April 1, 2020
🔥 What's Hot in Web Development — Weekly Picks #121
🌟 In the current situation, almost all teams are working remotely. From meetings, classrooms, events, and conferences, everything is happening online. It is reflected in this weeks' weekly picks as well.
Let's see what developers have been looking for this week on Daily.
🦠 This COVID-19 dashboard is a great piece of work David. It contains almost everything that you might need to know. It gives you live data updates, 20 languages support, location-based content, and a prediction of the next 7 days.
👨💻 42skills.com is an interesting website. If you are aiming to become a hardcore programmer, you should definitely check out this one. It lists 42 different types of projects that you can do to level up your coding game.
I won't suggest doing all of those, it's going to take a lot of time. But maybe pick a few and do those.
🎨Frontend Mentor is an interesting project that can help you improve your frontend skills. It contains a list of challenges, you can pick any, code, and post the solution asking for feedback. Definitely worth the shot!
🌩 Tiiny.host aims to simplify static web hosting. All you need to do is to upload the .zip file and it's up and running. Unlimited subdomains, disappears after 7 days, and no signup — best for prototyping.
With the current COVID-19 situation, almost every team has gone remote and using online tools to communicate and collaborate. This is rather a strange story from Norway where a naked man joined the chat in a school class. The reps say probably the school was using the unpaid/unsecure version. Rumors are, the person might have guessed the link.
It's an extensive post on Svelte.js. It covers its architecture, how to get started, and why you should try it. It also contains demo videos to help you get started.
🔥 It is a developer focussed product, recently launched on Product Hunt, which aims to solve the problem of running a good retro with distributed teams. It comes with an interesting set of features that make conducting retrospectives fun and fruitful. A must check for the distributed teams.
That was all for this week. We will come back with another list of interesting development posts next week. Stay safe. Peace! ✌️
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