An explanation of the pros and cons of local storage. But most importantly: why it's insecure and shouldn't be used to store sensitive data.
Announced recently, Alex writes about AWS Cloud9 and CodeStar for serverless apps. Take an in-depth look at what these tools are, along with their benefits and constraints.
Inspired by an article about programming salaries, Arandi breaks down the list of skills expected for each programmer classification.
Don't you hate seeing a footer right underneath a header? This quick tutorial demonstrates how to use CSS grid to keep that footer away from the header when there isn't enough content to fill up the space.
Made by Bourn, this is an app that lets you search for tech conferences. Perfect for people who are too lazy to scour the internet. This iteration already displays conference topics, dates, prices and locations.
Christopher shows us how to develop the opening crawl of Star Wars using HTML, CSS, and a bit of JS -- from creating the background to adding the infamous John William's track.
Why frameworks are a stepping stone, and advice on how to move beyond them. Hint: your favorite framework is not the solution to everything.
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 Monday!