Web usability and usability testing are those few buzzwords you can't afford to ignore. In this piece, we'll review the basic principles of web usability, look at how users actually use the web and how you can benefit from that knowledge to make your websites and apps better.
Nowadays, WordPress is the ultimate answer to the “How can I easily build a website?” search query. This article will guide you through the basics of site-building with WordPress and highlight how various WordPress-oriented services can make everything even easier.
In this article, we will explore how the RxJS and React combo allows for better readability and less boilerplate. Additionally, we will examine how they allow the the same functionality as the popular state management frameworks even though they aren't frameworks themselves.
At some point in their career, every web developer asks themselves: “Well, what is the best time to create a portfolio?” Luckily, we have an answer: today. First, however, you’d need to research what a web developer should portfolio look like, how to create it, what information to include — and this article will teach you exactly that.
Imposter syndrome is a pressing issue for all people, but it’s especially prevalent in the development sphere — but why is that? In this article, we will explore the definition of imposter syndrome, analyze the reasons and motivations behind it — and then we’ll outline how you can overcome imposter syndrome.
What is mentorship and how does it relate to web development? Is mentorship really a necessity or something you can do without? Where can you find a perfect coding mentor? And is there such a thing as a ‘perfect coding mentor’ anyway? In this piece, we’ll answer all of those questions.