I was working on a project I found on GitHub and it suggested using Volta instead of nvm for your node version management. I was skeptical at first but since I started using it, I don't think I'll use nvm again. Check out the Volta docs.
I'd been stuck on generating the mustache templates in files when running build.rb in the CLI. # :nodoc: class Index < Mustache def head puts '
This isn't the right approach and as I read more of the docs I've come to understan
Look I am not on the React team, nor am I smart enough to be. I also don't know what kind of heuristics they went with in order to create the library but something feels hacky to me while reading about useRef() and useEffect(). Why should a well designed library
I am learning about web workers. The premise makes sense but I am curious about the performance bottlenecks that would crop up by a web worker spawning more workers. Screenshot of freeCodeCamp article on Web Workers. Click the screenshot to read. What happens with this when you are on a
I'm updating my Simple Terminal Website which I wrote about three years ago. I want to better understand browser Web APIs and this is a simple enough site to test on. 1. And haven't touched... ↩︎
There's nothing wrong with a UI library, and Chakra UI is the one. TailwindCSS is an atomic design system yada yada, ad nauseam ad infinitum. What I want is a quick way to get a site up and running without overhead, especially if the site is just a bunch of
Reading this article on memoization which is the best explanation I've come across. So it's caching using a function or object to store expensive computations in memory. I think we could use a Singleton for this right? UPDATE After doing further research, a Singleton might not be the best pattern