“You will learn most things by looking, but reading gives understanding. Reading will make you free.” Paul Rand
Reading is essential, especially for developers. It helps you learn from other developers' good and bad experience. While you might be busy with your regular coding stuff find some time to read the following interesting stories by awesome developers on Hashnode.
I am sure you have heard about JAMstack a lot recently. Read this fantastic introduction to JAMstack by Bolaji, if you are wondering what it is.
If you are new to Rust, read this article. Understand the difference between process and thread, Ring model, Memory Virtualization, and more.
By Amrit Pandey
Is Go language worth your time? What can it do? Why is it so popular? Well, look no further than this article. Thanks, Amrit, for this writing this article. I am sure it'll be helpful to many developers in the future.
At Hashnode, we recently started putting together a test suite for Devblog. We tried multiple things and finally settled for Cypress. Read how it helped us write new tests faster and effectively.
By Ryan Marvin
Have you heard about tmux? It stands for terminal multiplexer. It provides access to several terminal sessions through a single window. Read more about its usage in this guide.
Read this beginner-friendly guide to building a simple TODO app using React's Hooks.
Brush up your knowledge about Class and Function-based programming by reading this beginner-friendly guide by Mohd Shad. It also covers the basics of Functional programming, Immutability, Higher-Order Function, and more.
What exactly is a junior developer, and how does the position differ from a mid-level or senior development gig? Hear it from an experienced developer.
By Per Borgen
Learn how to use CSS Grid and Flexbox in this article. Also, understand how they differ, and when you should use one over the other.
By Juni Brosas
Learn how to optimize and track the performance of your webpack project in this article. It also covers tips on improving the build time.
Those were some of the most popular articles on Hashnode from the past week. I hope you will find them useful. Please do motivate these authors to write better by sharing their articles on social media and hitting the appreciation emojis.
Have a successful week ahead. Cheers!🍺
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