So, you wrote a new post. It probably took you a significant amount of time, and now you would like to expose it to as many people as possible.
How do you do it?
In this post, I will present a few methods, which will take you no longer than 30 minutes to execute, and will help you get much more traffic to your posts.
In this post, we are going to build together an online editor like Codepen.com
We will practice our JS and React skills and use some popular open-source libraries. Here is a live demo of what we are going to create.
So, let’s begin!
Since we would like our users to be able to save pens, we don’t want to create just a client-side project, but a full-stack one.
NextJS is an awesome framework that lets us create full-stack react applications with server-side rendering (SSR) and much more. …
Typescript, in spite of all its advantages, can be hard to swallow at first.
Readability of Typescript code, is the main reason in my opinion, for developers being reluctant to give it a real shot.
Let’s take a look at this piece of code:
Now, what about this?
This code is less pleasant, to say the least. It gives us reusable types to work with. I extracted it from one of the projects I have been working on, but such code is a common thing to find in other projects as well. …
This post is a by-product of this learning, perhaps you can benefit from it. It groups important topics related to npm and Yarn, each covered in many other blog posts. …