20+ Docs and Guides for Front-end Developers (No. 7)

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As is often the case in front-end development, it seems we have so much to learn and so little time to do it. I’ve rounded up another 20+ learning resources, interactive playgrounds, and other goodies for front-end learning. So please enjoy the seven... Read more
20+ Docs and Guides for Front-end Developers (No. 7)

Learn SQL In 20 Minutes

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Every web developer should know SQL. Although it has been around since the 70s, it is still widely used, and you can’t build a serious application without it. Most full-stack frameworks have libraries for dealing with the SQL complexity –... Read more
Learn SQL In 20 Minutes

OctoberCMS CRUD – Building a Team/Project Management Plugin

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So far, we covered different aspects of OctoberCMS. This is a follow up article to discover how to use OctoberCMS for CRUD applications and take a detailed view at how to work with models, relations and controllers. Let’s get started. Requirements I... Read more
OctoberCMS CRUD – Building a Team/Project Management Plugin

Performance Budget Builder

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Brad Frost has made a very interesting visualization tool that helps teams think about performance budgets. It shows all the assets (HTML, CSS, JS, images, fonts, etc) as part of one proportional bar chart. It's a great way to look at it, because it re... Read more
Performance Budget Builder

The Responsive Image Breakpoints Generator

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Nadav Soferman has written a great post about the common mistakes that can be made when developers attempt to make images responsive: Whichever responsive design solution or framework you choose, you still need to generate and deliver multiple versions... Read more
The Responsive Image Breakpoints Generator

Unit Test Your JavaScript Using Mocha and Chai

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Have you ever made some changes to your code, and later found it caused something else to break? I'm sure most of us have. This is almost inevitable, especially when you have a larger amount of code. One thing depends on another, and then changing it b... Read more
Unit Test Your JavaScript Using Mocha and Chai