Web Development Roadmap 2023
With so many web dev technologies and languages out there, it can be overwhelming to get started in web development. And if you are already a web developer you may find it difficult to keep up with new technology and trends. This web development roadmap will help guide you in deciding what technology and languages you should learn about in 2023 and beyond.
Ultimate Guide to Web Development in 2021 & Beyond! | Roadmap 2021+
In this article, I'll guide you through my ultimate web development roadmap for 2021 and beyond. We are going to cover a ton of technologies, so don't get overwhelmed. You do not have to learn everything in this article.
Simple Dark/Light Mode Theme Toggle (CSS ONLY) | UI Design
There are several ways that we can implement themes. Generally, these only choose between light and dark mode, but any color scheme could be a choice. In the next several articles I'm going to show you the different ways that you can accomplish this. There will also be some extra cool things thrown in throughout each article. So be sure to read to the end.
Notion + YouTube - A Powerful Combination for Productivity
I want to preface this article with the fact that this is not my standard article. I don't normally create blogs on Notion or how to use Notion. And this article isn't going to teach you how to use Notion. It's going to show you how I use Notion to create consumable content.
Deno 1.0 Released! REST API Example
In this article, I want to show you how to create a simple, easy REST API using Deno. My good friend Flavio put together an awesome blog on his site that outlines all the details on Deno. I'm going to use one of his examples where he uses Oak and Deno to create a simple REST API.
Deno: Node.js Killer? Introduction & Demo | Ryan Dahl
The Sass Module System
Today we are going to talk about a feature of Sass that no one else seems to be talking about. The deprecation of the @import rule and implementation of the new Module System including the new @use rule. I recently came across this in the Sass documentation.