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.
One Monitor to Rule Them All
The debate over whether one monitor is better than multiple monitors has been going on for years. @wiseai exposes the drawbacks of using a multiple monitor set-up and shows how you can make using a single monitor a breeze, especially on Ubuntu.
The Complete Guide To Using One Monitor As A Programmer.
Mahmoud Harmouch ・ Apr 24 '22 ・ 5 min read
Is 2 Greater Than 1?
On the other end of the argument, @apayrus shows us how using multiple monitors can be much more efficient when getting two things done at once. Where do you land in this debate?
Use 2 monitors for learning and work
Rustam Apay ・ Apr 24 '22 ・ 3 min read
CSS is Meant to be Messy
Somehow, CSS stylesheets are always a jumbled mess of classes and ids. This week, @itstrueintheory takes a look at what makes CSS complex.
Why Your CSS is Always Messy and Chaotic – Understanding CSS Complexity
Shimin Zhang ・ Apr 22 '22 ・ 6 min read
All about in-app purchases
In this post, @yuliiakondr takes a look at the features of in-app purchases, the difference between consumable and non-consumable IAPs, and how to set it all up with Qonversion. Useful info!
Setting Up Consumable and Non-consumable In-App Purchases
Yulia Kondrashova for Qonversion ・ Apr 22 '22 ・ 4 min read
How Osome migrated from Flow to Typescript
Andrey Frolov ・ Apr 23 '22 ・ 6 min read
Retracing the steps to frontend software development
@davidmorais is currently on their fourth job in IT — seems like a pretty good person to learn from if you're hoping to get into software development! In this thorough post, David shares a look at how they got where they are in the hopes that it will help an early-career software developer ✨
My Path to Front End Development - 5 Years Later
David Morais ・ Apr 21 '22 ・ 11 min read
Navigation, Fetching, Parsing, Rendering, oh my!
@arikaturika goes into the right level of depth on web browsers — they explain what happens from the moment we type a web address into the address bar until the page we are trying to access gets displayed on our screen. Bonus: awesome illustrations!
How web browsers work - navigation (part 1, with illustrations) ⚙️💥
Arika O ・ Apr 22 '22 ・ 5 min read
That's it for our weekly Top 7 for this Tuesday! Keep an eye on dev.to this week for daily content and discussions...and be sure to keep an eye on this series in the future. You might just be in it!
Top comments (7)
Great work @wiseai, @apayrus, @itstrueintheory, @yuliiakondr, @frolovdev, @davidmorais, & @arikaturika!
Thank you Gracie 🙏!
Nice work everyone!
I'm glad to see Shimin Zhang and Arika O this week here. Their posts were great!