Today, each major browser ships with fantastic built-in tools for web developers. But can you imagine (or remember) if there were no tools like this? If there was no easy way to inspect the DOM, monitor the network or even console.log things? It is believed that modern DevTools came with Firebug creation in 2006. Nevertheless, it’s still in use, constantly forked and adapted to work with other platforms. Syndicode would like to share with you some thoughts on the future of DevTools.
Flash is dead. It is no longer supported by Chrome and Firefox, and Adobe will stop doing the support by 2020. So you have to be aware of different other standards to use in your web applications and sites. There are tons of standards but we selected the most popular for you. Read about new multimedia for the open web.
Your parents will never understand why you’re so obsessed with your computer and how you doing all this “magic” with it. But they have to get used to it as far as you just a mouse potato. To raise your level at least to an expert and become useful for the society, read our new Syndicode Digest #21 – a mouse potato!
This time the digest will be published in the morning. This is explained by its name. You know the feeling when you have a lot of work and have already done a lot by now, but suddenly comes the moment when you can not work anymore? This moment your brain occupied by nothing and you stare at something with no thoughts. Are you familiar with this? Welcome morning Syndicode Digest #20 – Morning frustration!
You know what we like the most? Most of all we like sharing nice things with you. Especially we happy when we come across something not just useful, but interactive and fun also. These things should bring you inspiration, joy, and courage to proceed and progress with programming. So, 6 YouTube channels for developers are here for you!
When you find some nice site to stick around, you probably don’t recognize elements it’s created of at first. Elements like animations. They smart, neat and simple. But the animations make the site most attractive for the user. Learn some tricks to create fancy CSS animations with interactive examples.
To be a successful developer you don’t have to invent new methods and tools by yourself. That could be a great plus, but not necessary. However, a good developer needs to use what others invented and be able to implement it in his projects. Success formula implies fewer efforts and less time to result in something powerful and complex. That’s why we constantly search for best practices and share them with you. Learn about Vue.js components and get improve.
Not always your progress depends on you. Sometimes different bad things happen and you can’t do anything about it. For example, on the very deadline, your laptop is going mad. Or your hosting service can experience downtime. But the person you blame in this case is you. Please, don’t do that. There are many better things to do. Things like reading our Friday Syndicode Digest #18 – Dolphin’s homework.
Dear Friday! Please, let us have a little rest on weekend, bring us calm and knowledge. Make us better developers and don’t ever stop us from improving. But, please, don’t force us to work again until Monday. Amen. Welcome new Friday Syndicode Digest #17 – Wonderland butterfly.
If you use redux, you could ask yourself this question many times. Thre are a bunch of approaches in practice with some tradeoffs between access time and ease of iteration. So, how to structure the data in redux store?