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Manage Global State with Context API and Hooks

2019-12-07 06:42:35 Reddit programming

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Reflecting on 8 months of full-time self-study

2019-12-07 06:03:58 Reddit programming

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Privacy analysis of Tiktok’s app and website

2019-12-07 06:03:31 Reddit programming

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Turning .NET assemblies into FPGA hardware

2019-12-07 03:01:37 Reddit programming

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The Product-Minded Software Engineer

2019-12-07 01:09:41 Reddit programming

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I think adding generics to golang would be ...

2019-12-06 23:29:31 Reddit programming

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Suspected Campaign from Russia on Reddit

2019-12-06 23:27:08 Reddit programming

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Serving Files with Python's SimpleHTTPServer Module

2019-12-06 22:36:29 Guest Contributor

Introduction Servers are computer software or hardware that processes requests and deliver data to a client over a network. Various types of servers exist, with the most common ones being web servers, database servers, application servers, and transaction servers. Widely used web servers such as Apache, Monkey, and Jigsaw are

tags: python,tool,http


Google faces issues with indexing new Apps. But doesn't answer after more than 2 months and thousands of reports from developers.

2019-12-06 22:02:25 Reddit programming

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Making "docker run ... bash" Remember

2019-12-06 21:54:05 Reddit programming

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My dad left quite some stuff behind. Lot of old software reference books, among other computer things. Progress reference books, visual basic, DOS, access etc. Does they have any value for anyone or should I put them in the recycling bin?

2019-12-06 21:13:42 Reddit programming

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Motion Paths – Past, Present and Future

2019-12-06 20:51:29 Chris Coyier

Cassie Evans has a great intro to motion paths. That is, being able to animate an element along a path. Not just up/down/left/right, but whatever curvy/wiggly/weird path you want. It's an interesting subject because there are so many different technologies helping to do it over time. SMIL, JavaScript-powered animation libraries, native JavaScript APIs, and even CSS via offset-path and friends. I think offset-path is funny - it was changed to that name from motion-path as you don't technically have… Read article The post Motion Paths – Past, Present and Future appeared first on CSS-Tricks.

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Case Study: lynnandtonic.com 2019 refresh

2019-12-06 20:51:10 Robin Rendle

Lynn Fisher walks us step-by-step through the redesign process of her latest outstanding personal website. In this design, increasing the width of the browser window will cause the illustrations on the page crack to open and reveal more within them: This case study reminded me that Lynn also has an archive of every case study and project that she’s made over the years and that it's most certainly worth checking out. Direct Link to Article — Permalink… Read article The post Case Study: lynnandtonic.com 2019 refresh appeared first on CSS-Tricks.

tags: Link,redesign


Static website hosting: who's fastest? AWS, Google, Firebase, Netlify or GitHub?

2019-12-06 20:48:24 Reddit programming

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Software tests as a documentation tool

2019-12-06 20:38:11 Reddit programming

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Zsh prompt with asynchronous Git status

2019-12-06 19:47:47 Reddit programming

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Processing Fund Raising

2019-12-06 19:37:08 Reddit programming

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Handling Dates, Times and Timezones in one API, a Design Rationale for the std::chrono Library

2019-12-06 19:37:01 Reddit programming

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Determine the Best Facial Expression in Live Photos Using Vision Framework in iOS

2019-12-06 19:35:35 Reddit programming

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From research lab Ink & Switch: You can have collaborative software that's wary of the cloud

2019-12-06 19:00:34 Reddit programming

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