Tagged: programming

Coding Is More Creative Than You Might Think

Coming from a creative background, people often look quite puzzled when I tell them I’m a Full Stack Developer. It seems the stigma of the maths-obsessed programmer is still fairly prominent in most social...

How to Make a Custom Select Component in Vue.js

Customizing the design of a select tag is notoriously difficult. Sometimes it’s impossible without building your own from scratch using a combination of styled divs with custom JavaScript. In this article, you will learn...

Svelte: Communication Between Components

In this mini-tutorial we are going to see two different ways of communication between components in Svelte 3: a callback passed as prop and event dispatcher. Read the full story Read more

An Introduction to Test-Driven Development

Test-driven development (TDD) is all the rage these days and has been a discussion topic for quite some time. If you are brand new to TDD, this article should serve as a good introduction...

Microservices Wars: Spring Boot Vs. Ballerina

Microservices is an architectural style used for creating applications made of individual fine-grained services, which encourages functional decoupling, re-usability, and scalability. This is becoming increasingly popular compared to the monolithic applications we generally build....

Building AOSP with Docker

I have been working on AOSP (Android Open Source Project) for a little over a year now, it was my first experience working on Android as a platform. Building and customizing your Android OS...

How To Build JWT’s in Go

Go is becoming very popular for backend web development, and JWT’s are one of the most popular ways to handle authentication on API requests. In this article, we are going to go over the...

How We Handle Blockchain Reconnects In web3js

In this article, we’ll learn how to handle blockchain disconnects in the production environment automatically, using Web3JS. The method described below works for Web3JS version 1.0.0-beta.35, but it should be good for the stable...

Proudly Wear Your Contribution Map

Currently We’re creating a project that gives people an opportunity to wear personalized merch that reflects their interests, values and hobbies. Our first launch is GitMerch.com (promo code = SALE20), where everyone can print a...