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Useful tools for web developers

When you want to make a website with will be highly ranked in Google Search Engine, and people wouldn’t have problems opening this site and will smoothly interact with it you need to use several tools to check if your website is perfectly designed. In this post, I has been

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Widok na Muzeum Współczesne we Wrocławiu z pobliskiego skweru.
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No more console.log

How much console.log can be written here and there? At the beginning, I didn’t mind checking the status of the application with this command added here and there to the code, but I’m starting to write more complex applications and decided to look for some alternatives.

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JavaScript ES6

Back to learning ES6 JavaScript. So far, I have learned to write code in the ES5 version. I know that this is an old version of the code and I know that no one uses it now, because ES6 introduced a lot of nice ease in writing code, but you

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Continuous improvement, it is worth my time?

There comes a moment in the life of every web developer when we ask ourself Is it good to continuously improve this application? We learn new knowledge and it turns out that a project can be written better. Continuous improvement it’s something natural in the IT world. But it’s also

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Widok na kościół Najświętszej Marii Panny we Wrocławiu.
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How good you know JavaScript?

“So you think you know JavaScript” is the title of one of the JavaScript bibles available on the Internet and I think I know where the idea for the title of the book came from. This week I was working on my first major JavaScript application and I understood one

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Górskie jeziorko na tle niskich choinek i nieba.
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When you completed the front end developer course…

I finished the “WTF Co ten front end” developer training. This is probably the most important event of this week. Well past the deadline, but inspired by many interesting threads. Thanks to the topics covered in the WTF front end developer training, I got deeper into CSS and JavaScript. I

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Wrocławski ratusz na tle ciemnych chmur burzowych.
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JavaScript HydroApp

Another week, another project completed. This one required real mental gymnastics and many hours of learning JavaScript, but in the end, I made it, and the application for counting drinking glasses of water finally works.

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Widok na stary budynek z jednego ze skwerów w Gdańsku.
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Useful website

Long hours on the train and plenty of time to write a Pig Games app. The mechanics of the game wasn’t difficult to write because the game itself is not complicated. It is different to prepare a responsive and desktop version. It took by far the longest time, but the

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This JavaScript

This week, I mainly studied the basics of JavaScript. I must have exaggerated with absorbing, I would have said more so that I absorbed it. The basics and understanding of how code works are important, but learning without coding is so tiresome.

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