It seems like web designers are constantly striving to optimize their creations. In the short term this benefits performance. Over the long haul it can simplify maintenance as well. Quite often, this means optimizing images, implementing page caching and serving files via a content delivery network (CDN). These are all effective measures. But one item…Details
I’m 27 and going back this summer to finish my B.S., I’m a system administrator/networking guy and would like to move over to development. A lot of this comes down to your financial situation and plan long-term. I haven’t “needed” a degree yet, but I could see it capping my career growth in the next few years if I don’t go ahead and finish.
I would lean towards a degree or self-taught, I can’t imagine you seeing a high return on web developer certificates (could be wrong though).
In our previous tutorial, we discussed how to implement basic form validation using some input attributes in HTML5 and a little regex. HTML5 Form Input Validation Using Only HTML5 and Regex Monty Shokeen In this tutorial, you will learn how to use a jQuery plugin to add form validation to your website. Using a jQuery plugin…Details
In this series, you’ll learn how to use React Native to create page layouts commonly used in mobile apps. The layouts you’ll be creating won’t be functional—instead, the main focus of this series is to get your hands dirty in laying out content in your React Native apps. If you’re new to laying out React…Details
I just watched a very interesting video on the consequences of badly designed systems. As a new web developer, I’m terrified that I overlooked a critical issu3 that creates a massive security hole every time I consider the possibility of rolling out my creation.
My question really boils down do:
When making a thing for public use, how do you ensure that all possible failure states are accounted for?