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The 7 Most Popular DEV Posts from the Past Week

graciegregory profile image Gracie Gregory (she/her) Updated on ・2 min read

Every Monday we round up the previous week's top posts based on traffic, engagement, and a hint of editorial curation. The typical week starts on Monday and ends on Sunday, but don't worry, we take into account posts that are published later in the week. ❀️

1. Pride Month β€” What Does Equality in Tech Look Like?

Give it up for Super Diana who was generous enough to share her tech story (including what equality looks like to her in 2020) on DEV for Pride Month!

2. "Quotes Are Fun" - Anon.

This cool tutorial by Tunde shows you how to use React state and Function to create a simple react app.

3. Work Smarter, Not Harder

Zoe gets granular on the difference between shallow work and deep work β€” and helps you achieve the latter!

4. First Time With Webpack

Carrie walks us through using Webpack for the first time by building a small JS program in Node.

5. Time For Change

If you haven't been privy to the important decision many teams are making to rename their primary branch in git, Damian provides some important context and dives right into the renaming process.

6. Beyond Tables

As Lucas explains, some Ruby on Rails tables require a little personalization to reproduce real-world situations and the relationships between them. In this rundown, you'll learn how to do just that

7. Doing More With Less Code

Taslan guides us through a few JavaScript Array methods to improve your code's readability and speed.


That's it for our weekly wrap up! Keep an eye on dev.to this week for daily content and discussions...and if you miss anything, we'll be sure to recap it next Monday!

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