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Dev By RayRay

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How To Build A Serverless Webshop

Connect Angular and FaunaDB with Netlify Serverless functions

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TypeScript’s New Top-Level Await

We don’t need an async function wrapper anymore

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4 Steps to Get Started With Serverless Functions on Netlify

The most powerful tool for front-end developers

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Jump Start Your Developer Career From Zero To Hero

A Method So Simple It Will Blow Your Mind!

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Native Lazy Loading in the Browser

How we do it now and how we did it in the early days

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5 Steps Give Structure To Your Development Projects

Are you not able to manage your programming projects? Try this!

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Dear CodeNewbie, Be 1% Better Everyday!

Please don’t think that experienced developers know everything from their head! No! I’m searching basic switches a lot of times because…

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JavaScript Concepts You Need Before Starting w/ Frameworks & Libraries

Don’t start before you are comfortable with them

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5 Tips To Make 100DaysOfCode Effective For Everyone!

Spend Your Time Wisely To Learn To Code

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4 Developer Job Interview Questions You Need To Be Prepared For

Good preparation is half the work.

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3 Tips To Use Const Variable More Often in JavaScript

Use Const by default, unless it needs to change.

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Are you dealing with FOMO or are you battling in the JavaScript war?

FOMO

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How To Build A Dark Mode Switcher with CSS Variables

Build a Dark Mode Switcher with CSS Variable, JavaScript and TypeScript

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Do You Fear Missing The Train Of The Next Framework?

FOMO is a real thing in the developer community

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You Picked The Wrong Side of the JavaScript War

And nobody is winning!

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The Thin Line Between Flexibility, Readability, and Scalability in Software Development

What would be your strategy?

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The Undefined Dev #1

Developer write log without defining about what ☺️

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3 Tools to Start Programming on a Tablet or Mobile Phone

Coding doesn’t only have to take place when you’re at your desktop or laptop

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3 Lessons From Developer Job Rejections

Push through even when it’s hard!

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How to Create Gradient Titles Like Apple’s iPad Pro Page

Use CSS to build them yourself

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TypeScript For Beginners

A practical way to learn TypeScript from scratch

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Testing Strategies for Front-End Developers

Solidify your front-end code

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How to Build Fast, Advanced JSON-Powered Forms on Angular With ngx-formly

Validations, repeatable sections, conditional fields, and submitting your form to your API

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6 Tips to Focus if You Work From Home as a Developer

Working from home isn’t as easy as it sounds. Let’s make it easier!

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How To Develop A Positive Mindset

It’s not about not being realistic, it’s about being optimistic

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We Are Not Serious Enough About Software Development

Why don’t we treat software the way we treat real-world infrastructure?

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5 Visual Studio Code Extensions to Improve Your Productivity

Improving our development workflow in VS Code

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How To Earn Money As Programmer During The Coronavirus

3 Ways Programmers Can Get Paid Without The Need Of A Job

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3 Toxic Dev Team Behaviors

And the solutions to solve them

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Build Fast, JSON-Powered Forms on Angular With NGX Formly

Forms can be a nightmare — let’s make them better

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5 Lessons From Writing Programming Tutorials for 8 Years

Push through all boundaries, even though it’s hard

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What Is The Scope In JavaScript

Explanation about the behaviour of Var, Const, Let, Functions, Objects and Classes in the Global Scope.

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2 Ways to Resolve Duplication in JavaScript Arrays and Objects

Do you know how to deal with duplication?

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Top 5 Favourite Medium JavaScript Posts

My favourite posts of Februari 2020 about JavaScript Development

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3 Tips For Junior Developer

Read more

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With TypeScript, we can prevent a few of these issues.

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You Don’t Need a JavaScript Framework

Sometimes React, Angular, or Vue.js might be too much

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3 Tips for Junior Developers

It’s not easy to be a junior developer, but stick with it, it’s worth it

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Classes With Private Properties in TypeScript 3.8

Finally, privacy in TypeScript/JavaScript classes

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The Skill You Need to Grow as a Person

Be helpfull to anyone in everything, it’s a WIN-WIN!

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5 Reasons Why You Should Write Technical Blog Posts as Developer

How writing technical blog posts can help you early in your developer career

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Make Your JavaScript Objects More Predictable by Creating Maps

No more undefined properties

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7 Steps to Dockerize Your Angular 9 App With Nginx

Set up your Angular 9 app in a Docker environment and deploy it in no time

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An Introduction to TypeScript Property Decorators

A deeper dive into TypeScript decorators

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7 Lessons I Learned While Being a Developer for 10 Years

Lessons I learned which will hopefully save you time and stress

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You said your a bad writer on the start of your post.

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A Practical Introduction to TypeScript Class Decorators

Classes on fire in TypeScript with class decorators

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Prevent “Cannot read property ‘…’ of undefined” errors with JavaScript Classes + TypeScript

Every developer who did some JavaScript has got errors like “Cannot read property ‘…’ of undefined”. There is one simple way to prevent…

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Dive into GraphQL with Apollo Client by Building a SpaceX 🚀 App in Angular 9

I know that this sounds odder than it is, but using GraphQL in an Angular 9 application with Apollo Client feels like flying a SpaceX…

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GraphQL (microservices) architecture by Apollo

GraphQL is fantastic! Apollo build tooling around it to make our life easier, to use it at scale

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Thoughts About Micro-Frontends in 2020

Why it could be good to break up your monolithic front-end codebase

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