re: What do you look for in a good developer article/tutorial? VIEW POST


I personally love at least a couple code samples that are as close to copy and paste as possible.

This isn't because I don't like to learn the content, but because I want to see a tangible result as soon as I can. You can then dissect that code/example to show how everything works, build on top of it, etc.


That's always cool! Especially something like CodePen (which I just found out that dev.to has a liquid tag for!) is something that can get you in the thick of it immediately.

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