24 Jun

Editing Like Magic With Vim Operators

This is a chapter Editing Like Magic with Vim Operators from the book Boosting Your Coding Fu with VSCode and Vim

Motions aren't just for moving. They can be used in combination with a series of commands called operators to edit your code at the spe...

24 Jun

The 7 Most Popular DEV Posts from the Past Week

Every Monday we round up the previous week's top posts based on traffic, engagement, and a hint of editorial curation. The typical week starts on Monday and ends on Sunday, but don't worry, we take into account posts that are published later in the wee...

24 Jun

How do you handle unproductive days at work?

It's Monday, you feel unmotivated to write any single line of code, it's hard to give a good review to your teammate.

How do you handle those days when you feel like your productivity and motivation are very low?

How you boost motivation and produc...

24 Jun

Code Smell: No AND in Function name

Function should adhere to the Single Responsibility Principle - meaning it should do one thing and one thing only. So if your function name includes "AND", it means you're doing too much. Solution? Remove the "AND" and split it into separate function...

24 Jun

An Introduction to Accessible Labeling

Originally posted on a11ywithlindsey.com. If you'd like to see video examples of how screen readers interpret these, they are at the source!

Last week, I got a decent amount of folks who found the aria states blog post helpful. This week I wanted to c...

24 Jun

Building a Conference Schedule with CSS Grid

It’s hard to beat the feeling of finding a perfect use for a new technology. You can read every handy primer under the sun and ooh-and-ahh at flashy demos, but the first time you use it on your own project… that’s when things really click.

I gained a new appreciation for CSS Grid when building a flexible layout for a conference schedule. The needs of the project aligned perfectly with grid’s strengths: a two-dimensional (vertical and horizontal) layout with … Read article

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24 Jun

Building a Conference Schedule with CSS Grid

It’s hard to beat the feeling of finding a perfect use for a new technology. You can read every handy primer under the sun and ooh-and-ahh at flashy demos, but the first time you use it on your own project… that’s when things really click.

I gained a new appreciation for CSS Grid when building a flexible layout for a conference schedule. The needs of the project aligned perfectly with grid’s strengths: a two-dimensional (vertical and horizontal) layout with … Read article

The post Building a Conference Schedule with CSS Grid appeared first on CSS-Tricks.

24 Jun

Publish to DEV from Google Docs

TL;DR: You can now write your articles for DEV in Google Docs, then publish it to DEV with Cloudpress. For free.

BTW, you can view the original Google Doc for this article to get an idea of how Cloudpress converts the content when exporting to DEV.

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