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Ready to share your startup with the world?

Check out the list before for a curated collection of places to list and submit your startup for free. At the time of writing this 99% of these are free and very easy to submit, if you come across one... Continue Reading →

A usefully short guide to software pricing

To understand product pricing, it helps to understand some, but not too much, economics. The easiest way is through a simple example. Read more >

Ask HN: What Technologies to Learn in 2020?

It is always good to keep yourself up to date with the hottest tech stacks. So what are your suggestions for 2020? For example: Flutter / React Native ? ML? Tensorflow / Keras ? GraphQL ? Vue JS? Read more... Continue Reading →

5 Things To Stop Doing In Mobile App Design

Have you ever looked at the design techniques and elements you use to build mobile apps and evaluated whether or not they’re still useful or relevant? If you haven’t done this in a while (or ever), stop what you’re doing... Continue Reading →

What it means to be a front-end developer in 2020 (and beyond)

Do you ever think about what the front-end part of front-end developer really means? I once asked Eric Meyer (who has been building websites for nearly as long as there have been websites) if he knew what the term meant back in the very early days, and... Continue Reading →

10 Solid Reasons to Choose React Native for Mobile App

React Native is owned by Facebook and stands in competition against the likes of Bootstrap, Apache Cordova, and NativeScript. Read more >

Why you should care about debugging machine learning models

For all the excitement about machine learning (ML), there are serious impediments to its widespread adoption. Not least is the broadening realization that ML models can fail. And that’s why model debugging, the art and science of understanding and fixing... Continue Reading →

Is Web Design Easier or Harder Than it was 10 Years Ago?

Is it harder or easier to build a website now than 10 years ago? Has the bar gone up or down? I don't have any data for you, but I can shell out some loosey-goosey opinions. Read more >

An Introduction to DataFrame

Last month, we announced .NET support for Jupyter notebooks, and showed how to use them to work with .NET for Apache Spark and ML.NET. Today, we’re announcing the preview of a DataFrame type for .NET to make data exploration easy. If you’ve... Continue Reading →

Software Is About Developing Knowledge More Than Writing Code

The most impactful lesson I've learned in 2019 has to be this quote - "Software Is About Developing Knowledge More Than Writing Code" by Li Hongyi I specialize in Data Analytics in the cloud and I work with clients from different industries.... Continue Reading →

Webmention

Webmention is a simple way to notify any URL when you link to it from your site. Read more >

The Path To Become A Mobile Developer In 2020

Are you considering mobile development as a career path in 2020? Mobile Apps are everywhere and every product has a mobile version in the app store. I hardly ever use my laptop to browse the internet, or shop for products... Continue Reading →

Six Web Performance Technologies to Watch in 2020

Reading the technical press you would be forgiven for thinking that 2020 is going to be a great year for web performance. Repeatedly touted are the blazing fast speeds we will achieve with 5G, the fundamental improvements that HTTP/3 will... Continue Reading →

Software development trends for 2020

Plenty of software development technology has gone through a huge shift in the past few years. DevOps is the norm, the world is application-centric, and framework frenzy is in full swing. Looking towards the next decade, here are a few... Continue Reading →

JavaScript, ES6, ES7, ES10 where are we?

What is JavaScript? According to Wikipedia, it is a scripting language that conforms to the ECMAScript specification. ES6, ES7, etc… You probably have heard those names, you also have most likely been using ES6 for a while (with Babel in a lot of cases). Read more >

Amazon is now offering quantum computing as a service

Google and IBM may be battling for quantum supremacy, but Amazon is currently happy to be a middleman — today, it’s announcing and launching a preview of Amazon Braket, its attempt to turn the nascent field of quantum computing into a service... Continue Reading →

WebAssembly 1.0 Becomes a W3C Recommendation and the Fourth Language to Run Natively in Browsers

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) recently announced that the WebAssembly Core Specification is now an official web standard. Following HTML, CSS and JavaScript, WebAssembly thus becomes officially the fourth language to run natively in browsers. Read more >

.NET Core, TypeScript Head List of In-Demand Freelancer Skills

Microsoft developer technologies fared well in Upwork's list of the top 100 in-demand skills as compiled by the freelancer-focused careers company. Read more >

Using WebAssembly from .NET with Wasmtime

Wasmtime, the WebAssembly runtime from the Bytecode Alliance, recently added an early preview of an API for .NET Core, Microsoft’s free, open-source, and cross-platform application runtime. This API enables developers to programmatically load and execute WebAssembly code directly from their .NET programs.... Continue Reading →

6 Tips for Faster Coding

In the age of continuous everything, being able to write code quickly is often critical for being a successful developer. If it takes too long to churn out code for a new feature, you risk being the kink that holds up... Continue Reading →

How to Secure your Frontend JavaScript Code Against Vulnerabilities and Attacks

A lot of the modern web apps have moved from older JavaScript solutions like jQuery to newer technologies. People are often drawn towards using React.js, Vue & Angular thanks to the benefits of isomorphic (or universal) rendering and their popularity.... Continue Reading →

Getting Started with GraphQL

GraphQL was developed by Facebook in 2012 to power up its mobile apps. Since open-sourcing GraphQL specification in 2015, it gained a lot of popularity and is now used by many development teams, including giants like GitHub, Twitter or Airbnb. Why so?... Continue Reading →

Developer Roadmaps

Step by step guides and paths to learn different tools or technologies. Read more >

Computer things they didn’t teach you in school #2 – Code Pages, Character Encoding, Unicode, UTF-8 and the BOM

OK, fine maybe they DID teach you this in class. But, you'd be surprised how many people think they know something but don't know the background or the etymology of a term. I find these things fascinating. In a world... Continue Reading →

Windows will improve user privacy with DNS over HTTPS

Here in Windows Core Networking, we’re interested in keeping your traffic as private as possible, as well as fast and reliable. While there are many ways we can and do approach user privacy on the wire, today we’d like to... Continue Reading →

JavaScript isn’t always available and it’s not the user’s fault

You might have heard that the percentage of users without JavaScript is approximately 1% and that these people actively turn it off. And on that basis that it’s okay to exclude them. Read more >

Improvements in .NET Core 3.0 for troubleshooting and monitoring distributed apps

Operating distributed apps is hard. Distributed apps typically consists of multiple components. These components may be owned and operated by different teams. Every interaction with an app results in distributed trace of code executions across many components. If your customer... Continue Reading →

GitHub for mobile

Bring GitHub collaboration tools to your small screens with GitHub for mobile. Sign up for the iOS beta or get on the list for our Android version—and we’ll let you know when your app of choice is ready. Read more >

Intel, Mozilla, Red Hat, and Fastly partner to make WebAssembly a cross-platform runtime

Intel, Mozilla, Red Hat, and Fastly announced today the creation of the Bytecode Alliance, an open-source foundation that will work to make WebAssembly into a cross-platform runtime that can be used on native mobile, desktop, and server environments, and not just... Continue Reading →

Design Patterns in JavaScript

Design patterns are documented solutions to commonly occurring problems in software engineering. Engineers don’t have to bang their heads on the problems that someone else has already solved. Read more >

Modern JavaScript features you may have missed

Despite writing JavaScript almost every working day for the past seven years, I have to admit I don’t actually pay that much attention to ES language announcements. Major features like async/await and Proxies are one thing, but every year there’s a steady stream of... Continue Reading →

Google’s .new shortcuts are coming to other websites, and you’ll be able to register your own

Last year, Google introduced the handy “.new” shortcuts for Google Docs, Slides, and Sheets, so you could type something like “docs.new,” into your browser’s URL bar and a fresh G Suite document of that kind would open in a new tab. Soon,... Continue Reading →

Report: JavaScript becomes most in-demand developer technology

JavaScript is rising the ranks as the most in-demand developer technology. Pluralsight Technologies released its Technology Index, and found JavaScript to be at the top. Last year when the company released the index in April, JavaScript scored at number four. Read more... Continue Reading →

Modern web development: what makes it ‘modern’?

The phrase ‘modern web development’ is one that I have clung to during years writing copy for Packt books. But what does it really mean? I know it means something because it sounds right – but there’s still a part of me that feels that it’s... Continue Reading →

Build security into your next website

If you wanted to send a secret message by mail, would you rather send it in an envelope, or on a postcard? If you send it on a postcard, anyone who saw the postcard on its way to the recipient... Continue Reading →

Understand the JavaScript SEO basics

JavaScript is an important part of the web platform because it provides many features that turn the web into a powerful application platform. Making your JavaScript-powered web applications discoverable via Google Search can help you find new users and re-engage... Continue Reading →

HEAD

A free guide to HTML5 <head> elements. Read more >

HTTP/3: the past, the present, and the future

During last year’s Birthday Week we announced preliminary support for QUIC and HTTP/3 (or “HTTP over QUIC” as it was known back then), the new standard for the web, enabling faster, more reliable, and more secure connections to web endpoints like websites... Continue Reading →

A $100 Million Investment to Reshape the Economics of the Web

Coil, Mozilla, and Creative Commons have launched Grant for the Web, an ambitious initiative to empower individual creators and galvanize an alternative business model for online content. Read more >

Webflow: The Web Development Platform Of The Future

The market is filled with site builders that promise to be universal solutions for any design challenge, but when it comes to practice, they fall short on both the design and development side. Only a few tools actually keep their... Continue Reading →

PHP in decline: The rise and fall of a programming language

Once upon a time, PHP was one of the most popular programming languages. Now it’s slowly fading in popularity, especially with the rise of languages such as Python. According to the TIOBE Index for September 2019, PHP is struggling to... Continue Reading →

Machine Learning For Front-End Developers With Tensorflow.js

Using JavaScript and frameworks like Tensorflow.js is a great way to get started and learn more about machine learning. In this article, Charlie Gerard covers the three main features currently available using Tensorflow.js and sheds light onto the limits of... Continue Reading →

Analysis of the average JavaScript developer and their favourite tools

A new analysis based on data from StackOverflow has shed light on the average JavaScript developer and their favourite tools and technologies. JavaScript remains the world's most popular programming language despite many others nipping at its heels. Read more >

Debugging WebAssembly Outside of the Browser

WebAssembly has begun to establish itself outside of the browser via dedicated runtimes like Mozilla’s Wasmtime and Fastly’s Lucet. While the promise of a new, universal format for programs is appealing, it also comes with new challenges. For instance, how do you debug .wasm binaries?... Continue Reading →

jQuery Mobile: Hộp thoại, bố cục dạng lưới và khả năng thu gọn hay mở rộng nội dung

Các hộp thoại (dialog) Để tạo các hộp thoại trong jQuery Mobile, chúng ta dùng hai thuộc tính là data-rel và data-dialog. Thuộc tính data-rel được gán đến giá trị là dialog được thêm đến liên kết mà từ đó... Continue Reading →

How Web Content Can Affect Power Usage

Users spend a large proportion of their online time on mobile devices, and a significant fraction of the rest is users on untethered laptop computers. For both, battery life is critical. In this post, we’ll talk about factors that affect... Continue Reading →

GitHub supports Web Authentication (WebAuthn) for security keys

GitHub now supports Web Authentication (WebAuthn) for security keys—the new standard for secure authentication on the web. Starting today, you can use security keys for two-factor authentication on GitHub with even more browsers and devices. And, since many browsers are actively working... Continue Reading →

A Beginner’s Introduction to Python Web Frameworks

Since you’re reading this, it’s safe to assume you’re interested in taking up Python—or maybe you’ve already started learning this awesome language. It doesn’t seem too daunting, right? You can code, after all, so it’s just a matter of grasping the differences... Continue Reading →

Rendering on the Web

As developers, we are often faced with decisions that will affect the entire architecture of our applications. One of the core decisions web developers must make is where to implement logic and rendering in their application. This can be a... Continue Reading →

Introducing the New React DevTools

We are excited to announce a new release of the React Developer Tools, available today in Chrome, Firefox, and (Chromium) Edge! Read more >

The Best JavaScript Meme I’ve Ever Seen, Explained in detail

I create content for developers who want a deep understanding of their tools (Yazeed Bzadough). Read more >

jQuery Mobile và HTML Forms

Form là thành phần không thể thiếu đối với một website. jQuery Mobile cung cấp hai cải tiến quan trọng cho các HTML Form: Thứ nhất, tất cả các form sẽ submit dữ liệu qua Ajax. Điều này có nghĩa... Continue Reading →

PHP End of Life (a reminder)

As of December 2018 PHP 5 and 7.0 became End of Life. It is now July 2019 and up to 74%of PHP powered sites in the top 1 million are running software that is End of Life. This means there is no... Continue Reading →

The 2019 Web Developer Roadmap – A Visual Guide to Becoming a Front End, Back End, or DevOps Developer

There are many ways you can go about picking up the skills you need to become a developer. There are linear curriculums that teach you a bit of everything - like freeCodeCamp's full stack development curriculum. And then there are... Continue Reading →

jQuery Mobile: Danh sách

Tạo một danh sách Chúng ta có thể tạo một danh sách bằng ngôn ngữ HTML dùng ol (danh sách có thứ tự) hay ul (danh sách không thứ tự) và phần việc định dạng giao diện danh sách trông... Continue Reading →

Why Most Unit Testing is Waste

Unit testing is of course not just an issue in object-oriented programming, but the combination of object-orientation, agile software development, and a rise in tools and computing power has made it de rigueur. Read more >

Reinventing Firefox for Android: a Preview

At Firefox, we’re passionate about providing solutions for people who care about safety, privacy and independence. For several months, we’ve been working on a new strategy for our Android products to serve you even better. Today we’re very happy to... Continue Reading →

Micro Frontends

Good frontend development is hard. Scaling frontend development so that many teams can work simultaneously on a large and complex product is even harder. In this article we'll describe a recent trend of breaking up frontend monoliths into many smaller,... Continue Reading →

jQuery Mobile: Thanh điều hướng (navigation bar)

Thanh điều hướng Trong bài trước, chúng ta đã làm quen với các nút trên vùng header và footer. Tuy nhiên, với jQuery Mobile, chúng  ta có thể tạo các thanh điều hướng, một công cụ hiệu quả hơn so... Continue Reading →

How to choose which programming language you should learn in 2019

Thanks to the internet, anyone in the world can access world-class resources to learn how to code for little or no money. While that’s great for anyone who wants to become a software developer, it also creates a challenge — especially if... Continue Reading →

What’s New In DevTools (Chrome 76)

Hello! Here's what's new in Chrome DevTools in Chrome 76. Read more >

An Exercise Program for the Fat Web

When I wrote about App-pocalypse Now in 2014, I implied the future still belonged to the web. And it does. But it's also true that the web has changed a lot in the last 10 years, much less the last 20 or... Continue Reading →

W3C AND THE WHATWG SIGNED AN AGREEMENT TO COLLABORATE ON A SINGLE VERSION OF HTML AND DOM

Today W3C and the WHATWG signed an agreement to collaborate on the development of a single version of the HTML and DOM specifications. The Memorandum of Understanding jointly published as the WHATWG/W3C Joint Working Mode gives the specifics of this collaboration. This... Continue Reading →

Internet of Things and the Modern Web

Home Assistant is world's biggest open-source home automation platform. It supports over 1000 devices and services, and it is used everywhere: homes, boats and museums. Today I want to talk about our UI, what we're trying to solve and how we solve it. Before we dive into... Continue Reading →

PHP in 2019

Do you remember the popular "PHP: a fractal of bad design" blog post? The first time I read it, I was working in a crappy place with lots of legacy PHP projects. This article got me wondering whether I should... Continue Reading →

jQuery Mobile: header và footer

Header Trong các bài viết trước về jQuery Mobile, chúng ta có thể dễ dàng thêm header của trang dùng thuộc tính data-role trong thẻ div như sau: Kết quả Chúng ta có thể làm cho header đẹp hơn bằng... Continue Reading →

Web Components will replace your frontend framework

Remember when document.querySelector first got wide browser support and started to end jQuery's ubiquity? It finally gave us a way to do natively what jQuery had been providing for years: easy selection of DOM elements. I believe the same is... Continue Reading →

jQuery Mobile: các thuộc tính data-title, data-prefetch và data-transition

Thuộc tính data-title Sao chép các đoạn mã từ tập tin test.htm trong bài liên kết và hiệu ứng Ajax và lưu thành tập tin jQueryMobileDemo.html, sử dụng lại tập tin contact.html. Thực thi tập tin jQueryMobileDemo.html vừa tạo trong... Continue Reading →

Ten Lessons I Learned While Teaching Myself to Code

I learned a ton, and now I very frequently write code to help me in my job as a journalist and book author. I’ve written little scripts and programs that make my work and personal life easier. I’ve also discovered... Continue Reading →

7 web development practices challenged

There are many myths in the software business that have led to wrong best practices. In this post I will address 7 of these best practices and explain on which wrong assumptions they are based. I'm worried about the state... Continue Reading →

Best JavaScript Bloggers To Follow In 2019

Here I simply list the authors that I think are very good at writing about JavaScript. They are all strong personalities, achievers and what’s the most important JavaScript community influencers. Feel free to put everyone on this list into your favorite RSS... Continue Reading →

Gimli: A Visual Studio Code extension enabling smart visual tools for front-end developers.

Unlike other visual development platforms, Gimli is targeted towards front-end developers. Gimli is not a “no-code” solution. Instead it tries to combine visual tools often found in “no-code” solutions with your Visual Studio Code development environment. Read more >

Bạn không cần jQuery nữa đâu

Ngày nay, môi trường lập trình front-end phát triển rất nhanh chóng, các trình duyệt hiện đại đã cung cấp các API đủ tốt để làm việc với DOM/BOM. Bạn không còn cần phải học về jQuery nữa. Đồng thời,... Continue Reading →

All you need to know about hyphenation in CSS

Earlier this month I was invited to give an evening lecture at the Typography Society of Austria (tga) in Vienna. I was honoured to do so, as it meant following in the footsteps of such luminaries as Matthew Carter, Wim Crouwel, Margaret... Continue Reading →

The RedMonk Programming Language Rankings: January 2019

This iteration of the RedMonk Programming Language Rankings is brought to you by IBM. From Java to Node.js, IBM remains at the forefront of open source innovation. Try our code patterns to help build the future of open source. Read more >

jQuery Mobile: các liên kết và hiệu ứng Ajax

Hiệu ứng Ajax Trong tập tin test.html ở bài Thêm nhiều trang đến một tập tin HTML dùng jQuery Mobile, chúng ta đã tổ chức nhiều trang trong cùng một tập tin và thực hiện liên kết giữa các trang... Continue Reading →

Web scraping with Electron

Web scraping is a technique for extracting content from websites in order to archive data in a structured way. Be careful, however, to respect the terms of use of the website concerned. Read more >

Web Design 3.0: When Your Web Design Really Matters

We love web design, and it is our passion. Web design is a part of our life. Since 2000, we have watched what is happening in the web design world every day. We are involved in the web design process,... Continue Reading →

Learning to Learn

There’s been a lot of talk recently about whether or not you need a degree to be in tech (spoiler: you don’t). But please don’t take this to mean you don’t need any kind of education to be in tech,... Continue Reading →

GrapesJS: Free and Open Source Web Builder Framework

GrapesJS is an open-source, multi-purpose, Web Builder Framework which combines different tools and features with the goal to help you (or users of your application) to build HTML templates without any knowledge of coding. It's a perfect solution to replace... Continue Reading →

Thêm nhiều trang đến một tập tin HTML dùng jQuery Mobile

Dùng data-role và id Trong bài Phân vùng với jQuery Mobile, chúng ta đã làm quen với thuộc tính data-role giúp việc phân vùng hiệu quả hơn với jQuery Mobile. Thuộc tính data-role cũng hữu ích trong việc thêm nhiều... Continue Reading →

Animating CSS Grid

Sử dụng các thuộc tính grid-template-columns và grid-template-rows của CSS Grid trong Firefox Nightly https://codepen.io/ngocminhtran/pen/GPVKNw Source: css-irl.info

Phân vùng với jQuery Mobile

Thuộc tính data-role Một trong những lưu ý quan trọng khi thiết kế một trang web dùng ngôn ngữ HTML là phải chú ý phân vùng. Điều này không những giúp người thiết kế web có thể dễ dàng trong... Continue Reading →

PHP Apprentice – An online book for learning PHP

PHP Apprentice is an online, open source book about the PHP programming language. PHP is one of the most popular platforms for building websites and web services. It is a great language that is easy to learn and allows you... Continue Reading →

Sử dụng thư viện jQuery Mobile

Giới thiệu Giao diện web hiện đại phải có khả năng thay đổi theo kích thước màn hình từ máy tính bàn (desktop) đến máy tính bảng (tablet) và điện thoại di động (smartphone) – tức là responsive web.  Bạn... Continue Reading →

Nhập môn CodePen

Giới thiệu Nếu bạn đang làm việc hay học thiết kế web ở mức front-end thì CodePen là môi trường hấp dẫn giúp bạn có thể học hỏi và chia sẻ kiến thức một cách hiệu quả. Giao diện CodePen... Continue Reading →

A Recap of Frontend Development in 2018

The world of frontend development moves fast. Very fast. This article will recap the most important frontend news, notable events, and trends in JavaScript for 2018. Read more >

Magic Grid – A simple, lightweight Javascript library for dynamic grid layouts.

Creating a dynamic grid layout has never been easier. With Magic Grid, all you have to do is specify a container and listen for changes. A few other configuration options are available for convenience but it's all very simple. Read... Continue Reading →

Grow Your Technical Skills with Google

Whether you’re a student or an educator, newer to computer science or a more experienced coder, or otherwise interested in software engineering, we hope there’s something for you here in Google’s Guide to Technical Development. We’ve carefully curated a collection... Continue Reading →

A-Frame – A web framework for building virtual reality experiences

A-Frame can be developed from a plain HTML file without having to install anything. Read more >

Announcing WPF, WinForms, and WinUI are going Open Source

Buckle up friends! Microsoft is open sourcing WPF, Windows Forms (winforms), and WinUI, so the three major Windows UX technologies are going open source! All this is happening on the same day as .NET Core 3.0 Preview 1 is announced. Madness! 😉 Read more... Continue Reading →

LEARN HOW TO BUILD A DATABASE

This site hosts the lessons for LearnDB, a project that teaches you how to create a database system from scratch with Node.js and JavaScript. Read more >

Let’s build the future of the web

With actionable guidance and analysis, web.dev helps developers like you learn and apply the web's modern capabilities to your own sites and apps. Read more >

These tools will help you write clean code

Learning to write good code, but you don’t know where to start… Going through style-guides like Airbnb’s Javascript Style Guide… Trying to write code with best practices... Read more >

Building web accessibility for 2019

Today’s web content is amazingly rich. It varies from standard HTML to complex web apps full of media; such as animation, data visualization, video games, mixed reality and VR, to name a few. Such content is often inaccessible or poorly... Continue Reading →

Whatever Happened to the Semantic Web?

In 2001, Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, published an article in Scientific American. Berners-Lee, along with two other researchers, Ora Lassila and James Hendler, wanted to give the world a preview of the revolutionary new changes they... Continue Reading →

Modern Frontend Developer in 2018

The purpose of this roadmap is to give you an idea about the landscape and to guide you if you are confused about what to learn next and not to encourage you to learn what is hip and trendy. You... Continue Reading →

Google Web Designer

Create engaging, interactive HTML5-based designs and motion graphics that can run on any device. Download and Learn Googe Web Designer >

A Web Design Crash Course: From one non-designer to another

I will preface this by saying that I'm not professionally a designer. That being said, I like building pretty things and have had some success with that. A lot of developers seem overwhelmed by design, so I wanted to do... Continue Reading →

The Most Important CSS Concept to Learn

The Cascade is how CSS was designed from the very beginning, and there’s a reason it’s called CSS — Cascading Style Sheets! Sadly, CSS has a poor reputation for the same fundamental concept upon which it is built. But what exactly is the Cascade,... Continue Reading →

MSDN Magazine 2018 (Updated)

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Java Magazine July/August 2018

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How to become a developer and get your first job as quickly as possible

Have you ever thought about becoming a software developer or looking for a change of career? This article will give you a solid plan to get you started in software development and get you your first job! Read more >

The whole of WordPress compiled to .NET Core and a NuGet Package with PeachPie

A year ago you could very happily run WordPress (a very NON-trivial PHP application, to be clear) under .NET Core using Peachpie. You would compile your PHP into an assembly and then do something like this in your Startup.cs... Read... Continue Reading →

Friendly web development tutorials for complete beginners

Learning to code shouldn’t be hard. We’re making it easier by putting together a comprehensive set of web development tutorials to help transform complete beginners into talented Interneting professionals. We’ve got the curriculum, all you need is the motivation to... Continue Reading →

The book: Test-Driven Web Development with Python

"Test-Driven Web Development with Python" aims to teach TDD for web programming... Read more >

5 Projects to Help You Learn React

If you’re in the middle of trying to learn React, you have probably run into the “the gap.” You have a handle on the basics: components, props, state. You’ve done a tutorial or two, and probably built a few To... Continue Reading →

Teach Programming to become a better programmer

Are you bored with programming? Why not teach it. Certainly it is one of the most rewarding feelings teaching someone programming and inspiring new leaders in our fruitful field. Who knows they might go onto building something that changes the... Continue Reading →

Web Framework Benchmarks

This is a performance comparison of many web application frameworks executing fundamental tasks such as JSON serialization, database access, and server-side template composition. Each framework is operating in a realistic production configuration. Results are captured on cloud instances and on... Continue Reading →

CSS Box Alignment

The CSS Box Alignment module specifies CSS features that relate to the alignment of boxes in the various CSS box layout models: block layout, table layout, flex layout, and grid layout. The module aims to create a consistent method of... Continue Reading →

Debugging Modern Web Applications

Xây dựng và debugging các ứng dụng JavaScript hiện đại trong Firefox DevTools. Xem chi tiết > 

News for May 2018

Understanding Machine Learning: From Theory to Algorithms A Short Introduction to The Art of Programming (pdf) New CSS Features That Are Changing Web Design Java is too old, What should you learn in 2018? Everything old is new again: Microservices... Continue Reading →

Learn React by building a web app

Học React thông qua một ví dụ cụ thể. Xem chi tiết >

Here are examples of everything new in ECMAScript 2016, 2017, and 2018

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Cách sử dụng CSS Grid để cải thiện layout của ứng dụng. Xem chi tiết >

JavaScript in the Internet of Things: JerryScript and the Fitbit Ionic

JavaScript trong thời đại IoT (Internet of Things). Xem chi tiết >

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10 Tips for 10x Application Performance

Các thủ thuật hay dùng cho việc cải thiện hiệu năng của ứng dụng web. Xem chi tiết >

The Ultimate Guide to JavaScript Frameworks

Một bài viết giới thiệu và phân tích về JavaScript Framework hay nhất mà tôi từng biết. Xem chi tiết >

Programming Notes for Professionals books

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Một chia sẻ về tương lai của jQuery UI và jQuery Mobile trên blog của cộng đồng jQuery. Xem chi tiết >

JavaScript. The Core: 2nd Edition

Một bài giảng sâu sắc về những khái niệm trong JavaScript. Xem chi tiết >

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Một bài viết phân tích sâu sắc về chi phí và cách viết code JavaScript hiệu quả. Xem chi tiết >

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C# phiên bản 7.1 đã sẵn sàng trong Visual Studio 2017. Xem chi tiết >

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Học về Flexbox và Grids - những công nghệ cốt lõi của CSS hiện đại. Xem chi tiết >

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Tài liệu đặc tả ECMAScript (JavaScript (Netscape) hay JScript (Microsoft)) 2018 (ES9) mô tả đầy đủ những đặc trưng (cũ và mới) của ECMAScript. Xem chi tiết > Xem thêm ECMAScript 2016 và ECMAScript 2017.

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Tập hợp các ghi chú về cấu trúc dữ liệu và các kĩ thuật lập trình thể hiện qua hai định dạng HTML và PDF. Xem chi tiết với định dạng HTML >

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Nếu là người học và làm việc trên nền tảng .NET của Microsoft thì không ai là không biết đến khái niệm .NET Runtime. Tuy nhiên, mô tả một cách chi tiết .NET Runtime thì không có nhiều tài liệu,... Continue Reading →

MSDN Magazine 9/2017

Tạp chí MSDN tháng 9/2017 có nhiều bài viết rất thú vị. Xem chi tiết >

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.NET Standard và .NET Core là hai khái niệm thường gây nhầm lẫn cho những người bắt đầu làm quen với .NET hay thậm chi cả những người làm việc lâu năm trên .NET. Bài viết của chuyên gia Immo Landwerth... Continue Reading →

Hiểu thêm về JavaScript

Hai bài viết thú vị về các khái niệm và ứng dụng trong JavaScript: Bàn về các khái niệm Scope và Closure > Cách tạo các tập tin Zip với thư viện JSZip >

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Giao thức HTTP/2 đang dần chiếm ưu thế trong thế giới website và các ứng dụng. Khi xây dựng website, chúng ta cần cách thức tốt nhất để quản lý các tập tin CSS và JS - là những thành... Continue Reading →

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