Scaffolding a new React app this morning and here is the npm audit security report I got:
Working as a front-end developer I frequently using DevTools Console to do almost anything inside the console (e.g. interacting with the HTML document using DOM API).
I usually open up DevTools Console with the following steps:
but, there is a shorter path, just press Ctrl + Shift + J.
Thanks for the universe for pushing me to get better at something, and this article Tools for Web Developers: Using the Console.
It’s cool, isn’t it? Imagine if we can tap this tool into build process to keep the codebase as clean as possible. But, if you guys also curious enough about jsinspect like myself, try to use it in your daily workflow, see how the tool can help you find the duplicate code easily.
I skimmed the window object references and interested to know more details about the window.onload event. Something that I frequently used in many other ways, but I notice something that I didn’t know. The things that I didn’t know about this event is when is the window.onload will be called, it’s:
These are the quote that I and every other developer who just take their first step into front-end development should keep in mind when talking about DOM.
If you need a brief conceptual introduction to the DOM head over to MDN.
Working with the distributed team is interesting and required different way to run a daily scrum. With that conditions we cannot communicate with each others face to face. Thank god we have Google Hangout which allow us to communicate easily with video chat. Based on my experiences so far Google Hangout are more realiable than Skype.
Another good thing is we can create an event in Google Calendar and add video call to the event which is handy so everytime the calendar notification popped up we can right away open the video call.