Every Tuesday 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.
Building a Fast URL Shortener
You could just search “URL shortener” on your favorite search engine and find one to use right now, but there are tons of benefits to making your own. Follow this tutorial from @mahadevans87 to get started with your project today.
Building a fast URL Shortener with Go and Redis
Mahadevan Sreenivasan ・ Oct 18 '22 ・ 5 min read
The Dissonance of a Strong Developer
@jenc critically reflects on this Patrick Kua talk explaining why & how "strong developers" commonly run into friction with their teammates and what they can do differently to avoid it.
Things Strong Developers Do That Drive Their Team Crazy
Jen Chan ・ Oct 22 '22 ・ 4 min read
What is CORS?
Here, @jpomykala explains what CORS and CORS errors are and how this mechanism keeps your APIs and browsers secure.
Personal site on T-3 Stack!
A portfolio site is something that you are likely to build at some point if you’re a web developer. Check out @asheeshh’s portfolio made on the t-3 stack!
I made a full-stack and type-safe personal site using the t3-stack (Next.js)!
ashish ・ Oct 18 '22 ・ 5 min read
Lazy Loading with React JS 😴
Lazy loading is pretty commonplace nowadays in web development. Take a look at @franklin030601’s tutorial on how to load in images with React JS.
Lazy Loading in images with React JS 😴
Franklin Martinez ・ Oct 21 '22 ・ 5 min read
Or, if you prefer, read it in Spanish (#spanish) because Franklin is awesome and regularly posts under both languages. 🙌
Lazy Loading en imágenes con React JS 😴
Franklin Martinez ・ Oct 21 '22 ・ 6 min read
Run README.md like a notebook in VS Code
Rdme has evolved to Runme! See @sourishkrout's announcement to check out all of the new features in this extension and execute your README.md with one button.
Run your README.md like a notebook in VS Code
Sebastian Tiedtke ・ Oct 20 '22 ・ 5 min read
Non-Code Contributions in Open Source
In this article, @blackgirlbytes highlights the many different ways one might contribute to open source without writing any code at all!
Contribute to open source without knowing how to code
Rizèl Scarlett for GitHub ・ Oct 19 '22 ・ 5 min read
That's it for our weekly Top 7 for this Tuesday! Keep an eye on dev.to this week for daily content and discussions...and be sure to keep an eye on this series in the future. You might just be in it!
Top comments (4)
Congrats to this week's winners @mahadevans87, @jenc, @jpomykala, @asheeshh, @franklin030601, @sourishkrout, and @blackgirlbytes. Y'all're baller! 😎
thanks for the shout-out ❤️
Thanks @michaeltharrington !!