freeCodeCamp.org's open-source codebase and curriculum. Learn to code for free.Project mention: 7 Useful Projects on Github for Web Developers | dev.to | 2021-09-04
When I started freelancing back in 2019 my tech focus was on web development using the Angular framework. But for my first freelancing project I choose a Vue.js project and I stayed there for about two years. I chose this project because I already had professional experience with Angular and some experience with React as I used it for my portfolio website and two React Native apps that I developed and published. I wanted to see how it compares to Angular and React. After this project, beginning from January to September 2021 I worked in a React project as I wanted to gain some professional experience with the library.
Run Linux Software Faster and Safer than Linux with Unikernels.
There are multiple good libraries that have good comments like lodash, React, Angular.
Promise based HTTP client for the browser and node.jsProject mention: Beautiful Hackernews UI: Working with Hackernews API in Python (Django) | dev.to | 2021-09-25
You're misreading. It's not a single package. It's any variety of packages, that happen to be done with using boxstarter/ a specific version of chocolatey. See it happening to nodejs, as an example. This was a really big thing at the time, and it's like everyone just forgot.
> The biggest piece is minimizing your dependencies, and limiting them to ones that value backwards compatibility
Three.js, of the most popular JS libraries, has the explicit policy of ignoring backward compatibility.
I find it not only irresponsible but arguably mean to other devs time and lives but apparently I'm in the minority. Every time I have to spend an afternoon or evening updating stuff instead of doing something new or visiting friends etc I silently curse the devs
Material-UI is a simple and customizable component library to build faster, beautiful, and more accessible React applications. Follow your own design system, or start with Material Design.Project mention: Material-UI is now MUI | dev.to | 2021-09-18
Moved from https://material-ui.com to https://mui.com a very easy to type and find a domain.
:white_check_mark: The Node.js best practices list (September 2021)Project mention: Do user-based edge cases (ie declined credit card), warrant throwing/catching error objects in Node apps? | reddit.com/r/node | 2021-09-25
Node.js Best Practices List on Github
Because React Native for Web is a React website, you can use front-end tools to build and run it. For example, you can build it with Webpack or Rollup instead of Metro bundler.
:atom: The hackable text editorProject mention: Useful VSCode Extensions | dev.to | 2021-09-24
Simple HTML5 Charts using the <canvas> tagProject mention: showdev: Serverless IoT Dashboard | dev.to | 2021-09-23
View on GitHub
Fast, unopinionated, minimalist web framework for node.Project mention: TIL: How to set security headers for Gatsby Develop | dev.to | 2021-09-25
There might come a time that you want to run your Gatsby app with security headers in development. To do this, you can utilize advanced proxying. Gatsby has a way to expose the Express.js development server it uses to run the app whenever you use gatsby develop. This way you can add Express middleware.
A professional front-end template for building fast, robust, and adaptable web apps or sites.Project mention: Pollen – A library of CSS variables inspired by TailwindCSS | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-09-04
- The sizes are just multipliers. If you are standardizing on a value multiplier, use that multiplier (calc) and stick to a standard default instead of defining each step. So, my `medium` and `large` may be multiplied by a golden ratio number instead of just a multiplication. So, I'd would used `--size-normal`, `--size-medium` or `--size-large` etc but the medium and large will be derived from normal with a formula. Same for width.
Nonetheless, and despite my opinion, this is a good starter. I'm going to steal this and refine my own style.
What I think is you can do well in React if you understand JS concepts well. I am no expert but I have been studying JS concepts from here: https://github.com/leonardomso/33-js-concepts
This reminds me of Meteor.js from back in the day (2014?), which had a very similar approach—you wrote code that ran on both the frontend and the backend, and database updates were propagated automatically. It suffered from a pretty hard reliance on Mongodb and its own package manager (Atmosphere), and it was at odds with the rest of the JS ecosystem which was settling on NPM.
This project looks very cool! I like the focus on composition, Meteor was lacking that (and really, most other frameworks do as well).
⚡ Serverless Framework – Build web, mobile and IoT applications with serverless architectures using AWS Lambda, Azure Functions, Google CloudFunctions & more! –Project mention: Best NodeJS Framework for Serverless Lambda Stuff | reddit.com/r/node | 2021-09-16
It varies based on which cloud you are uploading to. In my case I use serverless for AWS lambda functions, it has tons of features and has tons of other cloud services available. In the case of Google and Firebase I think their own libraries are pretty good and the docs are way more complete and robust
Prettier is an opinionated code formatter.Project mention: Setup ESLINT and PRETTIER in React app | dev.to | 2021-09-25
Prettier is an opinionated code formatter which is compatible with most of the languages. It saves a lot of time. It quickly indents our code on save (depends on VSCode/editor settings).
|22||Previous Serverless Version 0.5.x||40,787|
Are you hiring? Post a new remote job listing for free.