What should you learn in 2016/2017? This video gives you a complete roadmap! View the mindmap: https://coggle.it/diagram/Vz9LvW8byvN0I38x
Today we’ll be looking at at the ways that Angular helps us do form validations. We’ll be talking more on forms using Angular. Don’t worry though, that article is not required. We’ll focus on client side validation and using the built in Angular form properties.
The following is a guest post by Jon Yablonski. Jon is going to show us an example of how we might approach markup such that one component is particularly versatile. It works as-is, and has a standardized way of making variations (adding a single class) that allow the design to be altered to fit the… continue reading
In this article I’ll share some tips and advice about HTML code. Some of this guidance will be best suited for beginners – how to properly build paragraphs, use headings, or improve forms, but we will also discuss SVG sprites for icons, a somewhat more advanced topic. Text Paragraphs Most of our writing is structured… continue reading
An in-depth look at the NaN property, and why it is considered a number type
You’ve seen $q, maybe used it but haven’t uncovered some of the awesome features $q provides such as $q.all() and $q.race(). This article dives into ES2015 Promise API and how it maps across to $q for AngularJS. This post is all about $q, enjoy!
Writing Less Damn Code 16 Aug 2016 · Share on Twitter I’m not the most talented coder in the world. No, it’s true. So I try to write as little code as possible. The less I write, the less there is to break, justify, or maintain. I’m also lazy, so it’s all gravy. (ed: maybe… continue reading
Trong bài viết này, xin giới thiệu đến các bạn 37 nguồn resource giúp Web Developer cập nhật những tin tức mới nhất trong ngành cũng như học hỏi và thực hành để giữ cho kỹ năng coding của mình luôn sắc bén. Đọc và bookmark ngay 37 nguồn resource này nếu bạn là một Web… continue reading
Let’s talk about vertical alignment in CSS, or to be more precise how it is not doable. CSS has not yet provided an official way to center content vertically within its container. It’s a problem that probably has frustrated web developers everywhere. But not to fear, in this post, we’re going to run by you… continue reading
Let’s face facts: media queries can be a pain. They’re difficult to write and they tend to get duplicated a lot. Sass includes a few helpful features that make media queries easier to work with. This article will show you these tricks and how you can use them to simplify your stylesheets. The Basics Let’s… continue reading
Sublime Text 3 is an amazing piece of software. To start, it is a clean, functional, and fast code editor. Not only does it have incredible built in features (multi-edit and vim mode), but it has support for plugins, snippets, and many other things. I know there have already been many articles like this online,… continue reading
Encoding is often confused with encryption and hashing. They are not the same. But before I go into the differences, I’ll first mention how they relate: All three transform data into another format. Both encoding and encryption are reversible, and hashing is not. Let’s take a look at each one: Encoding The purpose of encoding… continue reading
Let’s face it. Managing front end dependencies is still a headache. As developers, we have a plethora of options for building dependencies. Some of the tools off the top of my head are Grunt, Gulp, Broccoli, Component, NPM, and probably 5 more have been released since I started writing this post. In this tutorial, I… continue reading