September 13, 2018

Web Development

  • How do I line up header to the right and above content box
    by /u/jackfruit69 on February 18, 2019 at 10:32 pm

    Here's a picture of what I'm trying to do, i want both of them in the center but I want the header to be to the right of the box: submitted by /u/jackfruit69 [link] [comments […]

  • DO you know any paid Full Stack Development courses online?
    by /u/confidenceandsuccess on February 18, 2019 at 10:23 pm

    My goal is to become a full stack developer in at least a month. I've taken a university course in Web Development where I was taught HTML5/CSS3, Javascript, jQuery, PHP, Node.js, AngularJS, Android Studio. Frankly speaking, I just know the basics and I'm scared to fail in Full Stack Dev interviews. So, I've decided to take up a paid course to enhance these skills and achieve my goal. I'm stressing on paid courses just to stay motivated and finish the course. I can dedicate almost 12 hours per day and will stay motivated throughout the course. Please suggest any course that'll help me achieve my goal. Thanks so much! submitted by /u/confidenceandsuccess [link] [comments […]

  • Portfolio critique please! Be harsh! Junior Web Dev
    by /u/RobbyB97 on February 18, 2019 at 10:12 pm

    Possibly going to a conference soon, would like to use it as a chance to network and hopefully get a few people to visit my portfolio. Would like to impress as much as possible. I hope this portfolio is at least not as cringy as my last one. (The experience section is going to be similar to skills section aesthetically) submitted by /u/RobbyB97 [link] [comments […]

  • Best image banks out there? Free and paid.
    by /u/RandomMiscAnon on February 18, 2019 at 10:09 pm

    What kind of image options are out there that are of professional quality? Say I'm designing a professional website for a larger company with no in house graphic designer. My photo editing skills are average or on the lower end of average. I'm interested in hearing about free or reasonable offers. Not contracting a designer or what not. submitted by /u/RandomMiscAnon [link] [comments […]

  • Day in the Life of a Software Engineer
    by /u/anthonygeranioyt on February 18, 2019 at 9:55 pm

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  • Actiondesk: Workflow Automation
    on February 18, 2019 at 9:54 pm […]

  • Fastify and Preact for quick web app prototyping
    by /u/loigiani on February 18, 2019 at 9:53 pm

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  • wordpress custom theme creation
    by /u/HelleFL on February 18, 2019 at 9:43 pm

    As the title says, I am tasked with the from-scratch creation of a custom wordpress theme. While I don't know jack@^&* about wordpress, I need to fight my way through. ​ From scratch, what are some of the must-haves for a basic theme? What do I have to avoid? ​ Any particular tips or tricks that helped you? submitted by /u/HelleFL [link] [comments […]

  • Questions about grid and page layouts.
    by /u/thebreadmanrises on February 18, 2019 at 9:19 pm

    I am new to web development and trying to understand more about css grid. I'm wanting to essentially re-create this layout with grid: However, I'm confused about the best approach to take. In something like this is there only one parent grid, or is an overarching grid with some sub-grids within different sections. ​ My other question is regarding grid-template-areas. Is this the most common way to lay out your grid. It seems like you would need to know the number of rows/columns you'll need up front by using this method, is that correct? submitted by /u/thebreadmanrises [link] [comments […]

  • Why I Write CSS in JavaScript
    on February 18, 2019 at 9:16 pm […]

  • Is there a tool or browser extension that will let you check redirect chain of URLs?
    by /u/FlecTec1 on February 18, 2019 at 8:59 pm

    As the title says...looking for an app or a browser extension that will let me enter a URL and it show me the redirect chain submitted by /u/FlecTec1 [link] [comments […]

  • What are the skills to become freelance ?
    by /u/Alfred1400 on February 18, 2019 at 8:56 pm

    Hello everybody, I want to become a freelance. Here are my skills : - HTML/CSS - Javascript - NodeJS (mysql, expressJS,, etc..) - SQL - Linux - Networking - Some hacking skills Is there any other thing that I should learn ? Can I do freelance just with my actual skills ? Thank you. submitted by /u/Alfred1400 [link] [comments […]

  • Currently designing an intranet application. Are there anythings I should look out for?
    by /u/statikr3aper on February 18, 2019 at 8:37 pm

    I recently started at a new job where I am tasked with creating and improving processes within the team that I work with. Currently most of the data is either stored on Sharepoint site which does not help with data analysis for the data scientist since it is very limited in what we can collect. Other data is done directly in Excel and stored on personal computers and shared through email. These can easily be transferred to a database so multiple users can work simultaneously without having to work against each other. I already have the technologies and basic workflow nailed down as far as what is expected. I just want everyone else thoughts as to what I should look out for or try to implement. I already know I will spend a lot of time working on the documentation and specifications to make sure everything is in writing. Would love some advice on what smaller things to implement as I start to make my life easier in the future. submitted by /u/statikr3aper [link] [comments […]

  • SPA app structure
    by /u/crashspringfield on February 18, 2019 at 8:25 pm

    For those of you who use NPM/Yarn for both your server and client application, do you have one project for your backend (Express, Koa, whatever) and another for your frontend (React, Angular, Vue) each with its own package.json and set of node/modules, or do you keep them together as one project? What advantages/disadvantages have you found in that approach? submitted by /u/crashspringfield [link] [comments […]

  • Resume Critique please for Front-End Web Developer
    by /u/12_Rules_For_Life on February 18, 2019 at 8:10 pm

    Two pages long with the hobbies section.. should I just remove the entire hobbies section period? What do you think should be done to this resume? Be honest so let it rip! 🙂 submitted by /u/12_Rules_For_Life [link] [comments […]

  • VPS with servers located in Turkey
    by /u/Sebqu on February 18, 2019 at 8:01 pm

    Hello, i am looking for vps with servers in Turkey, i want to use it for express.js website Max price:10$ per month submitted by /u/Sebqu [link] [comments […]

  • MEVN stack application for authenticated users to add elements to favorites
    by /u/llievredemars on February 18, 2019 at 8:00 pm

    I am currently trying to develop a recipe application where user is authenticated and can browse recipes, add new ones and add them to favorites, then view those favorites. For this I use MEVN stack with vuex and vue-router. I have a user model that incorporates userId (from Google), display name (from Google) and an array of favorite recipe ids. I would like to show those recipes on the route /favorites, while sending the array of favorites from the database on axios call. However, as I only have an array of recipe ids, when the user hits the /favorites route, I need to then call API to get a single recipe and do this for every item in the array, what seems to me not a best solution. I cannot incorporate isFavorite flag in the Recipe model, as this would differ from user to user and I believe that creating an array of users that like a certain recipe would lead to the same issue, correct me if I'm wrong. I tried to update vuex store on every addToFavorites/deleteFromFavorites action and create an array of objects, that would actually hold the recipe object with all the useful data, but I have an impression that this would be code repetition. ​ Is there any best practice / model for creating such a feature in application? submitted by /u/llievredemars [link] [comments […]

  • I built a physical Sketch panel
    on February 18, 2019 at 7:57 pm […]

  • Visualize a Website
    on February 18, 2019 at 7:48 pm […]

  • HTML to Docx?
    by /u/evilsniperxv on February 18, 2019 at 7:43 pm

    Does anybody know of any good NPM package that converts HTML to a Word Doc? I found this one, but wasn't sure if there was something better or more updated? Thanks in advance!! ​ submitted by /u/evilsniperxv [link] [comments […]

  • How long does it take to get a WebDev job?
    by /u/syswolf on February 18, 2019 at 7:34 pm

    Im 21, but won't be for long, I know that I'm Young enough to learn and get into a WebDev position, I'd put my skill level at "Better than a random guy on the street but not quite Junior" - it feels hard to dedicate time to it with a full time career I already have and working on renovation of my house. I know theres all these stories of people getting hired on after a few months but realistically I know I can't put the time in to do that. So me, a average, busy guy, how much time should be the bare minimum to keep growing my skills and feel confident to get into that type of position? I know it varies but I'd like to get some feedback from people that actually do it instead of overly realistic people. The developer manager has seen some of my smaller projects and said he'd hire me for a Ruby on rails type work when if I get my skills up. No formal training. All the training I've done is self taught. Thank you in advance. submitted by /u/syswolf [link] [comments […]

  • How A Screen Reader User Accesses The Web
    on February 18, 2019 at 6:26 pm […]

  • Better Strings in JavaScript with Template Literals
    by /u/KukicAdnan on February 18, 2019 at 5:59 pm

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  • How @supports Works
    by Chris Coyier on February 18, 2019 at 5:39 pm

    CSS has a neat feature that allows us to test if the browser supports a particular property or property:value combination before applying a block of styles — like how a @media query matches when, say, the width of the browser window is narrower than some specified size and then the CSS within it takes effect. In the same spirit, the CSS inside this feature will take effect when the property:value pair being tested is supported in the current browser. That … Read article The post How @supports Works appeared first on CSS-Tricks. […]

    by Chris Coyier on February 18, 2019 at 5:25 pm is a pretty cool project from Alexandre Dieulot. Alexandre has been at this idea for half a decade now, as InstantClick is his and is essentially the same exact idea. The idea is that there is a significant delay between hovering over a link and clicking that link. Say it takes you 300ms of delay. That 300ms could have been spent preloading the next page. And if you do use that time preloading, that page loads that much faster.… Read article The post appeared first on CSS-Tricks. […]