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⚡️ Now, let's jump to the weekly picks and see what developers are looking for this week.
I can't recommend this post enough. It's super super helpful for significantly improving your debugging skills. Check this post to learn about different useful ways to make debugging easier with
console statements. 🎖
It's a complete series originally published at advancedweb.dev. It focusses on different CSS topics to help you learn them deeply. So you can talk and write CSS more comfortably. 💯
🎯 REST is a popular design choice for APIs nowadays. This post discusses some best practices that you can utilize to improve your API design. Those choices will definitely help you in the longer run.
🤔 A beginner who bought 1y membership of Egghead.io shared his experience in this post. He talked about his expectations vs what it turned out to be. I believe it's a great post for beginners out there thinking of purchasing a course/subscription of such platforms.
Lastly, there is a great discussion in the comments that you can follow to develop a better overview.
This one is from the official React blog published by Sunil Pai. You must know him if you follow the React community closely. This latest post from the blog contains the updates introduced in the new v16.13.0 of React. ⚛️
Doing SVGs is a complete skillset. It requires a lot of sophistication and details to get things to write. Gladly, there are tools available that make it super easy. This tutorial takes a look at how you can do SVG morphing animation with
An insightful and super useful post to learn about Notification Triggers by
web.dev. It allows you to create offline notification which you might need for certain use cases. It's a detailed post with a demo implementation and code snippets to help you get started! 🌟
It's a very detailed and insightful post written by Sophie Martin. It compares Angular, React, and Vue with respect to their background, popularity, performance, migration, learning Curve, size, deployment, and community.
That was all for this week. We will come back with another list of interesting development posts next week. Till then, peace! ✌️
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