I strongly believe in the concept of leveraging design handoff in the browser. I noticed many benefits for me as a front-end developer and the designers I work with using this approach. In this blog post, you will find out why you should design in the browser, how it works and how to start
There is this view many developers share of having a productive coding session by crawling behind your laptop, put on your fancy noise-cancelling headphones and grinding out a few hours of work. I often fall for this novelty of hyper-productive work state in development. Since working full-time from home I noticed a serious decline in my productivity and focus. How is this possible and how can I resolve this?
Many of my articles regarding Next.js are intermediate to advanced. Even though there are many articles out there for starting with Next.js, I want to share my point of view and perhaps help you on your way to creating your first kick-ass Next.js application.
GitHub profiles always seemed a bit impersonal to me. Generally, you would pin some repositories and give some information like employer, location and website. To give developers more control, GitHub released the possibility for a profile README. Let's have a quick look.