The number of devices accessing the same data and the same page grows fast. Creating a modern web page that makes every device view the same content in a simplified and adjusted way can be a challenge.
A few days ago I needed to consume a webhook and it caused some confusions in my mind. Now it’s clear for me but at that time, I couldn’t understand what exacly it was, how it worked and the difference between a webservice and a webhook.
A few weeks ago, I came across this image above and because of that I’ve decided to write this post, showing the importance of writing a good code.
Quick post about template strings. If you are learning Ecmascript 6, you should read this post. This is the new way to embed variables in texts.
Have you already used a css animation in your project? They can make your website looks much more refreshed and modern visually. Today we’re gonna create the fadeIn effect.
I’ve realized that most of people usually don’t use the querySelector, thus I decided to write quick examples and the basic differences between querySelector and selectElementById as well as querySelectorAll and getElementsByClassName.
Today I am going to talk about Sass and SCSS but there are others preprocessors available. For example: LESS.
Recently I bought a macbook pro with retina display and I realized that in some websites the images were appearing fuzzy and with low resolution. It occurs because the retina display contains more pixels in the same physical size, and a lot of websites are not prepared to it.
Second article about AngularJS and today we are going to see ngClick and ngRepeat directives. I’ve decided to write about these directives because they are very important and we use them all the time.
Have you already used the following combinator before?
Hello! This is my first post and I have decided to write about AngularJS. I am still improving my skills with Angular and I would like to share my knowledge. Today, we are going to see how to start an AngularJS App and learn basic concepts like Module, Directives and Expressions.