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re: HTML, CSS & JS are not enough (esp if you plan to be a independent dev)
WordPress? Come on.
re: Dark Mode in React using Hooks
Nice! There is also a media query, prefers-color-scheme, that...
re: CSS Variables
Yup! Makes multiple themes etc. really easy! One of my side ...
re: CSS Button Styling Guide
Great article, Stephanie! I had a question for you. I am cur...
re: What was your win this week?
Thank you!
re: What was your win this week?
I published and sold 17 copies of my first-ever book, "Using ...
re: How to annoy the hell out of your users
I remember doing this back in the Visual Basic days... good m...
re: Fetch query data from URL using javascript
Why not just use the built-in URL object? See developer.mozil...
re: Using dotenv to manage environment variables in Nodejs
I use dotenv in all of my Node projects now!
re: Using Array.Reduce to Streamline Your JavaScript Object Validations
I like this! You should flesh out the idea a bit more and pub...
re: 📖 New book: Using Gatsby and Netlify CMS
Hi Harry! The book is only available as an ebook actually, no...
re: Don’t use for loop for JavaScript Arrays
There are still perfectly valid use cases for the for loop. F...
re: How To Create a Simple CSS Card Without Frameworks
Looks like you have some invalid syntax on the p elements in ...
re: What was your win this week?
I prefer npm as well!
re: What was your win this week?
I enjoy writing a lot. My articles/posts tend to usually ha...
re: What was your win this week?
I’ve always wanted to learn about Golang, but I never have ...
re: What was your win this week?
Released a new major version of my emoji picker component, ...
re: Yet Another Coronavirus Dashboard
Thank you for the feedback! Can you elaborate on what exact...
re: Yet Another Coronavirus Dashboard
Great, thanks, I’ll take a look.
re: Yet Another Coronavirus Dashboard
Hm, weird, looks like the entire table fits in your viewpor...
re: Yet Another Coronavirus Dashboard
I’m not seeing the 30px scroll bar, maybe you have a lower ...
re: Are you coding more in your spare time due to COVID—19?
About the same as usual for me, though a couple of my other...
re: Stop using `console.log`, start using your DevTools 🛠️
You can add console.log statements in Chrome without access...
re: Kung Flu Hustle - Tech Hall of Shame
Wow.
re: Kung Flu Hustle - Tech Hall of Shame
Too busy arguing about what you are and aren't allowed to ...
re: Emoji Button, a vanilla JavaScript emoji picker
Nice! I was thinking about creating a React wrapper at some...
re: You Don't Need CSS-in-JS: Why I Use Stylesheets
I was using styled-components for a while, but I never real...
re: What was your win this week?
thanks!
re: What was your win this week?
My project Emoji Button passed 400 stars on GitHub! I made...
re: Track Down Pesky Bugs with `git bisect`
That's a good point. I think the use case would be if you ...
re: Track Down Pesky Bugs with `git bisect`
git bisect is a life saver! It has saved my bacon several t...
re: 11 ways to iterate an array in Javascript
I think map/filter/reduce were added in ES5, not ES6 😀but t...
re: Avoid use IF on our JS scripts
Nested ternaries? Yuck.
re: Emoji Button: 400 ⭐️ stars on GitHub!
Thanks for the heads up! I will fix the demo site so that i...
re: Emoji Button: 400 ⭐️ stars on GitHub!
Oops, yes, I need to fix that Firefox issue. However, that ...
re: Emoji Button: 400 ⭐️ stars on GitHub!
Thanks for the feedback! The right side is only the defaul...
re: Emoji Button: 400 ⭐️ stars on GitHub!
Thank you!
re: Emoji Button, a vanilla JavaScript emoji picker
Awesome! Good luck with the integration. Let me know if you...
re: Emoji Button, a vanilla JavaScript emoji picker
The answer to your question is "it depends". With the late...
re: Why I'm phasing out ternary statements
I mentioned "premature" optimization. If this was called a ...
re: What was your win this week?
My still-budding open source project, Emoji Button, hit ove...
re: massCode - open source snippets manager is out to v1.0 🎉
Congratulations on the v1.0 release!
re: == (or) ===? What do you prefer and why?
I don't even remember the last time I used ==. IMHO it can ...
re: A Beginner’s Guide to Contributing to Open Source
Another good way to contribute to open source is to create ...
re: Why I'm phasing out ternary statements
That sounds like premature optimization IMHO, in the vast m...
re: 500 ⭐'s on Github - css.gg
Congrats! My project is at 396, hoping to break 400 soon :)
re: Thinking about career goals
I say this as someone who used to be a big fan of John. I w...
re: What is preventDefault() in JS?
You're talking about event propagation which is a little di...
re: Thinking about career goals
See dev.to/kodaman2/off-topic-john-son....
re: Thinking about career goals
A John Sonmez book might not be the best source of advice. ...
re: npm dashboard - check stats on all of your npm packages at a glance
It is open source! I forgot to mention that. You can look a...
re: JavaScript debugging done right!
On the browser devtools front, did you know about logpoints...
re: Emoji Button, a vanilla JavaScript emoji picker
Thank you very much!
re: How to make elements behave like links without wrapping them in anchor tags
I don't know, this feels like a hack to me.
re: How to make elements behave like links without wrapping them in anchor tags
You wouldn't need that because the <a> tag covers the...
re: How to define a JavaScript function
Oops, I missed that 😂
re: How to define a JavaScript function
I'm not a fan of declaring top-level functions as arrow fun...
re: How to publish an npm package to npm and GitHub Package Registry simultaneously using GitHub Actions
Nope, that wasn’t me 😁 any similarity is purely coincidenta...
re: How to publish an npm package to npm and GitHub Package Registry simultaneously using GitHub Actions
Nice, I didn’t know about that! Thanks!
re: Publishing npm package to Github package repository
Is there an easy way to publish a package both to the GitHu...
re: Created a handy JavaScript Label creator
Cool demo! I recently did a project in vanilla JS as well. ...
re: What’s the biggest c*ck up you’ve made in an interview?
Do people still actually ask that horrible question?
re: The Great Debate: Spotify or Apple Music?
I prefer Apple Music overall. It has better integration wit...
re: Things you may not know about Chrome DevTools
Wow, did not know about the live expressions! That is aweso...
re: svelte-tabs: Tabs component for Svelte apps!
Unfortunately, right now one of the limitations is that it ...
re: Brag Post
Even though there isn't really anyone using it yet, I'm pro...
re: 📄 Cheat sheet - How to promote your open-source project?
This is great! 🎉 I've found that #2 is the hardest step. H...
re: Create Toggle Switch in 4 Minutes by Using HTML/CSS/JavaScript
Here's a good read: dev.to/link2twenty/accessibility-f...
re: Create Toggle Switch in 4 Minutes by Using HTML/CSS/JavaScript
I hope that didn't come across as rude, I didn't mean it to...
re: Create Toggle Switch in 4 Minutes by Using HTML/CSS/JavaScript
This looks nice, but as it doesn’t use a checkbox input as ...
re: Calendario - A small calendar library for creating flexible calendars
Nice work!
re: 🎙 Introducing the new "Chats with Kent" podcast! 🎉
Awesome! Can’t wait to dive in and listen!
re: VS Code extension that lets you open the MDN docs of a CSS property
This is awesome. I don’t know how many times a day I Google...
re: My first portfolio is now LIVE!!
Looking good!
re: Introduction to XMLHttpRequest (XHR)
Thanks for the reminder of how painful XHRs are to use dire...
re: Flexbox Cheat Sheets
Yes! This is great. I'm constantly looking up the different...
re: Tips to promote side projects?
I debated sharing a link but didn’t want to come across as ...
re: Tips to promote side projects?
Thanks for the reply! Yes, it is an open source project. Y...
re: The Soft Skills of Interviewing
Thanks! This was about two years ago. I’m still working the...
re: Anagrams Checker - Three JavaScript Solutions
This is a favorite interview question of mine. The characte...
re: 🎙 Introducing the new "Chats with Kent" podcast! 🎉
Hope this lands in Apple Podcasts soon! I am anxious to lis...
re: Bane of my existence as a developer
Not so much exiting Vim but Vim in general. I have many sho...
re: Top Five Things You Need to Know Before Becoming a Tech Lead
Nice article! I am always on the lookout for opportunities ...
re: Introduction to JavaScript Regular Expressions
They are coming, though! Lookbehind is currently a stage 4 ...
re: Introduction to JavaScript Regular Expressions
Unfortunately lookbehind is not fully supported in all brow...
re: The Soft Skills of Interviewing
This is great advice. Sometimes we focus so much on the tec...
re: Top 5 Programming Languages Every Software Developer Should Learn
That’s a lot. You can certainly have a working knowledge ...
re: Git Bisect is Easy (How to Initiate the Robot Uprising)
It definitely intimidated me when I was first getting famil...
re: Git Bisect is Easy (How to Initiate the Robot Uprising)
Git bisect is amazing. It has saved me several times!
re: Mock your GraphQL server realistically with faker.js
What do you mean?
re: Forty and still a dev?
I am 38 and I plan on coding until the day I retire. Maybe ...
re: Not every function needs a name
I think one of the main criticisms is that they just show u...
re: Not every function needs a name
I agree that arrow callback functions don't need names, if ...
re: Against 'foo' (and 'bar' too)
I never use foo/bar/baz/qux as variable names, but I do oft...
re: Testing your apps like a boss with React.js and Jest
Shoutout to React Testing Library (testing-library.com/docs...
re: Is there a future for the Atom editor?
I liked Atom, but actually ended up switching to Vim. When ...
re: Demystifying "const" variables in JavaScript
To add to this - if you want your object to actually be imm...
re: Pet projects, the secret to keep yourself updated
I have many pet projects, the trouble is no one uses them. ...
re: What gets you out of bed in the morning?
Usually, my crying son :D
re: React — Access custom params in handlers the right way
This is a really cool idea! I am currently using anonymous ...
re: Having a good night's sleep is very important for programmers
Sleep is important! That said, I do a lot of coding late at...
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