A blog about building dope things on the web, by Jake Prins.
If you’re starting a new React project, you might want to consider Next.js and Tailwind. In this article, we will explain why this would be a great choice and walk you through the process of setting up a new project using these technologies.
This time, let’s take a look at some options for styling the application. I’ve worked with different approaches like CSS modules, Styled-Components, frameworks like Bootstrap, or just vanilla CSS. In this post, we are going to focus on three of my favorites: SASS, CSS-in-JS, and Tailwind.
The world of web development is constantly changing and it is a challenge to keep a close eye on everything that is going on. Which frameworks will still be relevant in the coming year? And which programming language is most suitable for your web application? Let’s discuss six interesting technologies for web development.
On Friday, April 13th, I attended the biggest React conference in the world: React Amsterdam. Together with 1200 frontend and full-stack developers from across the globe, we gathered in the tech heart of Europe for an event with over 25 speakers. Let me tell you five things I learned on a day filled with great talks, lots of coffee, and of course some beers.
Ever wondered what it would be like to create a Chrome extension? I’m here to tell you it’s easy! Follow these steps and to turn your idea into reality. You’ll be publishing a real extension in the Chrome Web Store in no time.
Side projects come in many forms and have lots of different purposes. Some people start them to create a nice product and eventually build a successful company, but there are many other reasons why working on side projects can be exceptionally important.