It's a new week! We'd an amazing last week. We got to share a lot of new stuff that we had been working on. Before moving to the weekly picks of this week, let's quickly recap the new happenings at Daily
🙌 Daily Partnership — We announced a partnership program recently. Help us sustain this open source community and spread your message to the developers across the globe.
🥳 Daily Giveaway — We are doing a giveaway on Twitter. Participate to win free Daily Swag pack.
🎉 Introducing Vim Key Bindings in Daily — Now navigate in Daily via Keyboard Shortcuts.
🔖 How Bookmarks Work in Daily? — Learn how bookmarks work in Daily to make most out of it.
✨ How to Personalize Your Feed on Daily — Make your own feed as you like it!
A jam-packed week, right!? Lookout, as we work on exciting new things to share with you!
⚡️ Now, let's jump to the weekly picks and see what developers are looking for!?
We heavily rely on Web APIs to build our web applications. They make our lives a lot easier. This reading lists 10 rarely used yet useful Web APIs that you can learn to improve your development skills. 🌟
A startup with $3.5 million is aspired to build GitHub for data. We all know that data is highly valuable for building new features. At the same time, data is sensitive and we need to respect privacy.
This startup by ex-NSA, Amazon, and Google engineers aim to provide a solution to this problem by generating data sets via Machine Learning and making it available for the public. 💯
Frontend development can get messy when it comes to making pixel-perfect accessible design. It needs constant debugging and you need to make sure that things don't break in different browsers. This post contains 10 Chrome extensions that can really help you improve your development workflow. ✌️
🤖 Another debate on which language is better and which one you should choose. In this post, Shiv explains why you should invest in Golang in 2020 instead of Python.
🎯 Google has introduced Android Management API for better security and performance. For a smooth transition, they have prioritized backward compatibility and postponed the enforcement till Android 11. Also, they have launched a developer preview of the API to onboard developers.
🥳 One of our own posts also made it to the weekly picks of Daily. As mentioned earlier in this post, we have completely revamped our webpage and also migrated to a new domain. Super excited by the launch and the amazing stuff coming after it!
In this post, Freddy shares how he used automation to stop ordering from Uber Eats. It's a good example of how you can utilize automation to solve problems in your life. Check out to learn how can you get started with automation as well.
In this post, Madhavan explains how in certain cases in OOP, conditional statements are considered a code smell. He starts with the basics of SOLID principle of OOP and then goes deep into how conditional statements go against them. Definitely a good read! ⚡️
We sent the first issue of our newsletter the other day. We hit some issues with a few links on it, unfortunately. So, we are sharing those here as well:
- 10 Useful Web APIs for 2020 — A list of less popular yet useful Web APIs.
- Introduction to micro frontends architecture — Learn about the future of the frontend architecture.
- 5 Practices to Eliminate Bad Code — Learn the art of writing code that is easy to maintain and lives long.
- A group of ex-NSA and Amazon engineers are building a ‘GitHub for data’ — A startup with $3.5 million is up to something big!"
This was all from the previous week. Let's know what you think of the trends this week in the comments below.
We will come back with another list of interesting development posts next week. Till then, peace! ✌️
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