There's a good chance I'll start writing about Swift, SwiftUI and iOS development as well 😄.
While `.slice()` and `.splice()` are incredibly useful, the similarity of their names can cause a lot of confusion for beginner and seasoned developers alike. This post will explain the difference and, hopefully, give you the confidence to use them in your code!Read more
You might, at some point, find yourself in a situation where you have to work in dependency code. This can be done by creating a package file but this is a tedious process. Instead, I'm going to introduce you to NPM link!Read more
In this post, we're going to take a closer look at each of the four combinators: descendent, child, general sibling, and adjacent sibling. We'll look at example code as well as visualizations of how the combinators work.Read more
Over the past few months I have learned a lot of new things about Git and how you can use it to your advantage. The commands outlined in this post are by far the most useful and have been a real lifesaver for me.Read more
This month marks my first anniversary of being a frontend developer after switching over from design. There are so many things I learned along the way. In this post I want to share seven things I learned during my first year of being a developer.Read more