Programming

WordPress for Non-Programmers: Introduction to the Web Development World

Nowadays, WordPress is the ultimate answer to the “How can I easily build a website?” search query. This article will guide you through the basics of site-building with WordPress and highlight how various WordPress-oriented services can make everything even easier.

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Introduction to WebAssembly: The Magic of Native Code in Web Apps

WebAssembly might have the potential to reshape the entire web development landscape — just like JavaScript when it was introduced back in 1995. In this article, we will explore what WebAssembly is, why is it groundbreaking, and how it can be used.

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Web Accessibility: Standards, Guidelines, Testing & Evaluation Tools

In this piece, we’ll address the critical importance of accessibility, the laws and regulations currently in practice, and the testing and evaluation tools you can use to make your job easier.

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React Hooks + RxJS or How React Is Meant to Be

In this article, we will explore how the RxJS and React combo allows for better readability and less boilerplate. Additionally, we will examine how they allow the the same functionality as the popular state management frameworks even though they aren't frameworks themselves.

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Web Developer Portfolio: The Definitive 2019 Guide with 15 Portfolio Examples

At some point in their career, every web developer asks themselves: “Well, what is the best time to create a portfolio?” Luckily, we have an answer: today. First, however, you’d need to research what a web developer should portfolio look like, how to create it, what information to include — and this article will teach you exactly that.

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Monthly Digest of the Most Popular JS Github Repositories

In the following blog post, we’ll cover the most popular GitHub JavaScript repositories as of July 2019.

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Are Coding Bootcamps Worth Your Time? Yes — with the Right Approach

Are coding bootcamps actually worth your time, money, and effort? In this article, we’ll address these questions and take a closer look at this problem from both sides — we’ll discuss the benefits, but we’ll also explore the pitfalls and problems you might encounter when attending bootcamps.

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Tech Blogging for Web Developers in 2019: Why? Which Platform? How to Start Your Own Tech Blog?

“Blogging” is a ubiquitous term in 2019 — every web developer is advised to start blogging for various reasons. In this article, we’ll explore 4 practical reasons why you should start your tech blog, then we’ll review the best tech blogging platforms of 2019 that will be suitable for you as a web developer, and teach you how to start your own tech blog with Jekyll and GitHub Pages.

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Operating Systems Showdown: Windows vs. macOS vs. Linux for Web Development

On the surface, all operating systems are equally capable of performing web dev-related tasks: after all, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript are universal and require no proprietary IDE. As we take a closer look, however, we start to see the intricacies of each OS (e.g. file structure and app support) and how they affect the development process. In this article, we will examine these intricacies and outline the pros and cons of each OS in the web development sphere.

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Sass vs. Less: Which CSS Preprocessor to Choose in 2019?

CSS preprocessor is a scripting superset of CSS that makes writing CSS code easier. Although these tools are similar, different web developers go for different options — and in this article, we’ll explore if Sass or Less is the best fit for you.

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