25 May

Regular Expression Additions in ES 2018

Javascript has really come a long way in the past couple of years. With the now yearly updates of the language, there is always a lot of new things to learn. Something that is being added in 2018 is major improvements to regular expressions in JavaSc...

25 May

Regular Expression Additions in ES 2018

Javascript has really come a long way in the past couple of years. With the now yearly updates of the language, there is always a lot of new things to learn. Something that is being added in 2018 is major improvements to regular expressions in JavaSc...

25 May

Service Worker Cookbook

I stumbled upon this site the other day from Mozilla that’s a collection of recipes to get started with a Service Worker — from caching strategies and notifications to providing an offline fallback to your users, this little cookbook has it all.

You can also check out our guide to making a simple site work offline and the offline site that resulted from it.

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25 May

Digital Signatures in Open Source Projects

Originaly posted at Digital signatures for binaries in open source projects

Digital signatures provides proof that the file was authored by a trusted entity. They allow to verify the integrity of applications distributed in binary form. On Windows, ...

25 May

Digital Signatures in Open Source Projects

Originaly posted at Digital signatures for binaries in open source projects

Digital signatures provides proof that the file was authored by a trusted entity. They allow to verify the integrity of applications distributed in binary form. On Windows, ...

25 May

[AskDev] How do You get Started?

As of today, I'm completing my first week of a summer internship, and I've spent ~90% of my time just getting "set up". This means installing personal and company dev tools, understanding relevant codebases, and most importantly, troubleshooting when...

25 May

[AskDev] How do You get Started?

As of today, I'm completing my first week of a summer internship, and I've spent ~90% of my time just getting "set up". This means installing personal and company dev tools, understanding relevant codebases, and most importantly, troubleshooting when...

25 May

Changelog: Badges!

dev.to members can now receive badges for being awesome. We have rolled out a couple so far: one for having had a post appear in the weekly must-read roundup, and another for longevity.

They'll appear on folks' profiles as a collage of sorts, with...

25 May

Changelog: Badges!

dev.to members can now receive badges for being awesome. We have rolled out a couple so far: one for having had a post appear in the weekly must-read roundup, and another for longevity.

They'll appear on folks' profiles as a collage of sorts, with...

25 May

Pixel Wars: Contest Entry

What I built

I built a multiplayer browser game inspired by r/Place. The goal of the game is to control most of the board. The board has (currently) 625 cells, and the player can claim any cell by clicking on it.

If you've followed my blog entries,...