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Dirty Terraform hacks

Terraform is a powerful, easy-to-use open-source infrastructure as code (IaC) tool. Use these tips and tricks to get the most out of your Terraform...
David Chanin
5 min read

Using border-radius to make shapes: how to build a…

This tutorial shows you how to build a flower using only CSS and serves as a way to learn about positioning elements, CSS variables,...
Maks Akymenko
5 min read

GraphQL subscriptions with Node.js

With GraphQL subscriptions, you can generate notifications in real time when specific, preselected events occur via a pub/sub system.
Deepak Gupta
6 min read

How to migrate a database schema at scale

Evolving your database schema without downtimes and thus without disrupting your users may require many steps, but I find it better, less stressful, and...
Alberto Gimeno
5 min read

13 ways to vertical center

Back in the good old days, the limits of CSS were such that even “simple” things like vertical centering posed a challenge, with some...
Facundo Corradini
5 min read

From create-react-app to PWA

Progressive web apps are a (terribly named) wonderful idea. Our tutorial takes you from CRA to PWA in a snap.
John Reilly
8 min read

How to create a React Native app with PostgreSQL…

In the previous article, we created a GraphQL server with NodeJS and Express. Now, we'll consume the endpoints in the server we created using...
Austin Roy Omondi
14 min read

Using Suspense with react-query

Using Suspense alongside react-query can help to improve your app's user experience.
Abdulazeez Abdulazeez Adeshina
10 min read

What are the most in-demand frontend frameworks in 2020?

What libraries and frameworks are frontend developers most excited about in 2020? The annual "State of JavaScript" survey takes a pulse on the developer...
Nwose Lotanna
3 min read

How to make a confetti cannon with React Spring

With React Spring's useSpring hook, you can create powerful and performant animations, like a colorful confetti cannon.
Joshua Saunders
9 min read

Most in-demand JavaScript testing tools in 2020

This post runs through the most popular JavaScript testing tools going into 2020, including Jest, Mocha, AVA, and Enzyme.
Nwose Lotanna
3 min read

Dealing with links in Next.js

We explain two techniques for isolating routing in your application.
Radoslav Stankov
4 min read