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Automate Your Workflow with Node

You know those tedious tasks you have to do at work: Updating configuration files, copying and pasting files, updating Jira tickets.

Time adds up after a while. This was very much the case when I worked for an online games company back in 2016. The job could be very rewarding at times when I had to build configurable templates for games, but about 70% of my time was spent on making copies of those templates and deploying re-skinned implementations.… Read article

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CSS-in-JS: FTW || WTF?

I enjoyed Bruce Lawson's talk on this holiest of wars. It's funny and lighthearted while being well researched and fairly portraying the good arguments on both sides. … Read article

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Render Children in React Using Fragment or Array Components

What comes to your mind when React 16 comes up? Context? Error Boundary? Those are on point. React 16 came with those goodies and much more, but In this post, we'll be looking at the rendering power it also introduced — namely, the ability to render children using Fragments and Array Components.

These are new and really exciting concepts that came out of the React 16 release, so let’s look at them closer and get to know them.… Read article

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PSA: Yes, Serverless Still Involves Servers.

You clever dog. You've rooted it out! It turns out when you build things with serverless technology you're still using servers. Pardon the patronizing tone there, I've seen one-too-many hot takes at this point where someone points this fact out and trots away triumphantly.

And yes, because serverless still involves servers, the term might be a bit disingenuous to some. You could be forgiven for thinking that serverless meant technologies like web workers, which use the client to … Read article

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Create your own Serverless API

If you don’t already know of it, Todd Motto has this great list of public APIs. It’s awesome if you’re trying out a new framework or new layout pattern and want to hit the ground running without fussing with the content.

But what if you want or need to make your own API? Serverless can help create a nice one for data you’d like to expose for use.

Serverless really shines for this use case, and hopefully this post … Read article

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Remote Conferences; Bridging the Gap, Clearing the Odds

A few weeks back, I saw one of my esteemed mentors decry the psychological traumas he had experienced, following series and series of refusals at certain embassies.

“A child concentrating hard at school” by Les Anderson on Unsplash

You would think he went for a contract he did not have the capacity for, but then, you would have been wrong. He needed to impart knowledge. He opted to do so across borders, but then, some realities were harsh.

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The div that looks different in every browser

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Scrolling Gradient

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Anatomy of a malicious script: how a website can take over your browser

By now, we all know that the major tech behemoths like Facebook or Google know everything about our lives, including how often we go to the bathroom (hence all the prostate medication ads that keep popping up, even on reputable news sites). After all, we’ve given them permission to do so, by reading pages and pages of legalese in their T&C pages (we all did, didn’t we?) and clicking on the "Accept" button.

But what can a site do to … Read article

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