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Here are some of the best blog posts on Hashnode published by excellent developers in the community last week.
Are you a new or aspiring developer? Here are 5 unique pieces of advice that will help you become a better developer by James Q Quick
There's tons of effort and things that go into good web design — from user experience, typography choices, layout, and more. But did you know that illustration is also an incredibly effective way to engage your visitors and add a human touch to their overall experience? In this article Ankit Kumar Sharma shares seven best illustrations resources for you to use in your next project.
In this article, Victoria Lo explains what dangerouslySetInnerHTML is in React and how to use it safely.
There are so many popular Git commands, but I bet you don't know some of the Git commands in this article by Ephraim Atta-Duncan. Read it to find out some Git commands you didn't know.
In this post, Blaine Garrett dives into some basics and ultimately demonstrates how to generate a list of available hardware devices for a User.
Are you confused with the title😅? Do you also stay away from regular expressions or use google while solving regex problems? Well, that will change after reading this article by Sai Laasya Vabilisetty
In this article, Marko Denic shares fantastic CSS tips and tricks you won't see in most tutorials.
Are you unhappy with your current job? Has your career stopped at some point, and you have no idea what to do next? Or you need some fresh air, a new job, but are afraid to change? In this post, Andras Bacsai summarizes the process of finding his first remote job, the steps he took, and the mistakes he made.
With paid articles, you can build a significant side income or even do it full-time. In this article, Catalin Pit shares the path to getting paid to write articles.
Git fixup is a handy git feature that you can use to keep your project commit history clean. In this article, Nemanja Vasić demystifies git fixup.
In this article, Sabarish Rajamohan explains what ngrok is, why a developer should need it, and how to install, configure, and use 2ngrok.
It takes a long time for a new CSS feature or improvement to progress from an initial draft to a fully-supported and stable CSS feature that developers can use. In this article, Adrian Bece explains the future of CSS.
Golang has quickly become an industry standard for creating and maintaining high scale web services. It has an inbuilt package net/http to create an HTTP server. This package reduces the barrier of creating the server. In this article, Umesh Yadav will help get your first HTTP server up and running in golang with bare minimum code.
Making applications for the web is a lot of fun. Sadly, there is always a risk that bad actors will abuse them. Either using them too much or using them for nefarious means. In this post, Kevin Cunningham will look at one strategy you can employ to ensure your Express API doesn't get abused.
Life a rollercoaster ride, acknowledging that mental ups and downs are a part of life is the very first step. A healthy mind can achieve Everything in life. In this article, Ayushi Rawat shares 25 things you can do to optimize your mental and physical health to ensure that you remain at your best long into your career and personal stability.
Remember all those who kept saying that once you learn one programming/scripting language, then it's not too difficult to learn another one? Well, they were telling the truth. In this article, Andrew Baisden shares what he realised after learning Python, TypeScript, and Kotlin
In this article, Skay explains what Git Hooks are, why using Git Hooks is beneficial, and some practical examples of using them for development.
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