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  • Need your help
    by /u/being_1 on December 1, 2021 at 8:44 am

    I recently joined an organisation(fresher).I have been allocated to project which has code written in asp.net webforms. I was thinking of migrating asp.net Web forms to asp.net core ...is it feasible?( I don't know anything regarding Web forms,I have learned about mvc ) submitted by /u/being_1 [link] [comments]

  • Bekk Christmas 2021 - advent calendars about technology, design and strategy
    by /u/selbekk on December 1, 2021 at 8:39 am

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  • Understanding Token-Based Authentication
    by /u/inktagby on December 1, 2021 at 7:55 am

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  • AWS Serverless Services - An Overview.
    by /u/sandro-_ on December 1, 2021 at 7:48 am

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  • 20 Free Bootstrap UI Kits
    by Paul Andrew on December 1, 2021 at 6:50 am

    A collection of the best free Bootstrap 4 & 5 UI kits that you can use as the starting point of your next web design project. The post 20 Free Bootstrap UI Kits appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.

  • Is it posible to have variables in URL Links?
    by /u/SharowPUBG on December 1, 2021 at 6:21 am

    So there's this Webside where each day of december a new URL unlocks with new content, like this: ...url.../<DayOfDecember/ https:/.../de/kalender/7-9/2/ for the second day of decemberhttps:/.../de/kalender/7-9/3/ for the third day of decemberhttps:/.../de/kalender/7-9/4/ for the fourth day of december Is there a way to save this link as something like this?:https:/.../de/kalender/-9/<date:dd>/ ​ ​ EDIT, SOLUTION: inspect Website you want to change go to body add: <script> window.location.href = 'https://…/de/kalender/7-9/' + new Date().getDate() + '/';</script> and then save the website with "Permanent Inspect Element"- Add on with chrome submitted by /u/SharowPUBG [link] [comments]

  • Need some advice on hosting a wordpress blog(on a tight budget here) as I don't understand most technical aspects yet.
    by /u/BBMJWTS on December 1, 2021 at 5:43 am

    I want to make a blog/site for movie reviews (which itself is just a side project for learning SEO) and I am pretty confused about hosting. So far the advice I've received are. 1) Use AWS free tier and spin up an ec2. 2) Get a shared cPanel hosting. What's the difference between the two? I heard the first one is very difficult to learn and set up and isn't needed if it's just a blog? It's not going to be a site with a lot of features, maybe a newsletter sign up and link to my social media at most. submitted by /u/BBMJWTS [link] [comments]

  • Is it possible for an extension to override certain shortcuts while it is active?
    by /u/EdgedSurf on December 1, 2021 at 4:59 am

    How can an extension be able to override certain keyboard shortcuts from the browser and OS under pre-defined situations? submitted by /u/EdgedSurf [link] [comments]

  • Question about domain name and hosting
    by /u/luisjtr on December 1, 2021 at 4:50 am

    I want to make a resume webpage where I can show my projects, info, etc. I've never bought a domain name or a hosting service, so I wanted to ask you great people of Reddit what are the best sites for this? Thanks in advance. submitted by /u/luisjtr [link] [comments]

  • The 68 ultimate VSCode extensions for 2022
    by /u/SamsChoice on December 1, 2021 at 3:32 am

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  • It seems like every top tier team I work in insists on Yarn over NPM, almost unanimously it seems like all of these killer devs know Yarn is the industry standard on serious projects. Why do all...
    by /u/overcloseness on December 1, 2021 at 3:19 am

    Question in the title, but here it is again It seems like every top tier team I work in insists on Yarn over NPM, almost unanimously it seems like all of these killer devs know Yarn is the industry standard on serious projects. Why do all documentation across the web default to npm installation instructions and assume you're using npm? submitted by /u/overcloseness [link] [comments]

  • What things you can do with macOS that you can't on Windows? (Web Development)
    by /u/johnmgbg on December 1, 2021 at 1:29 am

    Why do people recommend macOS instead of Windows? submitted by /u/johnmgbg [link] [comments]

  • Job interview advice - intermediate developer
    by /u/h0nestjin on November 30, 2021 at 11:21 pm

    Hi everyone, I have an interview next Friday for a developer role. They have stated that there will be a technical test on the topics from job, specifically C#, MVC, SQL and JavaScript. Any recommendations for things I should study up on would be helpful. The test is less than 40 mins. Thanks in advance! submitted by /u/h0nestjin [link] [comments]

  • Is this bad web component etiquette?
    by /u/odoenet on November 30, 2021 at 10:24 pm

    Is it some sort of anti-pattern to use a data provider pattern with web components? I'm thinking something like this. <my-comp-data-provider url="https://something. something/api?woo=foo"> <my-comp-table /> <my-comp-charts /> <my-comp-users /> </my-comp-data-provider> A quick search didn't show examples of web comp libs that use something like this. Realistically, I could pass results of this query to the comps with vanilla JS, but was thinking about how to simplify this kind of workflow for users that may just want to display some info. This is one of those things I can do, but should I? submitted by /u/odoenet [link] [comments]

  • Taking commissions from website payments?
    by /u/bestguguy on November 30, 2021 at 10:08 pm

    Does anyone have some good recourses on how to setup a payment system on your website and how to take commissions? Anything is welcome. submitted by /u/bestguguy [link] [comments]

  • Technical interview question
    by /u/pre-tend-ed on November 30, 2021 at 9:39 pm

    Any hiring managers here? I had an interview today for a job I'm really hopeful for. They had me solve a challenge that I didn't find too difficult. The problem is that I get pretty nervous in these types of interviews and I end up making silly mistakes and syntax errors. Especially after the interview when the pressure is off, all the things I should have done differently start to dawn on me. I'm just wondering if anybody has this problem or if there are any hiring managers here, can you tell when a candidate is nervous? Does it affect how harshly you judge their work? Also, any advice for being better in interviews? submitted by /u/pre-tend-ed [link] [comments]

  • Why do "producers" (devs, designers, etc.) make less money than others in a company?
    by /u/clit_or_us on November 30, 2021 at 7:53 pm

    I'm currently an email dev, which is to say I use archaic HTML and proprietary languages of ESPs (email sending platforms) to create our email templates. I learned React over the pandemic and my manager is helping me switch over to the front-end web dev team which I'm super excited about! I was told that the junior web dev position I'm moving into makes less salary than my current role and that blew my mind. My job is elementary compared to web dev. I have a hard time understanding the environment let alone the massive tech stack holding up the entire site together. How is it that this complex job, even at a junior level, is paying thousands of dollars (maybe even $10k less!) than a job that requires much less knowledge and training? I've even heard similar sentiment from designers who get paid way less on average than marketers for instance. It seems like people who produce the end product of a company often get the shit end of the stick. submitted by /u/clit_or_us [link] [comments]

  • Diagonal Stripes Wipe Animation
    by Chris Coyier on November 30, 2021 at 5:26 pm

    I was playing this game on Apple Arcade the other day called wurdweb. It’s a fun little game! Little touches like the little shape dudes that walk around the screen (but otherwise don’t do anything) give it a lot …

  • Medusa: The open-source alternative to Shopify
    by /u/nicklasgellner on November 30, 2021 at 4:56 pm

    TL:DR Check out our project, Medusa: The headless open-source Shopify alternative Aiming to lower the bar for when developers and merchants can start building headless Originally build together with a client, TEKLA Fabrics, to give them a scaleable and unique ecom setup --------------- What is it? Medusa is the open-source alternative to Shopify. We provide most of the same standard features that Shopify's backend gives out of the box (e.g. E2E order handling, easy-to-use admin interface etc.) but with a much better developer experience; giving unlimited customization and extensibility options. In addition, we have aimed to fix some of the regular backend hurdles we know from Shopify like full multi-regional support (local currency, shipment, and payment options) and fully automated exchange + claim handling What is the purpose of Medusa? Medusa aims to lower the bar for when developers and merchants can start building headless. For many years, the headless approach to commerce has been an enterprise exclusivity due to the large number of resources that it required. You would need frontend developers to build your storefront and backend developers to maintain your infrastructure and services. From the get-go, we've focused on lowering the bar for when you can enter the headless commerce space. We do this by 1) removing the need for a complex infrastructure through a clever plugin architecture. The core engine and all plugins run as part of the same Node.js server which is contrary to how other headless platforms need connectors and translation layers between the commerce engine and third-party services. And 2) we have a very high focus on optimizing the developer experience through strong tooling such as quick-starters, documentation, CLI, reference, etc. How did it come to exist? We originally build the solution together with a customer, TEKLA Fabrics, back when we were operating an agency. They were running a WooCommerce setup and wanted to change to a more scalable platform. The requirements were: a custom storefront for them to own their brand identity and the entire user experience a flexible backend for them to scale with as their business needs grow a multi-regional setup allowing them to operate in multiple different markets in multiple different currencies through a single platform After researching different solutions in the market it became clear that there were no platforms that could cater to the requirements in a way that would be easily maintainable into the future. We had evaluated solutions like Shopify, but had oftentimes been in situations where there was a need to "hack" our way to a feature which made us frustrated and a bit embarrassed about the work we were delivering. To overcome this we decided to create a bespoke solution, which we designed to be as flexible as possible so that we would never be in a situation where we couldn't support a customer request in a native way. We shared offices with them for a year giving us the best possibilities for improving and iterating on the product, quickly and efficiently. Fast-forward 2 years and we open-sourced the full solution in August and has gotten a lot of very positive feedback from other developers and already have a lot of new use cases being built with Medusa. Hope you want to check Medusa out! submitted by /u/nicklasgellner [link] [comments]

  • How do you guys keep up with what is the latest trends in tech?
    by /u/IAmRules on November 30, 2021 at 4:04 pm

    I'm 40 now, I did not know what twitch, discord, or even reddit were until they were already deeply popular. I'd like to stay more up to date with what people are using now a days so wondering how you guys keep your finger on the pulse. submitted by /u/IAmRules [link] [comments]

  • Using the Reflog to Restore Lost Commits
    by Tobias Günther on November 30, 2021 at 3:53 pm

    This article is part of our “Advanced Git” series. Be sure to follow us on Twitter or sign up for our newsletter to hear about future articles! The “Reflog” is one of Git’s lesser-known features—but one that can be extremely …

  • A Look at the Cloudinary WordPress Plugin
    by Chris Coyier on November 30, 2021 at 3:23 pm

    (This is a sponsored post.) Cloudinary (the media hosting and optimization service) has a brand new version (v3) of its WordPress plugin that has really nailed it. First, a high-level look at the biggest things this plugin does: It …

  • Run a website off a Google Sheets Database, with Hugo
    by /u/speckz on November 30, 2021 at 3:18 pm

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  • Have you earned money with your own (side)projects?
    by /u/Parafex on November 30, 2021 at 2:51 pm

    Hey, I'm a web dev for a bit more than 5 years now. I work fulltime for a company and I'm starting to hate work (reasons are more company-related). Well, I do have some ideas for smaller-scoped projects that could possibly earn some money. But first I wanted to ask other people and their experiences. Have you earned money with a project already? Bonus-points for an approximation of how many you've earned "after release" How many time have you spent for a project you've earned money for? Was it worth it? Would you rather do a fulltime job or freelance? What do you use to plan your projects? Do you think the tools you use are "perfect" for your purpose and cover everything or do you think that there's a tool missing specifically for solo devs? What dev-stack? Deployment methods? Do you host it yourself, is it a SaaS product, do you zip the dist folder and send it to customers? CI/CD with a self hosted git(ea) somewhere? Bonus question: What was the overall experience? I hope this subreddit fits for this kind of question. Thanks for every answer in advance :). // Edit: Damn, all answers are so great! Thanks a lot so far. I'm trying to answer in the next hours. I've read everything so far but I need time to form a proper answer :). // Edit 2: This exploded way more than I expected :D. I appreciate every single answer, thanks! It helps me a lot. submitted by /u/Parafex [link] [comments]

  • Intermediate JS Course Recommendations
    by /u/Gucci_Down on November 30, 2021 at 2:38 pm

    Hello all, I am looking for recommendations on a good intermediate JS course, preferably on Udemy. I feel a I have a solid foundation in JS and have been through a coding bootcamp and another beginner-ish JS course, but am looking to strengthen my skills even more. I have quite a few JS projects under my belt (nothing crazy) but would like to keep pushing forward! For context, I also have a basic foundation in React (hooks, react-router) , and am toying with going deeper there or deeper into JS. I am leaning JS as I feel a little bit more JS skill would do me miles of good in React. If there are any recommendations for good courses or other content please let me know! Thanks 🙂 submitted by /u/Gucci_Down [link] [comments]