If you find yourself making silly mistakes like not closing braces or forgetting commas, linters are a great way to smooth out the rough edges on your code. They let you spend less time on the silly mistakes. Here's how to use them.
This post is kinda long, so, if you just want to see all the code and try the app, skip down to the demo. A Quick Overview of LocalStorage Databases are the most common way to persist data for web applications, but they’re not always necessary. LocalStorage is a great alternative for applications that don’t need to save a ton of data, that don’t need a user’s data to...
This is a common question among aspiring developers. How much do I need to learn before I'm ready to go get a job? Let's address the fears and assumptions bundled into this questions with some practical advice that will open your eyes to a better way to start your career.
If you're getting started in freelance web development, it can be difficult to know how to get that first job. Here are three beginner-friendly sources I've used to get great freelance work.
Developers need to build their portfolios from scratch, right? Learn why, although building it ourselves is fun, but it’s not always the best approach.