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With hundreds of articles published on Hashnode every week, here are 20 must-read articles published by amazing authors worldwide.
In this blog post, Victoria Lo introduced the Progressive Web Apps, how to build one with React, and deploy them on Github Pages. She also explained how to fetch/post data from an API and implement React Router to navigate between pages.
How to learn (not memorize) any algorithm or data structure. Analysis of 20 problem-solving techniques you must know
In this article, Your DevOps Guy shared a dive deep into 20 problem-solving techniques, with code samples, big O analysis, top mistakes to avoid, and high-level strategy to help you prepare for your next interview.
Are you tired of facing
commit related issues? Then this article by Chris Bongers is for you. In this article, he explained how to make a bash script that you can run at the end of your day to loop through your project directory and tell you if you have unstaged changes or forgot to commit something.
In this article, Skay explained the core concepts of Webpack in a practical easy to follow manner by highlighting how to set up a webpack configuration file from scratch and what each of the configurations, such as entry point, CSS, loaders, plugins mean.
In the past three months, Pratham Prasoon worked with a team of 4 people to design a curriculum to help 300 middle schoolers who had little to no experience with programming start their coding journey. He shared what he learned from this process in this article.
Finding your first developer job is a difficult task. It is challenging because of the number of candidates you are competing with and the job descriptions' high requirements. In this article, Catalin Pit shared diverse ways to help you stand out as a developer in your job search.
Over a year of working remotely; These are the top things that I have learned about thriving as a remote worker
Working remotely can be a blessing or a curse. How much you can make out of it will depend on your approach. Many people have recently been pushed to work from home without the necessary preparation or the right mindset. Wilson Reyes Collado, who has been working from home for over a year, shared insightful tips on making working from home a blessing.
Have you ever heard of the Kotlin Multiplatform? Well, it is a new cross-platform solution similar to Flutter and ReactNative. Please read this article by Sébastien Lorber to find out more about it.
Code snippets are one of the essential tools used daily by Alyssa Holland to speed up her development process. In this article, she shares 10 VS Code snippets that are worth trying out.
Firebase is a fully managed backend service. It consists of many cool services like Data Storage/Database, File Storage, Authentication, Push notification Service, Analytics, etc. In this article, Ivy-Walobwa explained how to connect a Flutter app to Firebase.
DNS(Domain Name System) is a decentralized naming system that converts domain names(such as nlogn.in) to its corresponding IP addresses. Mayank Joshi demystified DNS and how it does DNS lookup work in this article.
Visual Studio Code is one of the most popular IDEs used by developers. Its features include support for debugging, Git and GitHub integrated, intelligent code completion (Intellisense), syntax highlighting, and others, making it one of easiest code editors to use. To further enhance your experience while using VS Code, here are a couple of themes you can try in this article by Divine Philip.
In this article, Helen Anderson highlighted some changes you can make in how you think about your projects, teammates, and approach to your work that will make a big difference.
This is the last article in Tapas Adhikary JAMstack for all series. In this final section, he addressed if JAMstack is truly serverless and how to make use of the JAMstack concept in enterprise applications which are complex.
A lot of websites these days are providing users with the option of Dark Mode. This is getting increasingly popular. But it could sometimes be a challenge for the devs, at least for the existing applications which were not designed considering the dark mode in mind. In this article, Mridul Ganga shares different ways to implement dark mode on a website.
Did you know that there are over 20 million software developers in the world? There are loads of studies that have shown that your tech career can be advanced tremendously if you network with other developers. In this article, Norman Nuthu shares why networking is important for developers and the lessons from self-taught career figures.
In this article, Igor Silveira shares the masterplan you may have been looking for to scale as a software developer. It is an interesting read.
Have you ever been frustrated at using Global State in React? Then learn how to eliminate the need for a global state in React by using SWR in this insightful article by Chris Short.
The old days of the web were fun! Do you remember the HTML Tag? It made its content blink! Even though the tag is no longer supported by most modern browsers, you can still add it with CSS. Find out more in this article by An.
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