2017 is the year that front-end developers should go back and master the basics
This post is a mix of my experience and my wishes for the New Year. I want to hear your suggestions as much I want share mine.
tips  webdev  front-end  coding 
Flexbox Zombies | geddski
Master Flexbox layout: a story course by geddski
flexbox  tips  tutorial  css  coding 
I’ll never bring my phone on an international flight again. Neither should you.
A few months ago I wrote about how you can encrypt your entire life in less than an hour. Well, all the security in the world can’t save you if someone has physical possession of your phone or laptop…
encryption  travel  security  phones 
7 days ago
Why you should have your own Twitter bot, and how to build one in less than 30 minutes
Twitter bots can do a heck of a lot more than just spam trending hashtags and relentlessly follow users. Take the Twisst ISS alerts bot, which sends you a direct message whenever the international…
coding  bots  twitter  programming  neat  projects  tutorial  javascript 
13 days ago
5 Tips for Shipping Your App
Hey, you! Yeah, you! I know you've been reading post on Medium and dreaming of bringing that app on your head to the rest of the world! I know you have great aspirations for your project. What if it…
tips  webdev  apps  coding  programming 
14 days ago
developit/express-es6-rest-api: Starter project for an ES6 RESTful Express API.
express-es6-rest-api - :battery: Starter project for an ES6 RESTful Express API.
nodejs  coding  boilerplate  server  api  RESTful  javascript 
18 days ago
monostable/awesome-electronics: A curated list of awesome resources for electronic engineers and hobbyists
awesome-electronics - A curated list of awesome resources for electronic engineers and hobbyists
reference  lists  hobbies  electronics  circuit  hardware  DIY  neat 
20 days ago
The 21 Most Awesome Awesome Lists for Node.js Developers
Our collection of the 21 best Awesome lists - each an absolute gold mine - for Node.js developers to start using today to step up their Node game.
tips  nodejs  javascript  lists  tools  coding 
27 days ago
Using a function in `setState` instead of an object – Medium
The React documentation has recently been revamped — if you haven’t checked it out yet, you should! I have been helping out a little bit with the documentation by writing up a “Glossary of React…
tips  javascript  tutorials  coding  reactjs 
29 days ago
How I converted my React app to VanillaJS (and whether or not it was a terrible idea)
This is a long and winding tale (with lots of code) of my attempts replicate JSX syntax, component structure, server-side rendering, and React’s update magic with VanillaJS. I wrote a post last week…
coding  longreads  fun  tips  tutorial  react  javascript 
6 weeks ago
10 things I learned making the fastest site in the world
This post is about performance techniques, so I hope you won’t mind that the site in question is not quite finished. But you need something to click on so you can decide whether you value my opinion…
to-read  tips  webdev  performance  coding 
6 weeks ago
React.JS Top 10 Articles of The Year (v.2017)
For the past year, we’ve ranked nearly 12,000 React.JS articles to pick the Top 10 stories (0.065% chance) that can help you prepare your Front-end career in 2017. This is an extremely competitive…
coding  javascript  lists  year-in-review  yearendlists  reactjs  to-read  react 
6 weeks ago
Developing isomorphic applications using webpack – Medium
The past 6 months I have been working on a project with a requirement to serve the content on the server-side. The unnamed project is part of a website in Alexa Top 100 Global Site list. The website…
SSR  webpack  javascript  coding  react  reactjs 
6 weeks ago
Determine an app's root path from anywhere inside the app
npm  nodejs  node  javascript  coding  modules 
6 weeks ago
Clean Code: Writing Code for Humans | Pluralsight
Anyone can write code a computer can understand, but professional developers write code *humans* can understand.
tips  to-watch  tutorial  coding 
6 weeks ago
Pete Hunt: The Past, Present and Future of React
We are incredibly lucky that Pete Hunt came to speak at LendingHome. Pete is a co-founder of Smyte, a YC-backed startup fighting against online fraud. Previously at Facebook and Instagram, Pete is…
react  javascript  video  reactjs  coding 
7 weeks ago
Peru’s First Luxury Sleeper Train | Belmond Train Journeys
Step onto this Belmond train and into a world of indulgence. Cabins are a personal haven aboard the Belmond Andean Explorer, Peru’s first luxury sleeper train.
traveling  trains  travel  south-america  to-do  peru  dollarbills 
7 weeks ago
NCase M1 Megathread 3 : sffpc
Post everything related to the NCASE M1 here! Feel free to create a dedicated post to completed builds! [Megathread...
PCs  mini-ITX  pc-build  sffpc 
7 weeks ago
Misunderstanding or Missing out? / StratOMatic Rules
I've played the game now for about a year, I have posted a few questions here in the Reddit before. But I feel like I'm missing out on some of...
sports  stratomatic  baseball  boardgames 
9 weeks ago
acdlite/react-fiber-architecture: A description of React's new core algorithm, React Fiber
react-fiber-architecture - A description of React's new core algorithm, React Fiber
reactjs  javascript  coding 
9 weeks ago
Rocket—Slack-style emoji everywhere on your Mac
Rocket gives you Slack-style emoji everywhere on your Mac.
macOS  to-download  emoji  tools  osx  utilities  apps 
9 weeks ago
dmitriz/functional-examples: Examples with Functional JavaScript, following Professor Frisby's course
functional-examples - Examples with Functional JavaScript, following Professor Frisby's course
examples  tutorial  programming  coding  javascript 
9 weeks ago
Parsing emoji Unicode in JavaScript
Why would you want to parse emoji Unicode in JavaScript? Say you have an application that accepts Unicode (including emoji) as user input, for example for comments or chatting. Most mobile devices have no problem displaying emoji natively, but what if emoji is not supported? Wouldn’t it be nice if you can store the correct standardized Unicode character in your database, and use JavaScript to replace this character with some element that displays an image fallback when emoji isn’t supported?

Detect native emoji support

Since emoji is stored as Unicode characters,1 if emoji is supported natively you don’t need to do anything! Unless you have a custom set of emoji you want to use instead of the operating systems default, of course. Let’s assume you want to use the default emoji, for performance if nothing else. Then you need to be able to detect whether or not emoji is supported. If you’re using Modernizr2, it’s as easy as adding emoji from non-core detects. If you aren’t, you can just take the code to test for emoji support:
javascript  emoji  coding  unicode 
10 weeks ago
React Higher Order Components in depth – Medium
This post is targeted to advanced users that want to exploit the HOC pattern. If you are new to React you should probably start by reading React’s Docs. Higher Order Components is a great Pattern…
to-read  coding  programming  reactjs  tips  react  javascript 
10 weeks ago
Two Quick Ways To Reduce React App’s Size In Production – Medium
If you are building a React + Redux App that has Webpack, then you might have noticed that the size of the final bundle.js (the dev version) for a simple app itself could be 1MB- 2MB!For example:
to-read  webpack  tutorial  reactjs  webdev  tips  coding 
11 weeks ago
art-of-readme/README.md at master · noffle/art-of-readme
art-of-readme - :love_letter: Learn the art of writing quality READMEs.
tips  programming  coding  writing 
12 weeks ago
CSS Reference - A free visual guide to the most popular CSS properties.
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tutorial  front-end  webdev  guide  tips  css  coding 
12 weeks ago
Welcome to the SICP Web Site
Wizard Book n. Hal Abelson's, Jerry Sussman's and Julie Sussman's Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs (MIT Press, 1984; ISBN 0-262-01077-1), an excellent computer science text used in
programming  coding  books  reading 
november 2016
Manage Vested RSUs Like A Cash Bonus
Restricted stock units (RSUs) differ from employee stock options - they're taxed at vesting. Treat RSUs like a cash bonus and consider selling once vested.
stock  RSUs  money  investing  dollarbills 
november 2016
Tips For a Better Redux Architecture: Lessons for Enterprise Scale
So you've decided to try out Redux as your application state manager. Or perhaps you're investigating better options. Good for you. With Redux the good new.
tips  redux  programming  reactjs  coding 
november 2016
corpnewt comments on GPU switching
Can I use a GTX 1070 or GTX 1080 with Windows 10 and dual boot into macOS and use the integrated graphics chip found on Skylake CPUs (e.g., i7-6700K, i5-6600k)
tech  GPU  graphics  DIY  hackingtosh  apple 
november 2016
Lazy registration with Redux and Sagas - Gosha Arinich
You know Redux, enough to make a nice little app. The simple stuff is easy — you can change state in the reducers, you can even make AJAX requests with your eyes tied.
redux  tutorial  programming  coding  react 
november 2016
Link Cards - Node Knockout
Node Knockout is a 48-hour hackathon featuring Node.js. It's an online, virtual competition with contestants worldwide.
nodejs  coding  projects  programming  bookmarking  URLs  node 
november 2016
TUTORIALS If this is your first time learning Swift, you should start at the introduction and continue from there. If you're already experienced with Swift, dive in wherever takes your interest!
swift  iOS  apple  programming  coding  tutorial 
november 2016
Peaceful gatherings of solidarity, resistance, and resolve - Attend | MoveOn.org
A website of MoveOn.org Political Action. MoveOn.org Civic Action is a 501(c)(4) organization which primarily focuses on nonpartisan education and advocacy on important national issues. MoveOn.org
protests  elections  democracy  politics 
november 2016
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