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Slim 3 Tutorial

Let's take a look at how we can use Slim 3 to write a basic web application. In this tutorial we are going to explore how to write Actions in Slim using PSR-7. Routing is the practice of matching a…

ReactJS Testing Showdown| Tape vs. Jest

Jest is the most popular but it is always the best call? In this article, I provide some comparisons between the Jest and Tape. Specifically, this article discusses why I prefer often prefer Tape when testing ReactJS applications.
ReactJS Testing Showdown| Tape vs. Jest

Building a Spotify-Lyrics GUI application for Linux

A basic GUI application to display the lyrics of the song being played on the Spotify app for Linux systems
Building a Spotify-Lyrics GUI application for Linux

Scaling PhantomJS: Taking Thousands of Full Page Screenshots Every Day

This article will show you how to use PhantomJS at scale to make multiple website screenshots as a RESTful service.
Scaling PhantomJS: Taking Thousands of Full Page Screenshots Every Day

Solving the problems of Higher Order Components without throwing the baby out with the bathwater

There have been some criticisms laid against Higher Order Components in recent articles — specifically “indirection” and “naming collisions”, that aren’t actually problems inherent with the HoC pattern, but are rather usage errors that can be easily avoided.
Solving the problems of Higher Order Components without throwing the baby out with the bathwater

Code Splitting With Vue.js And Webpack

The longer it takes for your app to load, the more frustrating it's for the user, especially on mobile. In this article I'll show you how to 'code split' a Vue.js app with Webpack so users can see and interact with your app much quicker.
Code Splitting With Vue.js And Webpack

Go Variables - A Visual How-to Guide

Easily understand Go variables with visual examples.
Go Variables - A Visual How-to Guide

My Short Journey Building Unnamed - My Own CSS Framework

I’m a 20 year-old, self-taught front-end developer. I wrote this post to share my story of building Unnamed, my own CSS Framework, which became the #1 Product of the Day on Product Hunt.
My Short Journey Building Unnamed - My Own CSS Framework

Design Patterns: Decorator Pattern

Intro to the object oriented design pattern called Decorator Pattern.
Design Patterns: Decorator Pattern

Simple approach to Rails 5 API authentication with Json Web Token

Rails 5 API authentication and authorization
Simple approach to Rails 5 API authentication  with Json Web Token

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