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The 7 Most Popular DEV Posts from the Past Week

Every Tuesday, we round up the previous week's top posts based on traffic, engagement, and a hint of editorial curation. The typical week starts on Monday and ends on Sunday, but don't worry, we take into account posts that are published later in the week. ❀️

An IDE that opens up within a few seconds

@shahinsha shared a great Linux tutorial that utilizes Vim (in all its customizable glory) to build an IDE. If you need that extra push to try out Vim, this post will serve that up for you!

Make the web less dizzying

@eevajonnapanula shares how developers and designers can make the web more accessible for people who live with vertigo

Want to move to TypeScript? Here's a solution.

@llldar explains how to migrate large projects to TypeScript in a way that doesn’t require you to rewrite everything in a short time.

Cheers to broadening your network β˜•οΈ

@zahrakhadijha is kicking off an incredible journey: they plan to have a virtual coffee with 52 people to help them broaden their horizons and find inspiration for their own path. Super cool!

Demystifying DOM

Understanding the Document Object Model (DOM) (a programming interface for HTML and XML documents) with @joshcarvel

AirDropping knowledge

@abdisalan_js breaks down a project by Robin Linus that impressed them, line-by-line: SnapDrop.net, which allows you to directly share files between any device with a browser.

Talk to yourself

@brendamichellle has some quick tips that will help you avoid the often futile process of memorizing information when you should be aiming for a more balanced and lasting approach.

That's it for our weekly wrap up! Keep an eye on dev.to this week for daily content and discussions...and if you miss anything, we'll be sure to recap it next Tuesday!

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Gracie Gregory (she/her)

Great work with these articles, @shahinsha , @eevajonnapanula , @llldar , @zahrakhadijha , @joshcarvel , @abdisalan_js , and @brendamichellle ! 🌟

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Shahin Sha

Omg!! thank you so much for mentioning me. This is a real encouragement for me to write again.

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Gracie Gregory (she/her)

Love to hear that. Keep going ❀️ You're clearly doing great!

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Nathaniel

Wow, didn't know my post was this popular. I'll continue writing

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Eevis (she/her)

Oh my, thanks a lot! πŸ’ This is an honor 😊

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Brenda Michelle

Thank you so much for featuring me! I really appreciate it :)

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ProgrammerByDay

Great work guys.
I wish one my posts gets mentioned here one day πŸ‘

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Zahra Khan

Thank you for mentioning me in this! I'm excited to post about my journey!

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