Must Read Developer Articles on Hashnode - #10
Here are the 20 must-read articles published last week by the amazing developers in the Hashnode community.
It's always good to go back to the basics. In this article, Jatin Rao lists down 10 HTML tags that we might have forgotten or haven't used recently.
Markdown is increasingly becoming popular among developers. It's supported on every developer website today including GitHub, Hashnode, and FreeCodeCamp. Here's a markdown cheatsheet by Sai Laasya Vabilisetty that might come handy to you when writing your next article.
Learn how to build draggable components in a React app with examples from awesome Victoria Lo.
Chrome extensions are one of the coolest tools created by the Chrome team at Google. In this article, Chris Bongers shares 10 Chrome extensions for developers 👀.
BEM CSS stands for Block Element Modifier, which is a CSS methodology to help you write maintainable CSS. In this article, Tina Holly explains how to use BEM for scalable and maintainable CSS.
While writing any industry level algorithm or code, it is essential to keep the complexity of the code in mind in order to make it scalable. In this article, Apoorv Tyagi shares how to improve the time complexity of your code.
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px takes into account the user's accessibility settings. Find out more about why you need to stop using pixels in CSS in this article by Chris Bongers.
Do you want to learn how to preload responsive images with image sizes and imagesrcset? Then this amazing article by Stefan Judis will guide you through the process.
Dan Norris shares his job search experience in this article. Learn how to stay organised, level up your digital footprint, and build an up-to-date portfolio for your next job.
In computer programming, a comment is a programmer-readable explanation or annotation in the source code of a computer program. In this article, Dharmen Shah shares diverse ways of writing comments, their usages, best practices, and more.
As a developer, you have quick-todos, reading-list lined up for the weekend, code snippets that can be reused, and a lot of times you have a JSON body you would like to debug later. Ashish Kumar Sahoo and Soumya Ranjan Bishi built a chrome extension called What note to make note-taking easier for you. Read more about this in this article.
A lot of developers want to share their knowledge and journey. However, most of them struggle with questions like what platform to use for my blog, what to write about, what tools to use, etc. In this article, Catalin Pit shares tips on how to start a blog as a developer.
Vamsi Rao recently came across an interesting pattern to render SVGs in an open-sourced project, and he shared it in this article.
Have you ever imagines what goes behind your screen when you run a computer program? Read about it in this article by Yuvraj Singh Jadon.
The #2Articles1Week writing challenge by Hashnode was designed to encourage writers to define their writing goals, understand writing standards, become consistent at writing, and build their career. Alyssa Holland successfully completed the challenge and shared what she learned in this article.🏅
In this article, Akshay Sushir shares a review of some of the latest and greatest features coming with ES2020.
Python is an incredibly versatile programming language; it has easy to understand syntax, and mastering it takes significantly less effort than many other languages out there. Despite this, most experienced python developers do not know simple tips and tricks, which can be really useful at times. Here's a list of neat tips and tricks which you must know in this article by Pratham Prasoon.
ES6 Symbols can be quite confusing. In this article, Tapas Adhikary explains ES6 Symbols in an easy to understand method.
We don't talk enough about web accessibility even if it's something important and essential for developers and organizations that want to create high-quality websites and tools, and not exclude some people from using it because the web should work for everyone. In this article, Laasri Nadia shares different tips and tools that will help you make your website accessible.
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Awesome list, can't believe I made it with 2 Articles this time!
I find it amazing how much great content is on Hashnode! Thank you everyone for writing such amazing, inspirational articles.
It is an honour to have my post in this list! Thank you so much!
Made it first time in this list 🤩, it feels so good to be among such great devs & writers.
Thanks for the mention!! :)