We hope you all are off to a great start of 2020. We are working tirelessly on an amazing project at Daily that we hope to reveal soon. Wish us luck! 🤞
In case if you haven't read our year in review yet, take a few moments to check it out. It lists some of the amazing milestones that we were able to achieve in 2019 and what people liked at Daily.
Now, let's jump to the weekly picks of the first week of 2020!
🙈 That's one of the posts published by our team last week. It's great to see that developers at Daily and dev.to found it useful. We hope to make it again to the list in coming weeks.
💡 This post lists some of the great IT certifications that you can do to advance your career in 2020. It contains a diverse set of certifications including DevOps, Cloud Computing, Networking, CRM, Project Management, and Ethical Hacking. If you are looking to do a certification in 2020, check this post to learn more.
It's a very beginner-friendly guide to getting started with web applications using a framework called Gravity Web Framework. Personally, I haven't heard about this framework. But if you are looking to experiment with something new, then maybe you can try checking it out. ⚡️
This is the first part of a series of posts to help you learn how to make a web app. It uses Node.js, React.js, and Docker to build the application. If you are looking to revisit the basics or a beginner starting to learn, go check out this post! 💯
🧐 This is an interesting post from the past week where Erik talked about the search engine. He takes a deep dive into how search engines are perceived nowadays and how hard it can be to actually add search functionality in an application. Then he introduces a tool called Letarette, which has built, to show how search can be simplified.
It's a very detailed article discussing the details of React and AJAX. In particular, it talks about how to easily write AJAX based React applications. If you find these topics confusing or just want to learn about these topics, you should definitely take a look at this piece. 🌟
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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