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How to build rich, accessible JavaScript interfaces

In this article, we’ll look at how to make rich, accessible JavaScript interfaces and illustrate our strategies by building a Sudoku puzzle.
Paul Ratcliffe
13 min read

Build gorgeous flow diagrams with Svelvet

Easily create gorgeous, customizable flow diagrams in Svelte with the newly released Svelvet. Learn about Svelvet’s core concepts.
David Omotayo
6 min read

How and when to use CSS calc(): Tutorial with…

In this tutorial, we'll get to know the CSS calc() function, why it's useful, and how to use it in your projects.
Temitope Oyedele
9 min read

Intro to PyScript: Run Python in the browser

Learn how to deploy Python code in the browser using PyScript, a new library that builds of Pyodide and ports CPython to Wasm.
Stanley Ulili
21 min read

How to market make and transact with Hashflow

Learn how traders are connected with pinpoints on the Hashflow token, how it works differently from others, how to market make, and how to...
Victor Jonah
6 min read

How to create an AR experience with Unity and…

Discover how to create an augmented reality experience using Vuforia and Unity, as well as how to test and run the app on a...
Rajat Kumar Gupta
5 min read

How to build a blockchain charity or crowdsourcing platform

A blockchain-based charity organization could foster a renewed trust among givers. We will build a simple, functional charity organization for this project.
Rosario De Chiara
5 min read

Web3 data querying with The Graph and subgraphs

Learn how you can use The Graph and subgraphs for Web3 data querying.
Anthony Campolo
7 min read

Using the writeFileSync method in Node.js

Learn to use writeFileSync in Node.js, a method that allows us to create files, write to files, and update files synchronously.
Elijah Agbonze
6 min read

Unit testing in Kotlin projects with Mockk vs. Mockito

This post covers how to perform simple unit tests in Kotlin projects using both Mockk and Mockito, as well as covers their differences.
Emmanuel Enya
5 min read

The advanced guide to the CSS :has() selector

The :has() pseudo-class has been a much-awaited addition to CSS - discover advanced implementations in this complete guide.
Rahul Chhodde
6 min read

How to incrementally migrate a Gatsby app to TypeScript

Migrating to TypeScript can be a painful process, but doing so incrementally can make it easier - learn how in this complete guide.
Rafael Quintanilha
6 min read