Just recently I was fed up with my WordPress based blog. I was using a pre-canned theme and overall felt like the whole thing was sluggish and confusing in terms of usability and general visual appearance. As I was always jealous about dev.to’s lightning fast loading speed I thought hey – why not turn this into […]
Few days ago while watching the Apple iPhone 12 keynote I wondered – Could you use this thing as a device to do programming on? So I tried. In this Video I will try to build a React + Node/Express app entirely on my iPhone SE using my favourite iOS IDE PlayJs.
Choosing between modern web frameworks can be hard, especially if you’re not familiar with all of them. But don’t worry, I don’t either and you won’t have to as well. However, here are 4 tips on choosing the right tool for your next project. 1 Choosing based on Project Requirements Look at the requirements of […]
I couldn’t believe there is no liquid tag for Giphy in dev.to. So I thought: “Hmm, maybe the platform is smart enough if I just paste in the HTML embedded tag from Giphy” – but nope. Not working. So, here is how I solved it. First find your gif. I will use this one. On […]
I was asked on YouTube to explain how to customize the appearance of the prev/next arrows in the React version of Swiper Js. There are 2 methods. One is to simply overwrite the color value. The other one is to completely replace the image. Follow along to learn how to accomplish both. 1. Change Color of […]
You think your accounts are safe because you turned on Multi Factor Authentication (MFA)? Well, think again. Here are 3 ways how hackers can bypass it and gain access to your precious data.
I’ve been asked on YouTube how to use breakpoints in the new react version of Swiper, so here it is. Download Source Code First, you have to set breakpoints in jsx: Then, add custom media queries to your css: Hope this was helpful to you, don’t forget to checkout my working demo on GitHub. Leave […]
After many years of being tied to 3rd party React versions of SwiperJS the official team has now created its own version of SwiperJS for React. In this tutorial I will explain how to use it. Find source code here:https://github.com/valnub/swiper-react-demo Follow me on Twitter:https://www.twitter.com/timo_ernst