Congratulations to the latest graduates of the UC Berkeley Coding Boot Camp: After 24 grueling weeks, 3 group projects, 19 homework assignments, blood, sweat, and tears, this group graduated Nov 1, 2018. They are ready to enter the tech industry, having demonstrated their abilities to build full stack web apps. […]
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While migrating servers, this code in .htaccess stopped working for me: <Files filename> SetHandler application/x-httpd-php </Files> After hours of searching (and mostly playing around), this fixed it: <Files filename> SetHandler application/x-httpd-ea-php56 </Files>
Nothing is more frustrating when learning full-stack web development than running into the dreaded CORS roadblock Turns out there’s an easy fix: https://cors-anywhere.herokuapp.com Only one little problem. It goes down from time to time, usually when you need it the most. Fortunately, it’s super easy to create your own cors-anywhere […]
This video demonstrates the logo animation business wanted to achieve. Basically, it’s one yellow circle and 4 stars that animate in different directions at different times. Fortunately, this can all be achieved using CSS animations. See the Pen gap_old_navy_bright_logo by Mark (@markfm) on CodePen. The raw CSS is pretty […]
Capturing screen animations couldn’t be easier with LICEcap On MAC, the app is installed with a terminal command: `brew cask install LICEcap` Then you can do things like this: Plus, it’s also free!
Here’s a great explanation of React Router 4 — how it’s different (and better!) than version 3.
Creating HTML emails is hard — much more difficult than creating a web page in HTML. Bootstrap and Foundation spoil front end developers. Slap a couple classes in your code and you can have a beautiful, if not at least beautifully rendered, adaptive/responsive site in nearly every browser. Not so with […]