Quickstart Elm 0.19, part 1
Sunday, October 20, 2019
In the first article of this article series on learning Elm, we'll see how to install Elm, render text nodes and actual HTML elements on a page. We'll also cover how to nest HTML elements in Elm 0.19.
Saturday, October 19, 2019
Kaizen, checklists, and doing software presentations
Friday, October 18, 2019
This somewhat philosophical article tackles the preparation for your software presentations from a slightly different angle. It's always good to look at things from a different perspective, and this article does just that.
Friday, October 18, 2019
Building Bootstrap 4 layouts, part 12: Build a Shopify clone layout
Friday, October 11, 2019
See how to clone a Shopify homepage layout in Bootstrap 4. We'll go step by step, from setting up the project and building the navbar, to setting the breakpoint for the toggle button, adding a hero section, showcase section, support, merchants, testimonials sections, and the footer area. We'll discuss flexbox in Bootstrap 4 and conclude with the completed live layout.
Start a minimal Express app with npm
Thursday, October 10, 2019
Here's a quick and easy introduction to Express and Node.js. Learn how to build a simple Express app and serve it locally using Node.js.
Building Bootstrap 4 layouts, part 11: Build an AirBnB clone layout
Wednesday, October 9, 2019
See how to clone an AirBnB homepage layout in Bootstrap 4. We'll use the live AirBnB website to plan our layout, and then we'll build it, including forms, datepickers, cards, icons, testimonials, and star ratings. We'll also track our progress using Git so you can see each step of the development, and we'll commit our changes on GitHub so that it can easily be shared.
Tuesday, October 8, 2019
It's hard to choose what to learn in web development when there are so many options: should I learn vanilla JS or a framework like Angular? Find the answer in this article.
Building Bootstrap 4 layouts, part 10: Build a Bootstrap 4 layout and track it with Git
Monday, October 7, 2019
See how to build a Bootstrap 4 layout step-by-step with the help of GitHub so that you can track your progress. We'll use the Brackets editor and the Github Desktop app. We'll build a custom layout using the Carousel example layout as our starting point. We'll also add a scrollspy to our navbar so that it updates as visitors scroll down our page.
Building Bootstrap 4 layouts, part 9: Build another Bootstrap layout in Angular
Sunday, October 6, 2019
This tutorial shows how to cherry-pick Bootstrap 4 components to quickly build a Boostrap 4 layout with Angular 8. We'll also use GitHub to keep track of updates to our project, and Stackblitz to develop our theme in an online IDE, so that we can share it easier.