The True Size Of ...
Drag and drop countries around the map to compare their relative size. Is Greenland really as big as all of Africa? You may be surprised at what you find! A great tool for educators.
geospatial  map  maps  geography 
4 days ago
Head for the Hills
Watch your email address make a run for it in this imaginative Pen from Adam Kuhn, built with Splitting.js.
cool  css  codepen 
7 days ago
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This Stanford CS Education document tries to summarize all the basic features of the C language. The coverage is pretty quick, so it is most appropriate as review or for someone with some programming background in another language. Topics include variables, int types, floating point types, promotion, truncation, operators, control structures (if, while, for), functions, value parameters, reference parameters, structs, pointers, arrays, the preprocessor, and the standard C library functions.
c  pdf  programming  reference  tutorial 
19 days ago
How to render modals in React – freeCodeCamp.org
Modals can be a tricky topic in React because of the way React structures the DOM.
reactjs  modals  javascript 
27 days ago
The best front-end hacking cheatsheets — all in one place.
It’s rather impossible to remember all the APIs by heart. This is when cheatsheets jump in! Here are the best front-end cheatsheets I’ve gathered.
cheatsheet  development  front-end  frontend  javascript 
4 weeks ago
Made with Code | Google
Girls start out with a love of science and technology, but lose it somewhere along the way. Let’s help encourage that passion in teen girls.
code  coding  google  programming  stem 
6 weeks ago
How to build up an intuition for recursion – freeCodeCamp.org
Recursion is one of the most intimidating topics that students face in programming. It’s hard to understand because the human brain is not capable of performing recursion — but computers are. This is exactly why recursion is such a powerful tool for programmers, but it also means that learning how to use it is exceedingly difficult. I want to help you build an intuition for recursion so you can use it to solve problems.
javascript  programming  recursion 
7 weeks ago
Welcome · Practical Cryptography for Developers
A modern practical book about cryptography for developers with code examples, covering core concepts like: hashes (like SHA-3 and BLAKE2), MAC codes (like HMAC and GMAC), key derivation functions (like Scrypt, Argon2), key agreement protocols (like DHKE, ECDH), symmetric ciphers (like AES and ChaCha20, cipher block modes, authenticated encryption, AEAD, AES-GCM, ChaCha20-Poly1305), asymmetric ciphers and public-key cryptosystems (RSA, ECC, ECIES), elliptic curve cryptography (ECC, secp256k1, curve25519), digital signatures (ECDSA and EdDSA), secure random numbers (PRNG, CSRNG) and quantum-safe cryptography, along with crypto libraries and developer tools, with a lots of code examples in Python and other languages.
cryptography  development  book 
8 weeks ago
Learn  |  web.dev
Explore our structured learning paths to discover everything you need to know about building for the modern web.
archive  performance  webdev  google 
9 weeks ago
THREAT MAP by LookingGlass
This real-time map shows actual data from our threat intelligence feeds including:

Cyveillance Infection Records Data Feed
Cyveillance Malicious URL Data Feed
Cyveillance Phishing URL Data Feed
info-assurance  security  malware  tracking 
9 weeks ago
How to write a killer Software Engineering résumé – freeCodeCamp.org
An in-depth analysis of the résumé that got me interviews at Google, Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft, Apple, and more.
career  jobs  resume 
10 weeks ago
nystudio107 | An Annotated webpack 4 Config for Frontend Web…
As web devel­op­ment becomes more com­plex, we need tool­ing to help us build mod­ern web­sites. Here’s a com­plete real-world pro­duc­tion exam­ple of a sophis­ti­cat­ed web­pack 4 config
build  dev  javascript  webpack 
10 weeks ago
Keyboard shortcuts in Windows - Windows Help
Keyboard shortcuts are keys or combinations of keys that provide an alternative way to do something that you’d typically do with a mouse.
keyboard  shortcuts  windows 
10 weeks ago
Human Terrain
Visualizing the world's population, in 3D.
maps  visualization  data  graphics  population  via:popular 
11 weeks ago
leonardomso/33-js-concepts: 📜 33 concepts every JavaScript developer should know.
This repository was created with the intention of helping developers master their concepts in JavaScript. It is not a requirement, but a guide for future studies.
bestpractices  javascript  js  programming  reference 
12 weeks ago
Building a Vagrant Box from Start to Finish
The goal of Vagrant is to make it so simple to create a local development environment, you’d never want to do it another way again. With two simple commands you can quickly setup your first vagrant environment and with a third command, be connected into your first vagrant box in under a few minutes.
box  examples  guide  howto  vagrant 
october 2018
Learn How To Build: Astronomy Picture Of The Day App with NASA API and React + Redux
We are using React for building the application UI, Axios for fetching data and Redux for managing our application state. Also, let’s not forget about Webpack which will compile it all down for our browser. Great workflow! Let’s jump in!
javascript  tutorial  reactjs  webpack  redux  axios 
october 2018
SOLID Principles every Developer Should Know – Bits and Pieces
As such, five guidelines were developed by Robert C. Martin. These five guidelines/principles made it easy for developers to create readable and maintainable programs.

These five principles were called the S.O.L.I.D principles (the acronym was derived by Michael Feathers).

S: Single Responsibility Principle
O: Open-Closed Principle
L: Liskov Substitution Principle
I: Interface Segregation Principle
D: Dependency Inversion Principle
oop  patterns  programming  solid 
october 2018
Negative Grid Lines - CSS { In Real Life }
Did you know you can use negative line numbers to position grid items with CSS Grid? I didn’t until recently – or rather, I hadn’t given it any thought, as I never felt like I needed to before.
css  grid  webdesign  layout 
october 2018
Control your Ring Spotlight with Alexa with Smart Things – Philip Nye
Just a quick post, but I’ve managed to get my Ring Spotlight cam light operated by my Alexa using a Custom Device type in my SmartThings hub.
ring  smart-home  smartthings 
october 2018
11 React UI Component Playgrounds for 2018 – Bits and Pieces
Useful online playgrounds and editors for your UI components
reactjs 
october 2018
Gluing Techniques: How to Make a Waterfall Corner Joint - Woodworking | Blog | Videos | Plans | How To
Waterfall joints are used on cabinets or tables to feature continuous grain flow around the corner joint. A waterfall corner is a miter joint that is cut in the board to maintain the grain pattern around the outside corner of a cabinet or table. Rob Johnstone demonstrates how to cut and assemble a waterfall corner joint. You’ll also learn a great tip for how to use hide glue and clamping cauls to clamp this joint securely.
diy  woodworking  tutorial 
october 2018
Learn the Fundamentals of Webpack v4 with core maintainer of Webpack, Sean Larkin
Learn the core concepts of Webpack 4 with Sean Larkin – maintainer of Webpack. You'll start entirely from scratch by adding webpack with npm and separate your dev and production environments. Then you'll learn to lazy load your JavaScript through code splitting, remove code you don't need through tree shaking, and control your entire build pipeline with popular loaders and plugins from the Webpack ecosystem. Be confident in building and shipping your code with Webpack – the open source bundler responsible for powering some of the most popular and high-performance web applications!

This course and others like it are available as part of our Frontend Masters video subscription.
javascript  tutorial  webpack 
september 2018
Summary of Webpack 4 Fundamentals by Sean Larkin (Part 1 of 4: Why Webpack?)
This is the first part of my summary of Sean Larkin’s “Webpack 4 Fundamentals” on FrontendMasters. (https://frontendmasters.com/courses/webpack-fundamentals/)
webpack 
september 2018
Towards understanding Linear Algebra — Part 1 – sho.jp – Medium
In this series “Towards understanding Linear Algebra”, I’m going to cover topics based on famous and excellent lectures by Dr. Gilbert Strang. It’s a very good lecture and I strongly advise you to watch all the videos. My purpose here is to provide you with enough details to understand the key concepts from his lectures so that you could gain the most out of it with the smallest amount of time.
math  linear_algebra  explainer 
september 2018
Byteconf
Free developer conferences for everyone, streamed on Twitch.
reactjs  conference  developer  streams 
september 2018
The Terrible Performance Cost Of CORS Request, on the single-page application (SPA).
The title may let you think that this post as another ranting post about the downside of “Single Page Application”, but this is more about throwing some light from the performance perspective to keep in mind while designing the SPA ,that consumes API from different domain services that most of the article or courses teaching you SPA doesn’t talk about.
cors  performance 
september 2018
Power of “keys” in React.js ⚛️ – Arwa Lokhandwala – Medium
Keys help React identify which items have changed, are added, or are removed
reactjs  explainer  articles 
september 2018
Using the React DevTools Profiler to Diagnose React App Performance Issues | Netlify
The latest version of the React DevTools (released on Aug 23) offers a powerful new tool to detect and diagnose performance issues in your React app: the new Profiler tab! This post describes how we recently used the Profiler to quickly diagnose and fix a known and long-standing performance issue in the clientside display of our server logs on app.netlify.com.
debugging  performance  reactjs  react  devtools 
september 2018
Cornell Lab Bird Cams
Created by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, the website allows you to click on live bird cams from all over the world, including one trained on a California condor chick watched over by biologists from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
birds  wildlife  webcam 
september 2018
Yeti 404 Page
Darin Senneff's animated yeti stumbles upon one of the scariest finds on the internet — the 404 page!
css  inspiration  404 
august 2018
Checklist for Writing Highly Reusable Components in React and Vue
There are so many best practices and advanced patterns — the problem is keeping track of them and keeping them in mind as you develop new components.
bestpractices  react  vue  advice 
august 2018
Versatile CSS-Only Ripple Effect
I created this ripple effect using only background-image, background-size, and background-position, which are all animateable properties.

This allows the effect to work directly on elements without any wrappers or pseudo-elements, and without js needing to kick off the animation.
css  animation  tutorial 
july 2018
Project House: A Simple Approach to Paneled Wainscot, Episode 1 - Fine Homebuilding
Built on a bench and finished with stock moldings, these panels don’t lose any points for style
diy  woodworking  home-design 
july 2018
Peek inside 35 cool Nebraska homes | Inspired Living | omaha.com
Some of our recent stories about home construction, renovations and design. 
home  home-design  inspiration 
july 2018
Shop-Made Shelf Standards | Woodsmith Tips
My latest cabinet project called for a number of adjustable shelves. Rather than using typical steel shelf standards, I decided to make my own hardwood versions for a custom appearance.
woodworking  diy  tips 
july 2018
Workshop Cabinets and Hanging Tool Chests
Just finished my Michael Pekovich Hanging Tool Cabinet - with some modifications.
Timber is Fijian Mahogany. Many firsts in this project - first dovetails, first turning, first raised panel doors.
diy  woodworking  inspiration 
july 2018
Graphs & paths: Dijkstra. – codeburst
In 1959, Edsger Dijkstra, determined that by calculating and recalculating distances on a graph, computers can find efficient paths. Which is great, because finding efficient paths leads travelers on better traveling experiences.

The concept of finding a shortest path, or something similar, is still used today in many mapping applications.
math  graphtheory 
june 2018
React — Composing Higher-Order Components (HOCs) – DailyJS – Medium
To put it simply, a higher-order component is a function, that takes a component and returns a new component. I like to think of them as parameterized components. Many times I find myself creating several components with very similar logic, with only 1 or 2 changes. Once I find a use case like this, it’s very simple to abstract the shared logic, and put the logic that changes into parameters.

You can read more about HOCs here, in the official React docs. Since components are just functions and HOCs are just functions that return other functions, we can use functional concepts to chain them using utilities methods such as compose, which is provided by many libraries (it's included in Redux!).

I’m going to talk about a few common use cases, then go over their implementation, and a few ways they can be composed together to make even more powerful HOCs!
higher-order-components  reactjs  javascript  example 
june 2018
12 Gluten-Free Beers That Actually Taste Good | Bon Appetit
Whether for diet or health concerns, giving up gluten used to mean missing out on the wildly flavorful new craft beers. The few gluten-free offerings available were bad copies of the real thing, like a tofu dog standing in for an all-beef frankfurter.
Now, brewers are tackling the challenge of creating beers that are low in gluten, high in flavor, making bitter IPAs, citrusy witbiers, and refreshing golden ales. They’re so good, you won’t know what you’re missing. Here are the 12 best gluten-free and gluten-reduced beers* available in America.
gluten-free  beer 
june 2018
8 React conditional rendering methods – LogRocket
If you want to iterate over a list to render more than one component or implement some conditional logic, you have to use pure Javascript. You don’t have a lot of options with looping either. Most of the time, map will cover your needs.

But conditional expressions?

That’s another story.
javascript  react  tutorial 
june 2018
React.js Boilerplate
Quick setup for new performance orientated, offline–first React.js applications
javascript  js  programming  react  template  boilerplate 
june 2018
COD: GOES16
This is our experimental GOES-EAST data viewer. This page, its features and contents are currently in a phase of rapid and active development. Nothing you see here is final, and is certainly open to suggestion from our users as we move forward. Our primary goal with this page is to try to make the most of what the new GOES-EAST satellite (GOES-R Series) can now offer. For the time being this means providing the full suite of data for every sector (minus a couple exceptions) at higher resolution than our operational page. With time, we plan on adding our "Mapping" and "Mesoscale Analysis" overlays and providing a markedly better mobile experience. We thank you for your support and patience during this process. Enjoy this wonderful new data!
weather  gis  data  map 
june 2018
JavaScript Event KeyCodes
press any key to get the javascript keycode reference
javascript  keyboard  reference  wesbos 
june 2018
Noun Project - Icons for Everything
Over a million curated icons, created by a global community
icons  design  graphics  icon  library  via:popular 
june 2018
React Widgets
react-widgets is a suite of high-quality input components built for React. Each component is built for ease of use, accessibility, and the practical needs of complex (or simple) forms. The work great with complex data structures and models, and in keeping with the React approach to form inputs, each component's props can easily be controlled or uncontrolled.
reactjs  lib  component 
june 2018
Free Open Source Podcast and RSS App built by GetStream.io
Winds 2.0 is a beautiful Open Source Podcast & RSS Reader created by Stream. Free desktop apps are available for OSx, Linux and Windows.
app  podcast  open-source  rss 
may 2018
Datamuse API
The Datamuse API is a word-finding query engine for developers. You can use it in your apps to find words that match a given set of constraints and that are likely in a given context. You can specify a wide variety of constraints on meaning, spelling, sound, and vocabulary in your queries, in any combination.

The API gives you programmatic access to most of the functionality of Datamuse's websites, including OneLook, RhymeZone, Rimar.io, and WikSearch.
api  javascript  development 
may 2018
Rebrandly API - Documentation
Rebrandly is the most complete and reliable management platform for your links. The easiest way to create, measure and share short URLs with a custom domain name.
api  javascript  development 
may 2018
Prop Drilling – kentcdodds
NOTE: This is a cross-post from my newsletter. I publish each email two weeks after it’s sent. Subscribe to get more content like this earlier right in your inbox! 💌 The goal of this post is to not…
reactjs  programming  explainer 
may 2018
How Tree Trunks Are Cut to Produce Wood With Different Appearances and Uses | ArchDaily
As wood is one of the most widely-used materials in the world, architects are accustomed to being able to easily obtain sawn wood at a nearby store. However, many of us know little about its manufacturing process and all the operations that determine its appearance, dimensions, and other important aspects of its performance.
wood  explainer  woodworking 
may 2018
A complete React with GraphQL Tutorial - RWieruch
In this tutorial, you will learn how to combine React with GraphQL in your application. There is no clever library such as Apollo Client or Relay involved to help you out in the beginning. Instead, you will perform GraphQL queries and mutations with plain HTTP requests. In a later tutorial, it’s planned to introduce Apollo as GraphQL client for your React.js application. But for now, this tutorial should should only show you how to use plain GraphQL in React. Yet you will start out without React to learn just about GraphQL in the first place.
graphql  javascript  reactjs  tutorial 
may 2018
Lessons from migrating a large codebase to React 16
We at Discord just launched our React 16 based app and wanted to share our experience and some tips we learned along the way.
reactjs  upgrade 
may 2018
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