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10 Best Tips for Learning Vue from Vue Masters – Vue Mastery – Medium
Jumping in to Vue.js can be both exciting and overwhelming. We asked 6 Vue Masters what they wish they would have known when starting out.
vuejs 
5 days ago
3 ActiveRecord Mistakes That Slow Down Rails Apps: Count, Where and Present
Many Rails developers don't understand what causes ActiveRecord to actually execute a SQL query. Let's look at three common cases: misuse of the count method...
activerecord 
6 days ago
How to Style a Form With Tailwind CSS | CSS-Tricks
If you've been staying in the loop with the latest CSS frameworks, you've probably already heard of the newest kid on the block: Tailwind CSS. According
css  tailwind 
11 days ago
ConvertKit | Email Marketing for Online Creators
Get the automations and email marketing tools you need to grow your blog and business. Join 19,000+ creators and try ConvertKit today.
marketing  startup 
24 days ago
👋 Goodbye Sprockets. Welcome Webpacker – Alessandro Rodi – Medium
This guide will let you through the process of migrating your Rails Application from Sprockets to Webpacker. Even though Webpacker suggests to keep using Sprockets for CSS and images, I don’t really…
rails  sprockets  webpack 
24 days ago
Top 5 mistakes in the early phase of rails project - Code Coding
First to market. Early working prototype. Limited starting budget. Sounds familiar, right? This is often the reality of new rails applications. But hey, we got a support from our framework. We can write a working prototype very fast and deploy the app. But this is our loan. We are often making a technical debt in the early phases of development. And sometimes paying the debt is more painful that we can imagine. Here are the top mistakes that we do in the early phase of the developmen...
rails 
27 days ago
Components patterns in Ember.js – Macsour – Medium
This snippet should let you better understand what kind of components patterns you can use to be the best match for your case.
emberjs 
5 weeks ago
Higher-Order Components in Ember.js · Chris Krycho
Components as arguments! Components getting yielded! Components everywhere! A powerful way to make your Ember.js components more flexible and composeable.
emberjs 
5 weeks ago
19 ways to become a better Node.JS developer in 2019
I’ve compiled here 19 skills & topics you might find valuable in 2019. Please don’t get overwhelmed —  nither I or most developers are familiar enough with all these topics. It’s just my radar, and…
nodejs 
5 weeks ago
LUYC 066 - Amy Hoy — Zen Courses
      LUYC 066: Amy Hoy How to Pre-Sell Your Online Course
startup 
6 weeks ago
Go Microservices with Go kit: Introduction – Shiju Varghese – Medium
In this post, I will give an introduction to Go kit, a toolkit for building microservices in Go. This post is an introductory post on Go kit as part of a series of blog posts on it, and the source…
golang  gokit 
8 weeks ago
Building an API with GraphQL and Go – Bradford Lamson-Scribner – Medium
In this blog post we are going set up an API using Go, GraphQL, and PostgreSQL. I’ve gone through a few different iterations on the structure of this application and so far this is the one I like the…
golang  graphql 
9 weeks ago
Architecture no one needs is server side templating
In a blog post named The Architecture No One Needs Greg Navis claims that SPA (Single Page Applications) are “almost always worse than a multi-page app” and claims that there are alternatives that…
architecture  singlepageapplication 
9 weeks ago
Installing Go And Your Workspace
Introduction If you are new to Linux or the Mac you might find installing Go to be a bit confusing. It was for me when I started learning Go. Go was the reason I stopped using Windows, which I used for 20 years. Even if you’re experienced with these operation systems, setting up Go might seem a bit of a mystery. With this in mind, let’s walk through installing Go.
golang  tutorial 
9 weeks ago
The Absolute Easiest Way to Debug Node.js — with VSCode
How to debug Node.js projects the easy way, with the help of VSCode.
visualstudiocode  nodejs 
9 weeks ago
Breaking Down Problems Is the #1 Software Developer Skill — Nick Janetakis
Learn the most important software developer skill there is, and that is how to break down problems into smaller problems.
gtd 
9 weeks ago
The Tools I Use — Nick Janetakis
Here's a list of software and hardware that I use on a regular basis as a developer and content creator. I will be keeping it updated.
screencast 
9 weeks ago
The lost art of whistling loudly with your fingers – if stranded it could save your life - Outdoor Revival
When most people think about loud whistling, they often think about trying to get someone’s attention or perhaps even using it as a survival skill in the
lifehacks 
10 weeks ago
Web Performance 101: JS, CSS, HTTP, images & fonts | PerfPerfPerf
Learn how (and why) to make your app faster by optimizing JS, CSS, images/fonts and other things
webperformance  performance  javascript  web 
12 weeks ago
PipelineDB 1.0.0 - High-Performance Time-Series Aggregation For PostgreSQL
PipelineDB is an open-source relational database that runs SQL queries continuously on streams, incrementally storing results in tables.
postgresql  timeseries  pipelinedb 
12 weeks ago
My Serverless Adventure - Blazing Edge
Some experiences, pitfalls, best practices, and tips for building using Lambda and Serverless.
javascript  serverless  lambda 
12 weeks ago
5 Tools For Faster Development In React – Bits and Pieces
5 Useful tools that can speed the development of your next React.js application, focusing on components. React is great for quickly developing an entire application with a beautiful interactive UI…
react 
12 weeks ago
Wix Engineering Blog
Wix engineering blog tells the story of our daily challenges and our way of solving them. Read about architecture, scaling, mobile and web development, management and more, written by our very own Wix engineers.
react  refactoring 
12 weeks ago
Understanding Currying in JavaScript – Bits and Pieces
Functional programming is a style of programming that attempts to pass functions as arguments(callbacks) and return functions without side-effects(changes to the program’s state). So many languages…
javascript  currying 
12 weeks ago
The Architecture No One Needs
Single-page apps are all the rage nowadays. Many praise their vague technical benefits while ignoring tremendous development costs.
spa 
12 weeks ago
Ruby on Rails — Should I still use it? – The Set List – Medium
I’ve been using Rails since 2005. It was still version 0.12 when I picked it up to create my first startup with Y Combinator. Ruby on Rails is old. Oy, I’M old. So it begs to be asked, is Ruby on…
rails 
12 weeks ago
Ruby on Rails Security – The Set List – Medium
We talk to a lot of folks about Rails, from VCs looking to staff their next company to new coding bootcamp grads. And one thing we see from newcomers and veterans alike is a lack of knowledge of web…
rails  security 
12 weeks ago
Learn How to Schedule Your Time — Nick Janetakis
Learn how to schedule your time by following these 5 steps that you can start doing today. Spoiler alert: it's free and easy.
career  lifehacks 
12 weeks ago
Have You Hit the Point of Diminishing Returns as a Developer? — Nick Janetakis
Investing a little bit of time into new skills will very likely improve your quality of life as a software developer and human being.
career 
12 weeks ago
CSS Layout cookbook - CSS: Cascading Style Sheets | MDN
The CSS layout cookbook aims to bring together recipes for common layout patterns, things you might need to implement in your own sites. In addition to providing code you can use as a starting point in your projects, these recipes highlight the different ways layout specifications can be used, and the choices you can make as a developer.
webdesign  css  reference 
12 weeks ago
Stop building websites with infinite scroll!
In this article, we will explain why you need to stop building websites with infinite scroll.
webdesign  infinitescrolling 
12 weeks ago
Was Web Development Better Back in the Early 2000s? — Nick Janetakis
I started programming in the late 1990s and got into web development at about the same time. Here's how it was different than today.
webdevelopment 
12 weeks ago
[EN] Domain Driven Rails Architecture
Time: 30-40 min Level: Intermediate/Advanced Code: GitHub References: The Modular Monolith: Rails Architecture – Dan Manges Counterintuitive Rails - Ivan Nem...
rails  domaindrivendesign 
12 weeks ago
Getting to know React DOM’s event handling system inside out
It all started when I’ve tried to redirect submitted React event handlers into another DOM element. I won’t get into details regarding the use case, but what I did was fairly logical: I’ve redefined…
react 
12 weeks ago
Nine tips for Rails migration mastery
Several guidelines to help you navigate the many database changes you'll make throughout your career as a Rails developer.
rails  migration 
october 2018
Going Vue with Nuxt – ITNEXT
GitHub Gist: instantly share code, notes, and snippets.
vuejs  nuxtjs 
october 2018
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