December 4, 2019
🔥 What's Hot in Web Development? — Weekly Picks #104
I learned about
Array.flatMap() through this post by Samantha Ming. As the name suggests,
Array.flat() methods. This article explains the usage of this method through proper examples. 🙌
🎖 The article also explains where you should use this method. In the end, there are some great resources for further reading. If you are not familiar with this method, you should definitely check out this article.
This article also happened to be among the most popular posts on dev.to in the previous week. This great read is by Mirosław Farajewicz in which he shared some very useful GitHub repositories that you should check out to boost your knowledge.
The reading contains links to the articles along with their read time, and what you can learn from them. Give it a read, it definitely worth your time. 💯
We curated a list of Black Friday deals for developers last week and shared on the Black Friday. Surprisingly, this was among the top 3 popular posts of last week. It contains some amazing deals on development courses, tools, hosting, and whatnot.
🙊 Some of these deals are still valid. Grab before they expire.
This curated list, published on ProductHunt, contains a list of 50+ remote work tools. They can help you save up to $5000 on the deals. So, if you are a remote worker, looking to grab some quality tools, check it out. 👨💻
Another post which I personally liked this week. In this article, Flavio Copes shares some of the lessons he learned during his 10 years experience of working remotely. If you are a remote worker and struggle some times, then you should definitely check this out. 🌟
Another post on Black Friday deals which attracted developers this week. It contains a list of courses with a 50% discount on monthly and yearly subscriptions and 80% on a lifetime subscription. Note that all the courses are offered at duomly.com. 🎯
So, if you are looking to buy a subscription on Doumly, probably it's the right time.
Again, one of my favorites from this week. Seems like I read a lot this week. Anyhow, I can't stress enough how helpful this list is. It contains some of the amazing CSS games on the internet which can help you really boost your CSS skills. 🕹
If you are a beginner, learning CSS — flexbox, or maybe CSS grid, this is where you should practice your skills.
A great piece on application design, security, and debugging. It touches a range of design aspects that you should consider while building an application. Also, it contains some coding examples to explain the concepts. 🎛
If you want to know more about application design, this post is for you.
That's all folks for this week! Hopefully, we will come back next week with another set of interesting development posts. Till then, peace! ✌️
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