A brief introduction to Classes, Objects, and how we work together with them…


What makes a good API?

A good API has 4 traits

  • predictable and consistent: code reuse for API endpoints.
  • static: an API should not change in a breaking way.
  • simple and clear: an API should return what’s expected.
  • flexible: easy to scale and maintain

Why Rails?

RubyOnRails is mostly known for rapid agile web apps development. Following…


CSS Grid Layout brings a two-dimensional grid system to CSS. Grids can be used to layout major page areas or small user interface elements. This is similar to the Column and Row setup that many Bootstrap users are familiar with. …


Understanding the structure and information flow of an Angular application

Angular has become one of the most widely used solutions to large scale single-page web applications on the market. Starting in 2010, Google released the first open-source version of Angular (known as AngularJS), and over the next few years, the…


A summary of my experience learning Angular basics

As a developer who graduated from Flatiron School, I was exposed to the same technology many, if not all, other Software Engineering students were. This includes work with Ruby, Rails, JavaScript, and React. I quickly discovered that my passion was Front-End development…


What’s the difference, and why is this good to know?

When I set out to learn about Software Engineering, I was introduced to working with persistent data early on. The first Database Management System I worked with was SQLite3, before moving onto PostgreSQL. Making that transition was simple enough, as…


As a developer who’s recently graduated from a boot-camp and looking to start my career, I often find my self spending countless hours on side-projects. Everything from full-stack feature projects to small scale front-end React Apps. …


An introduction Color Theory and User Psychology

Have you ever stopped and wondered why so many Social Media sites use some variation of Blue as their primary color? If not then now you have. Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Venmo, Pandora, WordPress, Skype, and many more all use some shade or tint…


Tips to help formulate your debugging process

If you’ve ever been plugging away on a project and hit “Run” on your infallible block of code only to see the console have a melt-down; just know, everyone has. Errors and bugs are arguably going to consume the majority of your time as a developer and as we learn…


What?

localStorage is a part of the HTML5 Web Storage API. It allows you, the developer, the ability to store information within the browser and gives you a way to easily retrieve and use the stored data. Data is stored in the form of "key"

Information stored in localStorage is client-side…

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