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Once you’ve decided to learn to code, one of the hardest questions you’ll ask yourself is: which programming language should I learn first? Let’s look at some of the concerns you might have before you begin learning, the programming languages you have to…
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No matter how large or small your application is, you’ll have to deal with fetching data from a remote server at some point. On the front end, this usually involves hitting a REST endpoint, transforming the response, caching it, and updating your UI. For years, REST has been the status quo for APIs, but over the past year, a new API technology called GraphQL has exploded in popularity due to its excellent developer experience and declarative approach to data fetching.…
A Front End Developer’s Guide to GraphQL is a post from CSS-Tricks
Every week, the Treehouse team publishes new content for you here on the Treehouse blog. From coding tutorials and tech industry tips to inspiring student stories, we’re here to give you a weekly dose of web design and development resources….
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So you’ve decided you want to learn to code, but where do you start? For every programming language we teach at Treehouse, there are beginner courses in our Library that require no prior coding experience to get started. Whether you already know…
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I work on a large team with amazing people like Simona Cotin, John Papa, Jessie Frazelle, Burke Holland, and Paige Bailey. We all speak a lot, as it’s part of a developer advocate’s job, and we’re also frequently asked where we’ll be speaking. For the most part, we each manage our own sites where we list all of this speaking, but that’s not a very good experience for people trying to explore, so I made a demo that makes it …
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This post provides a list of 5 useful jQuery code snippets that every web developer must have in his kitty. These are useful for implementing different day-to-day tasks. These snippets can be used to change the button text on click, disable text selection on the website, check Internet connectivity, randomly change the element’s color and/or […]
HTML tables are great for displaying data in tabular form and when implemented can also support features like sorting, paging, and filtering records. You may need to interact with the table to get its data when a table cell is clicked. So in this quick post, we’ll look at how to get the table cell […]
If you’re new to coding, you may be asking yourself: where is the best place to start? You’ve heard the names of countless programming languages flying around, but it’s hard to know which one is right for you. There are…
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