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If you've been living under a rock or buried in projects throughout 2017, this is the article for you. A lot happened in 2017 that is setting up 2018 for a lot of action and innovation. You can also use this as a guide to plan out your growth as a developer in 2018 to help you get on more innovative projects. React vs. Vue.js Let's get straight to the good stuff: This time last year, not many had faith that Vue would ever become a big competitor

Something that always seems to come up in my development is the need to find character combinations within a string and render those characters in a special way to the end user. Earlier in 2017, I wrote an article titled, Highlight Text Within a String Using Angular and Regular Expressions, which focused on highlighting text in a string using the very popular Angular framework. Using regular expressions, the text was replaced with an HTML-wrapped

The majority of software developers considers the co-existence of umpteen JavaScript toolings as a downside of the language and its community. Eventually, they get to pick a side on the tooling available for their work and start hating the others. These are people who think CSS-in-JS is a solution for people who do not understand CSS, people who think NPM is preposterous and only Yarn should be used simply because they never upgraded their NPM ve

Animation can explain whatever the mind can conceive. When animation is functionally applied to a website or app, the event flow can easily map with the user's ability to navigate through the app. In the post Animating React Applications, we covered multiple ways to animate in React, including mounting and unmounting animations without explicitly using the lifecycle hooks. We were able to do this simply with ReactCSSTransitionGroup and better wit

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