Create templates to quickly answer FAQs or store snippets for re-use.
I would suggest you to build your own webpage.
You will have to make it clean, pleasant and impacting.
Moreover, you can use super "cheap" libraries available on GitHub. Here are some of my favorites:
For the little story; I only knew Python, Java, etc. a few months ago. So, I decided to build a webpage to improve myself (and I went from 'hello world' to pierrebouillon.tech/ with only stackoverflow and some curiosity !). That's why I recommend it to you, because you will learn step by step to build your own image and project, only related to you.
Good Luck and happy coding !
Thanks mate, very nice webpage. Black is my favorite tone, sick of seeing bright white all the time. I saw this on the web and thought it seems cover the theory behind it all developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/L... and I'll check out GitHub latter, no point in re-inventing the wheel. :) Cheers tc
You're welcome, thanks for feedback; I would be glad to check your webpage too in a few months :)
You can also use these two libraries, whether they are cool with react or vue
Working in front-end development doesn't mean spending a bunch of money these days. Open-source tools are everywhere. Even Microsoft Visual Studio has a 'forever-free' version in Visual Studio Community 2017. That said, there are a lot of free resources if you want to learn the ins and outs of the front-end.
Cheers mate, strangely enough I bought his book about 2days ago :) cause I know next to nothing about css and html. Been an interesting read and I can use it with Python and Django so I'm pretty stoked. Some of the template stuff in Django like render() has go me bamboozled. But then again alot of help documentation for coding is annoyingly hard to understand.
PS how will I know a preprocessor when I see one? Lol all good, keep my sober eye out for them. :p
I use atom editor, I imagine it's similar to sublime. I just got to get off my arse this week. Picked up a really good book to read >.<
That chat monkey looks cool, thing I'll have to fork that one :D
That was one of my research last year. I created a simple chat application using Twilio and Xamarin. Just give it a try. :D
Email marketing. Not a great place to stay but can pay decently.
I don't have a lot of friends so may not be worth it?
I'm not sure I understand your comment... Why do you need friends to do email marketing?
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