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We wrote a detailed year in review 2019 to share all the amazing moments of last year. If you haven't read it yet, go check it out. It lists all the milestones we were able to achieve in 2019, and what people liked about Daily.
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Now, let's jump to the weekly picks of the last week of 2019.
🔥 The Quick Code publication at Medium shared a great list of their top posts from 2019. The list contains a diverse set of articles from different categories. Irrespective of your field of development, you can get something to learn from this list.
🎨 Another great publication at Medium Bits and Pieces shared the prominent trends of 2019 in frontend. The article explains different topics in detail with helpful diagrams and useful resources. If you are a frontend developer, I would definitely recommend reading this piece.
Jaime — a frontend developer at Google — wrote about an incredible tool Tmux. I personally didn't know about this tool before. It's a powerful terminal multiplexer. Jaime wrote in detail about getting started with it. If you are a power terminal user, it's the time to level up your game. 📟
💡One of my favorite posts from this week. It contains a list of the language which are getting popular and might be the hot picks in 2020. So, if you are looking to learn a new language, that's a great post to read and pick one.
👨💻 It's one of the very well explained articles related to ES6 Helpers. It contains code-snippets, examples, and explanation diagrams. So, if you're the one who struggles with ES6 helpers, you should definitely check out this post.
A beginner focussed but a very useful list of terms that you should know as a React developer. All terms are explained in a simple way with relevant examples. So, if you want to just revise or want to check your knowledge, feel free to skim through the post. 🧮
This is an interesting algorithm problem posted on dev.to. If you are looking for some great problems to practice your analytical skills, you should definitely check out this one.
A detailed guide on understanding and writing media queries in CSS. If you do responsive designs, you must have encountered media queries. For those who are learning to do responsive designs, you should definitely check this post.
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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