Solving problems is our job, yet the process of doing so is never simple. And if we go about it the wrong way, we’re likely to make things worse.
There are a number of front end frameworks, and they have a lot in common! One of those things is the concept of components, and the ability to interact with them during different stages of their lifecycle.
Being able to navigate to pages is a crucial part of any application. But sometimes your users will try and access a page they don’t belong on. In Vue you can check for this using a navigation guard!
Reactive Programming is a pattern with some complexities, but incredible power. Many explanations of it exist, but this is how it makes sense to me.
We all our skills in different ways. The path to becoming a senior engineer is never the same. This is an example of how mine involved writing less code than most.
There are plenty of optional characters when defining functions. When used in functional methods these options increase. What are they? And how do they affect readability?
I clearly know what all of these things are. Their names are not at all similar. But let’s review, just to make sure we know…
Choose the right pseudo-class for your needs. In this post, we’ll examine the difference between focus and focus-within.
You finally understand spread syntax, but what’s this other thing? It looks the same but is somehow different. You’re probably looking at an example of rest syntax, come learn about it.
I was recently working with vuex and came across a piece of code I wanted to learn more about.
Jason Lengstorf and I had a really great time on Learn With Jason porting a portion of my site into a theme! I wanted to write up that process so that others can do it too.
The spread operator is a great piece of syntax, but it produces shallow copies. What exactly does that mean? And when does it matter?
These two alternatives to for loops are wonderful, but they do different things. Let’s understand them better!
We’re learning about ES2019 and this entry is all about understanding the Object.fromEntries function.
ES2019 added a new function called flatMap for manipulating arrays. In this post we’re going to learn all about it.
I’m an ECMAScript junky and I wanted to dive into the latest features! In this post we’ll look at Array.prototype.flat.
ES2015+ introduced so many wonderful features, but destructuring assignment may be one of the most powerful and versatile of them all.
Ever wondered what a canonical_url was? Or how sites show up early in your search results?