I know a few fellow devs who still use Visual Studio or Rider as their IDE for Typescript. If you’re one of them, this is going to be a little rant on you all 😄
In this short article, I will give you my 5 reasons why the backend code editor might not be the best IDE for frontend development 😉
NOTE: calling this post a “rant” is obviously humorous 😉 This article is my own opinion, not a hate on anyone using different IDEs than I do.
If I were to point out a single concept that is critical to understand in React development, it would be state management.
So what is React state management? How is it different from managing data in C# or Java? Let’s find out! 🙂
As a frontend developer, one of the things you should know is how TypeScript compiler works. Sooner or later you will work with this language (which I sincerely wish you!), so it’s good to know your stuff 😉
In this article, I will explain TypeScript compiler to you in simple terms. We will avoid complex stuff – only what you need for your everyday frontend developer’s work. We will not explore the inner workings of the TypeScript compiler Instead, we’ll see some practical implications of its workings for TypeScript developer. Let’s dive in 🙂
If you’re starting your web development journey, or maybe have already dived into it, but are not really sure what JS bundlers are and what’s their role, you’re reading a proper piece of explanation 🙂
If you use external libraries in your application, wrapping them may be very helpful. How to wrap external libraries and why it’s worth doing that? Today we’re going to dive into that, based on a TypeScript web app example 😉
I love VS Code 😍 There’s no better web code editor out there for me. Today, I’m going to share with you the 10 VS Code extensions that make my life easier. I can’t imagine coding without them. Let’s dive into it!