Browser segmentation is always a problem when using CSS features. Under the assumption that a browser might not support some layout features, we tend to fall back to the most widely supported ones.
There is the wrong assumption that the support for grid is very low. Developers tend to use Flexbox sometimes because they are unsure and uneasy to leave their comfort zone. The Flex layout is so awesome and flexible that lets you build anything with it. However, it might not be the right tool for the right job. …
Are you investing time in improving your Typescript skills? Are you trying to make the most out of it? Sometimes by not using the right TypeScript’s features and not following its best practices, there can be a lot of code duplication and boilerplate.
In this article, we will be looking at the five…
TypeScript has gained traction since it first appeared in October 2012, and it has become a real game-changer in the web development world. Although, some have always remained skeptical about using it.
When adding TypeScript to a project it is important that the developers embrace it rather than fight against it. That can lead to frustration and the impression that TypeScript has become a bottleneck. However, when used right, it becomes crucial to have a readable and easy-to-maintain codebase. …
Being a good programmer is a mix of skills and some common sense. It is all about being pragmatic and knowing what is the solution that fits better your problem. When facing a challenge, there are some software principles that will guide you in choosing the most correct approach.
Those are a set of guidelines every developer should know and revisit from time to time. Think about them as your secret sauce when programming.
Consistently applying those principles will make your transition from mid to senior software engineer easier. …
Since we can’t force it to run, how do we know it will work properly? What do we know about it?
Does that mean we don’t have to worry about resources and memory…
Money is always a problem. The most obvious is not having any. I’ve been there like most people. As a student, I was spending my salary’s paychecks in no time. It was with fear that I checked my bank’s account balance.
When I graduated and I landed my first job, this problem started to fade away. I was relieved that I didn’t have to cut spendings. I was even able to allow myself some fancy dinners from time to time. After a while, I could even put some money on the side each month!
Little did I know that saving…
Regular expressions are strings of text containing patterns to help you match, locate, and manage text. There are so useful that almost every language ships with some kind of regex support.
4.4 was released on the 26th of August. Should we be early adopters?
Definitely, This release will primarily be focused on its core and improving some existing features.
In this article, I will highlight the most relevant changes:
unknownType in Catch Variables
To better follow along you may use the Typescript Playground here.
Before digging into this new feature, let’s understand what the
control flow analysis is:
“In computer science, control-flow analysis (CFA) is…
Roughly five years ago, the deletion of the popular npm module
left-pad brought momentary chaos to the internet. That was a utility that could be easily be built in one line. In fact, it is available in the
How can we prevent that from happening? Should we constantly reinvent the wheel?
No, we need…
Code review has been a game-changer process in the computer programming world. It aims to guarantee that certain code quality is maintained in the project. The process might vary from team to team but it is always there.
It is one of the most common friction points between peers. Some might take comments and suggestions more gracefully than others. Soft skills are key to ensure that no miscommunication happens.
In this article, we will review the most common scenarios that we might face daily through MEMES. …