master it if you want to become a better programmer. Plus, it’s one of the most asked data structures in programming interviews.
The simplest framework to work with vanilla WebComponents.