So, if you’re a developer or are working to become one, chances are you’ve hit that “wall” where your brain doesn’t want to think anymore. Perhaps words start looking funny to you? If you’re like me, music is typically the first place I go to to help stay motivated/focused.
Now more than ever, there are specific music resources available to those “deep in the trenches of code” to better boost your concentration, energy, and productivity while you work. I’d like to share a few that I’ve found pretty neat and useful. Let’s get into it!
Chances are if you’re reading this, you‘re probably exploring using React Native for the first time.
Maybe someone at work told you, or you came across it on your own while exploring how you plan to build your next mobile app. React Native takes all of the great things you’re able to do in React and optimizes it for use in a mobile app. Let’s jump in on what you need to get started!
If you’re someone like me, you’re constantly seeking the next website that makes you go “wow!”. With web searching by mobile device on the rise while computer searching on the decline, it’s safe to assume that the design should be sleek, clean, and optimized for an easy user experience. Many are turning to Bootstrap as their framework to tie the front end all together in a neat polished package. Here’s how you can get started.
Do you find yourself wondering — “with today’s tech, there must be a better a faster way to do this..”?
With these 3 Virtual Studio Code (VS Code) extensions, you’ll be one step closer to becoming a Devloping Wizard.
If you’re new to VS Code and are just starting to make web applications in Rails or another language, welcome!
Also if you are reading this, I imagine you have already installed VS Code but if not, you may do so here:
VS Code offers a lot of different extensions to make your life easier when working on any project. You’re…