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Promises From Scratch In A Post-Apocalyptic Future
In this installment of Low Level JavaScript we build a Promise implementation from scratch in order to understand exactly how asynchronous abstractions can be built on top of lower level primitives like callbacks.
fridayfrontend  video  javascript  promises  howto  tutorials 
yesterday by spaceninja
Oh Shit, Git!?!
Git is hard: screwing up is easy, and figuring out how to fix your mistakes is fucking impossible. Git documentation has this chicken and egg problem where you can't search for how to get yourself out of a mess, unless you already know the name of the thing you need to know about in order to fix your problem.

So here are some bad situations I've gotten myself into, and how I eventually got myself out of them in plain english.
git  reference  howto 
yesterday by spaceninja
Git from Beginner to Advanced - MadeByMike
Getting comfortable with Git took me a long time. I thought I'd write a quick guide that assumes no prior knowledge, along with some of my favourite tips and tricks.
git  github  howto 
yesterday by spaceninja
DM Advice
- Your players are not information vacuums. They are in fact, more like information seives. You can tell them a thousand things and they will forget 999 of them. The trick is not to be mad at the things they missed but to then focus on the things they remember.
rpgs  games  dnd  advice  howto 
29 days ago by spaceninja
How to Build Your Resume on npm
Just yesterday, Ali Churcher shared a neat way to make a resume using a CSS Grid layout. Let’s build off that a bit by creating a template that we can spin up whenever we want using the command line. The cool thing about that is that you’ll be able to run it with just one command.
fridayfrontend  howto  javascript  npm  resumes  json  node  cli 
6 weeks ago by spaceninja
Create a React app from scratch with Webpack and Babel • Sentinel Stand
This article will guide you through the process of creating a React app from scratch. It is meant for developers who want a better understanding of how tools like Babel, Webpack, DevServer, React, loaders, and presets make up a modern React app. We’ll try to understand how they all fit together by incrementally piecing together an application.
react  javascript  webpack  babel  buildyourown  tutorials  howto 
6 weeks ago by spaceninja
14 Beneficial Tips to Write Cleaner Code in React Apps – JSManifest
Writing clean code is something that becomes mandatory at some point in your career especially while you're trying to obtain your first developer job. It's essentially what makes you a team player and can either break or make your success from a job interview. How you write code is one of the things they want to look at before making the hiring decision. Your code should be understandable by humans and not just by a machine.
javascript  react  bestpractices  tips  howto 
7 weeks ago by spaceninja
Use a screen reader to evaluate a website
Great article, especially for the "Normal Screen Reader Behavior" section
fridayfrontend  accessibility  screenreaders  howto  testing  cssbasics 
8 weeks ago by spaceninja
Using the Voiceover screen reader to test for accessibility from @marcysutton on @eggheadio
Did you know every Mac comes with a fantastic screen reader built-in? Learn the basics for operating Voiceover with Safari, including common key commands, the web rotor, and the help menu. We'll also set up keyboard tabbing in Safari and OSX's System Preferences, two requirements for accessibility testing that occasionally trip up users. In a future lesson, we'll compare Voiceover to Windows screen readers, since they work quite differently.
video  training  learning  voiceover  accessibility  howto 
8 weeks ago by spaceninja
How to Build Your First Vue.js Package and Publish on NPM
We'll learn how to make our own plugin for Vue.js, and distribute it on NPM for everyone to use.
javascript  vue  node  npm  howto  tutorials 
9 weeks ago by spaceninja
Writing a Simple MVC App in Plain JavaScript – Tania Rascia
I wanted to write a simple application in plain JavaScript using the model-view-controller architectural pattern. So I did, and here it is. Hopefully it helps you understand MVC, as it's a difficult concept to wrap your head around when you're first starting out.
javascript  mvc  vanilla  todo  tutorials  howto  projects 
9 weeks ago by spaceninja
Handling Errors in JavaScript: The Definitive Guide
This article will be structured in 3 parts, first we will have a look at Errors in general. After that we will focus on the backend (Node.js + Express.js) and finally we’ll see how to deal with Errors in React.js. I chose those frameworks, because they are by far the most popular at the moment, but you should be able to apply your new found knowledge to other frameworks easily!
javascript  errors  node  express  react  try  catch  finally  async  tutorials  howto  projects 
9 weeks ago by spaceninja
Unit Testing in Vue: Your First Test | Vue Mastery
In the previous article, we explored why to do unit testing in Vue.js and what you should and shouldn’t test. In this article, we are going to write our first unit tests. I’m going to make assumptions here that you have written a Vue application before and that you have the Vue CLI installed. In this section we are going to create a new Vue application using the Vue CLI, write some components, and write some tests for them. We will do all of this before ever actually running npm run serve.
javascript  vue  components  testing  jest  howto  tutorials  projects 
9 weeks ago by spaceninja
Unit Testing in Vue: What to Test? | Vue Mastery
Every developer knows that they should be writing tests, but in reality, many of us don’t do it at all or we aren’t doing enough of it. The problem isn’t the lack of tools, it’s that we don’t have a clear understanding of what these tools are meant to do. In this article, I am going to give you a beginner’s blueprint for what you should be testing in your Vue.js applications as well as the tools you will need to do so.
javascript  vue  testing  howto  tutorials  projects 
9 weeks ago by spaceninja
Knowing What To Test - Vue Component Unit Testing - Vue.js Developers
In this article, I'll share with you some guidelines I use for unit testing components that ensure I don't spend forever writing tests but provide enough coverage to keep me out of trouble.
javascript  vue  jest  testing  components  howto  tutorials  projects 
9 weeks ago by spaceninja
An Introduction to TDD with Vue.js | frontstuff
TDD makes all this easier. Instead of writing tests by examining all bits and pieces of a finished project and trying to guess what you should cover, you’re doing the opposite. You’re starting from actual specs, a list of things that the component should do, without caring about how it does it. This way, you’re ensuring that all you test is the public API, but you’re also guaranteeing you don’t forget anything.
tdd  testing  javascript  vue  jest  howto  tutorials  projects 
9 weeks ago by spaceninja
How to visually test VueJS apps using and Applitools [step-by-step tutorial] - Applitools Blog
In my previous blog post, we explored how easy it is to troubleshoot and fix React bugs fast using React JS,, and Applitools. In this article, I’ll walk you through a complete, step-by-step guide of how to visually test a Vue JS app with and Applitools.
javascript  vue  testing  cypress  applitools  howto  tutorials  projects 
9 weeks ago by spaceninja
Mastering testing with Vue.js by testing a real application and setting up CI/CD
We are going to use a real application, hacker news clone, built by Evan, I simply forked it since I don’t want changes to it breaking this article, here is the forked version. At the time of writing this article, there are no tests in this project, and that’s good for us to learn how to write tests, we are also going to create a CI/CD (mostly CI) pipeline with CircleCI so tests will run automatically for any change in our git repository.
javascript  vue  testing  jest  howto  tutorials  projects  testcafe  ci  circleci 
9 weeks ago by spaceninja
Building an Animal Adoption Site with Node and Vue - Part 1
Today we're going to build an application that showcases animals that are available for adoption! This will be a two part blog series, so in this portion we'll just learn how to setup our application and get some mock data flowing from the backend to the frontend. Let's get started!
javascript  api  node  vue  howto  tutorials  projects 
9 weeks ago by spaceninja
Use Eleventy To Generate A Ghost Blog
What if I could source a Ghost blog from the Ghost Content API and then generate a static blog, all inside of Eleventy?
javascript  api  ghost  static  jamstack  eleventy  howto  tutorials  projects 
9 weeks ago by spaceninja
Build a Server Side Nuxt.js App With Vuetify, Axios and Vuex part 1
Nuxt.js is a server side rendered (SSR) application with Vue.js. In this video I show you a tutorial on how to use Vue.js with Nuxtjs to create a simple iTunes search engine. We'll use axios, Vuex and Vuetify to make things easier for ourselves. In this video I'll describe how to install Nuxt, how to use plugins and how to run the app.
javascript  vue  nuxt  vuetify  axios  vuex  api  howto  tutorials  projects 
9 weeks ago by spaceninja
Creating A Spotify-Powered App Using Nuxt.js
With Spotify, machine learning and social media has gone musical. With their app, your friends can check out what you’re jamming to. What if the rest of the Internet could experience your algo-rhythm, too? In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to compose your own application to share what you’re listening to on Spotify using Vue.js and Nuxt.
javascript  vue  nuxt  howto  tutorials  projects  spotify  api 
9 weeks ago by spaceninja
Build a state management system with vanilla JavaScript
How do these libraries work though? What would it take to write one ourselves? Turns out, it’s pretty straightforward and there’s an opportunity to learn some really common patterns and also learn about some useful modern APIs that are available to us.
javascript  vanilla  redux  vuex  state  mobx  howto  tutorials  buildyourown 
9 weeks ago by spaceninja
Understanding client side routing by implementing a router in Vanilla JS – Will Taylor Blog
We will start by taking a look at what client side routing is. Next, we will build a simple application with basic client side routing in Vanilla JS. Finally, we will think about the more advanced features that we usually see in client side routing packages, and implement one of them ourselves - parameterised routes.
javascript  vanilla  react  vue  angular  routing  routers  howto  tutorials  buildyourown 
9 weeks ago by spaceninja
iPad Lettering For Beginners - How To Use Procreate
This is the ULTIMATE guide to getting started with writing beautiful letters on the iPad with the Apple Pencil and Procreate. 
lettering  calligraphy  howto  tutorials  ipad  procreate 
9 weeks ago by spaceninja
How To Get Started With The Foundational Hand
In this post, I will be sharing my knowledge and experiences with the Foundational Hand. We shall discuss everything necessary about the basics of a beautiful calligraphy script.
calligraphy  lettering  howto  tutorials 
9 weeks ago by spaceninja
TypeScript — Tips & Tricks
More and less known ways to improve your TypeScript code
typescript  javascript  advice  tips  howto 
july 2019 by spaceninja
Five tips I wish I knew when I started with Typescript
(Disclaimer: opinionated article) I have now been working with Typescript for a year on an important codebase for I can tell you it has been a very pleasant experience and I am very much convinced Typescript is worth adopting when you work with many developers on the same codebase. So if you think Typescript could help you, I will give you some advice I wish I knew when I started working with this tool.
typescript  javascript  advice  tips  howto 
july 2019 by spaceninja
What I wish I knew when I started to work with React.js
After its initial release on May 29, 2013, React.js has taken over the internet. It’s not a secret that myself and many other developers owe their success to this amazing framework. With Medium so full of React.js tutorials, I wish one of them told me these tips when I started.
react  javascript  tips  howto  bestpractices 
may 2019 by spaceninja
How to make a beautiful, tiny npm package and publish it
An npm module only requires a package.json file with name and version properties.
javascript  npm  howto 
march 2019 by spaceninja
A beginner’s guide to tabletop wargaming
Want to get away from the screen and paint some minis? Here’s how.
minis  games  howto  painting 
january 2019 by spaceninja
Simple recommendations for writing text descriptions that make a big difference
The trick to providing the right text description is knowing the purpose of the image. Ask yourself why the image is present on the page: does it provide useful information, perform a function, provide a label for an interactive element, add to the aesthetics of the page, or is it purely decorative?
fridayfrontend  cssbasics  accessibility  alt  descriptions  howto 
november 2018 by spaceninja
Simple and Easy Mentorship with a Mentoring Agreement
Read on to learn how a mentoring agreement can help you streamline the mentor-mentee relationship, making communications more efficient, and setting the – sometimes hidden – expectations on both sides of the deal.
mentoring  mentors  contracts  culture  howto 
november 2018 by spaceninja
How to Connect to an API with JavaScript
We’re going to make a very simple web app with plain JavaScript that will retrieve information from an API and display it on the page. There will be no server, dependencies, build tools, or anything else to further muddy the waters on an already difficult and confusing topic for beginners.
javascript  ajax  api  howto  tutorials 
october 2018 by spaceninja
Unit Test Your First Vue.js Component
In Build Your First Vue.js Component we made a star rating component. We’ve covered many fundamental concepts to help you create more complex Vue.js components. Yet, there’s one crucial point you need to build bulletproof components you can use in production: unit testing.
vue  javascript  components  testing  howto  tutorials  projects  jest 
october 2018 by spaceninja
What nobody tells you about documentation
There is a secret that needs to be understood in order to write good software documentation: there isn’t one thing called documentation, there are four. They are: tutorials, how-to guides, explanation and technical reference. They represent four different purposes or functions, and require four different approaches to their creation. Understanding the implications of this will help improve most software documentation - often immensely.
writing  documentation  tutorials  howto  explanations  reference  tech  teaching 
october 2018 by spaceninja
How to become a public speaker in 1 year
In 2012, I gave myself a goal: become an experienced product designer with management and leadership skills within five years. I was a junior designer at the time, and saw other designers moving ahead of me because of their superior communication skills. To become a better communicator (and ultimately a better designer), I knew I needed to up my speaking game.
speaking  howto  conferences  writing  slides 
september 2018 by spaceninja
How to Write an Open Source JavaScript Library from @kentcdodds on @eggheadio
Publishing a JavaScript library for public use requires some extra steps. You need to think about how people will use the library. From end users, to contributors your library now has a variety of people outside of yourself potentially making use of the code that you've released into the wild.

From Github and npm, to releasing beta versions, semantic versioning, code coverage, continuous integration, and providing your library with a solid set of unit tests, there are a ton of things to learn.
javascript  npm  node  git  github  opensource  howto  tests  library 
september 2018 by spaceninja
How To Choose Your D&D Character Class
“What Dungeons and Dragons class should I play?” is the kind of question you could answer with a cursory quiz, but that would be a mistake. You owe it to yourself—and to your D&D dungeon master—to think holistically about character class, maybe the most important choice you’ll make in a D&D game. Picking the right class can mean the difference between a character you love and a character you cannot wait to bury in a pile of rocks. To have the best time playing D&D, we’ve made a guide to get you picking which class is right for you.
rpgs  dnd  characters  class  howto 
september 2018 by spaceninja
3 Teenagers on How to Quit Social Media
Given the magnitude of this status quo, it takes a particular kind of courage to chart a different path. What’s it like to be young and offline? I asked three teenagers who don’t use social media about why they made that decision, how they stuck to it and what impact it’s had on their lives.
social  instagram  facebook  snapchat  howto  teenagers  parenting 
april 2018 by spaceninja
Building a Great D&D Character
This article doesn't describe how to build the most powerful character or the most unique character. Instead, we look at how to build one that brings out the most fun of the game.
dnd  rpgs  characters  howto 
april 2018 by spaceninja
Flight Rules for Git
Flight Rules are the hard-earned body of knowledge recorded in manuals that list, step-by-step, what to do if X occurs, and why. Essentially, they are extremely detailed, scenario-specific standard operating procedures.
git  github  flightrules  reference  tips  howto  guide 
february 2018 by spaceninja
The JavaScript Learning Landscape in 2018
Like a lot of people, though, I’m intimidated by the current JavaScript landscape. With the constant influx of new tools, techniques, and frameworks, it’s hard to figure out where and what to start learning. Still, I need to start somewhere. So I thought a review of learning resources and tools would be a good first step.
fridayfrontend  javascript  learning  howto  resources 
february 2018 by spaceninja
Ignoring Whitespace in Beanstalk Diffs
To enable this feature, click the Settings button on any diff page and check the “Ignore whitespace changes” checkbox.
beanstalk  git  diffs  whitespace  howto 
february 2018 by spaceninja
Ignoring Whitespace in GitHub Diffs
Ever have someone push a commit that involves a lot of real changes mixed in with a bunch of less-meaningful whitespace? Add ?w=1 to the URL to see the diff with whitespace ignored.
github  whitespace  diffs  howto  git 
february 2018 by spaceninja
Comic Script Basics
As a letterer, I see a lot of scripts from a lot of different writers. Above all else, simplicity and specificity are what make for the best form. Often the editor and letterer have to comb through a malformed script and tidy it up before the next step in the creative process. Common mistakes are probably the result of not seeing other writers' form; a lot of comics freelancers tend to work in a vacuum. Comics scripts share their roots with playwriting/screenwriting, but have some specific differences, as you'll see.
writing  comics  scripts  reference  howto 
february 2018 by spaceninja
Adobe Illustrator: Quick and simple method for drawing bezier curves
My method for using the bezier tools in Adobe Illustrator is extremely fast and it produces the least amount of anchor points possible. Using less points reduces file sizes when exported to SVG. It also produces smoother curves because it relies on mathematical nature of Illustrator's cubic curves. OH YEAH... AND IT'S MUCH EASIER.
adobe  illustrator  video  howto  bezier  pen  curves  vector 
february 2018 by spaceninja
The Google Analytics Setup I Use on Every Site I Build
This article is sort of a culmination of everything I’ve learned over the past three years, and it’s aimed specifically at web developers. Since this article is a bit on the long side, I’ve broken it up into several distinct topics, so you can read it in parts and more easily reference something later.
analytics  google  howto  javascript  performance  pagespeed 
february 2018 by spaceninja
The How-To Geek Guide to Cleaning Your LCD Monitor Screen
Whether you’re trying to get the dust off your monitor or your kid’s fingerprints off your gorgeous new HDTV set, removing dust, dirt, and oil from the plethora of screens around you requires the right tools and the right touch. Read on as we show you how to safely clean your expensive screens.
lcd  monitors  cleaning  howto 
february 2018 by spaceninja
How Tower Cranes Erect Themselves
fascinating video showing how tower cranes lift themselves up so they can insert new segments.
cranes  howto 
february 2018 by spaceninja
An Open Source Etiquette Guidebook
This post was written to guide people as best as possible on how to keep these communications running smoothly. Here’s a bullet point list of etiquette in open source to help you have a more enjoyable time in the community and contribute to making it a better place.
opensource  etiquette  culture  howto 
january 2018 by spaceninja
Small Tweaks That Can Make a Huge Impact on Your Website's Accessibility
For a beginner, accessibility can be daunting. With all of the best intentions in the world, the learning curve to developing compliant, fully accessible websites and apps is huge. It's also hard to find the right advice, because it's an ever-changing and increasingly crowded landscape.
fridayfrontend  accessibility  howto  advice 
january 2018 by spaceninja
How to Spend the First 10 Minutes of Your Day
“Mise-en-place is the religion of all good line cooks,” Bourdain wrote in his runaway bestseller Kitchen Confidential. “As a cook, your station, and its condition, its state of readiness, is an extension of your nervous system… The universe is in order when your station is set…”
mise-en-place  process  howto  productivity 
january 2018 by spaceninja
Chemistry of Cast Iron Seasoning: A Science-Based How-To
I wanted to understand the chemistry behind seasoning so I’d know how to fix this, but there is nothing that addresses this issue directly. A Web page on cast iron posted by someone similarly obsessed with the science gave me two crucial clues, the phrases “polymerized fat” and “drying oil”. From there I was able to find the relevant scientific literature and put the pieces together.
castiron  cooking  seasoning  howto 
december 2017 by spaceninja
Pragmatic Accessibility: A How-To Guide for Teams
This talk will explain how to effectively review a site for accessibility and how to build accessibility considerations into your team process so each team member knows their role, and has the appropriate training material. The goal is for attendees to walk away with an actionable process which they can immediately use to assess and improve their products' accessibility and overall user experience.
fridayfrontend  accessibility  teams  howto  video 
november 2017 by spaceninja
Ignore Whitespace in GitLab Diffs
If you click the Hide whitespace changes button, you can see the diff without whitespace changes (if there are any). This is also working when on a specific commit page.
git  gitlab  whitespace  diffs  howto 
may 2017 by spaceninja
Hey designers, if you only know one thing about JavaScript, this is what I would recommend
"This is the thing I want you to learn: When you click on some element, change a class on some element."
fridayfrontend  video  javascript  class  howto 
december 2016 by spaceninja
Oh, shit, git!
"Git is hard: screwing up is easy, and figuring out how to fix your mistakes is fucking impossible. Git documentation has this chicken and egg problem where you can't search for how to get yourself out of a mess, unless you already know the name of the thing you need to know about in order to fix your problem. So here are some bad situations I've gotten myself into, and how I eventually got myself out of them in plain english."
fridayfrontend  git  cheatsheet  reference  howto 
september 2016 by spaceninja
Handling loot as DM in DnD 5e? : DnD
5th Edition D&D is a lot less structured on the loot side, because unlike prior editions, the players don't need magic equipment to survive and succeed, so giving them a billion coins to buy things with is a bit ridiculous. Old versions of the playtest suggested a rule of thumb akin to "25gp per character level per adventuring day" without being too helpful about individual creatures. A later version did include some random loot tables, however, which I used to make my treasure generator here (also linked in the Resource List in the sidebar).
rpgs  dnd  5e  loot  treasure  howto 
august 2016 by spaceninja
Building Encounters in 5th Edition Dungeons and Dragons: Sly Flourish
The following guidelines aim to help dungeon masters running the 5th edition of Dungeons & Dragons build combat encounters quickly and easily. This article begins with a set of quick encounter building guidelines and then get into the design considerations later in this article.
dnd  rpgs  5e  encounters  howto 
august 2016 by spaceninja
Challenge Ratings in D&D 5e
So how do you build encounters that aren’t that straightforward? Well, you spend an XP budget. The XP value of the monsters is like a price to use them in an encounter, and that’s truly what you need to be looking at to know if your encounter is balanced.
dnd  5e  encounters  howto  challengerating  challenge  rpgs 
august 2016 by spaceninja
A Practical Guide to SVGs on the web
"Techniques you can use to prepare, implement, and work with SVGs on the web."
svg  design  images  howto  reference  icons  logos  fridayfrontend 
june 2016 by spaceninja
How to undo (almost) anything with Git
"In this post, I'm going to take a look at some common scenarios where you might want to "undo" a change you've made and the best way to do it using Git."
git  github  undo  revert  amend  reset  reflog  howto  fridayfrontend 
june 2016 by spaceninja
How to Design a Better Pitch Deck
Make it leg­i­ble.
Make it sim­ple.
Make it ob­vi­ous.
slides  presentation  howto 
february 2016 by spaceninja
DevTools Tips For Sublime Text Users
"In this quick write-up, we’ll cover how to take advantage of your existing knowledge of features in Sublime Text and apply them to another powerful tool in your arsenal — the Chrome DevTools."
devtools  sublime  editors  chrome  howto  fridayfrontend 
february 2016 by spaceninja
A simple guide to responsive design.
grids  layout  responsive  css  mobile  howto 
february 2014 by spaceninja
Gulp is the new black.
It wasn't until last night that I actually got the chance to actually use it. Not only do I like Gulp, I think it's now my task runner / build tool of choice. Just like I preferred the look of Gruntfiles over Antfiles, I prefer the way Gulpfiles look - for me it's even more readable.
gulp  grunt  tasks  build  tools  howto 
february 2014 by spaceninja
Gulp, Grunt, Whatever - Pony Foo
In this article I aim to introduce Gulp, as it's fairly new, having been released around 6 months ago. Then, I'll compare it with Grunt, pointing out which tool does what better, and why.
gulp  grunt  tools  howto  build  tasks 
february 2014 by spaceninja
JS Console Protip: reveal current global vars
JS Console Protip: `keys(window)` will reveal your current global variables.
chrome  javascript  global  variables  howto 
february 2014 by spaceninja
A Beginner’s Guide to Using Grunt With Magento
My guess is that if you’ve stumbled across this article you’ve probably already heard of Grunt, but maybe you’ve not used it much before or are a complete beginner, or maybe you’re wondering how you can use it as part of your Magento front-end workflow. This article will take you through that process, step by step.
grunt  tasks  magneto  howto  build  tools 
february 2014 by spaceninja
jQuery Fundamentals
A complete jQuery manual, available online for free, with exercises and tutorials. Highly recommended.
jquery  javascript  books  free  tutorials  howto  school 
december 2011 by spaceninja
SEO for Non-dicks
"By going for search engine abuse instead of actual optimisation, you’re dooming yourself to eternally be finding new ways to deceive people and reduce the effectiveness of the very technologies you’re relying on. That seems sleazy, depressing, ignoble, tiring and unsustainable."
seo  google  howto 
december 2011 by spaceninja
Replacing those blurry VMware icons!
When using VMware in Unity mode, the windows icons are blurry. Here's how to fix that.
windows  mac  vm  vmware  icons  howto  fix 
october 2011 by spaceninja

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