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This series aims to be a React.js tutorial that compliments Pete Hunt‘s how to where he recommends people start by learning React Itself. I think the biggest challenge people make when learning React is they get lost in the tooling and ecosystem. Before…
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Do you know the three different ways of creating React components? Find out here! https://codeplanet.io/create-react-components/
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Do you know the difference between substr and substring in JavaScript? https://codeplanet.io/substr-vs-substring-javascript/ Find out!
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I recently devoured all the resources I could find online in trying to learn Flexbox. I figured you all might appreciate a summary of my favorite resources! 1. The official Flexbox specification If you’re the type of person who likes to read…
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Ok, you got me. You probably can’t really learn React.js in a single weekend. But let’s pretend that’s what you’re going to try to do anyways! These are the resources I recommend and the other I recommend you view them in! 1. Learn React.js with React for…
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Express sendFile is usually one of the first errors you’ll get when developing Express applications. The most common error you’ll run into looks something like this: TypeError: path must be absolute or specify root to res.sendFile Sample app with Express…
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Performance matters. There are a lot of great ways to make sure your website speed is good enough to not have a negative affect on your user base. These are my favorite tools for performing a website speed test. 1. Google Pagespeed Insights I think it’s a…
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For those not familiar, npm is the Node Package Manager. While not the only package manager available, it is the one that ships with Node by default. Technically, npm is both a registry (list of packages) and a command line tool (used to npm install and…
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