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re: Snippets for Vanilla JS Coding
I like that you monkey-patch Array#on - but is there ever a...
re: Is Docker the New Git?
I think that knowing how to use containers will be a prereq...
re: Changelog: Site-wide design changes and a few other goodies
TPD is hosted on Heroku, right? How does H2 fare on it?
re: Do you keep a journal?
I keep a small, A5 notebook in my pocket. I've just starte...
re: It's Just Syntactic Sugar
I really love this article - especially this quote: but y...
re: What the heck is JWT anyway?
Really concise explanation, thanks!
re: Can I see your terminal?
I'll bite! Zsh with oh-my-zsh and zsh syntax highlighting....
re: Can I see your terminal?
How's react dev in vim? I ended up moving away because I c...
re: How to build your own React boilerplate
I would not make a broad assumption that "Everyone's used ...
re: How to build your own React boilerplate
I'm well aware of the benefits of promises - when used corr...
re: How to build your own React boilerplate
Why the promise wrapper around Express? Is this so necessar...
re: A Nice TypeScript Buildchain
That's awesome, I really didn't know that! I like being ab...
re: What do you do when you encounter a hard to fix bug?
If it's been killing me, I'll grab another dev if they're f...
re: Safari is the New Internet Explorer
iOS is built on apps, but the entire Google ecosystem is bu...
re: How to Quickly Deploy a VueJS App to Heroku
Ah cool! I remember my first time using heroku and wonderin...
re: How to Quickly Deploy a VueJS App to Heroku
Why would you use "heroku-postbuild": "npm install --onl...
re: ELI5 - "Map-filter-reduce"
You could simplify your JavaScript solution! const nums ...
re: Functions in Go.
I understand that (int, int) means that it returns two inte...
re: Functions in Go.
What's with the empty looking return in split()?
re: For Loop in different programming languages
Note: forEach(console.log) will print the item, index and t...
re: For Loop in different programming languages
There's a few other ways to iterate in JavaScript: for-of ...
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