Among thousands of files on my computer, I have some with special meanings for me. Photos, videos, papers, and spreadsheets – they occupy dedicated places within my filesystem. That’s the problem – they exist only on my hard drive. However, I sometimes need a quick access to these files from my smartphone or other computers. The solution seems to be simple: migrating to the cloud. But what if I definitely don’t want to keep these files outside?
ECMAScript 6 has an amazing feature called Arrow Function. It allows writing a function expression faster and smarter than traditional way (using functionkeyword). Worth to know, it’s not a one to one replacement for standard functions.
This kind of libraries (and frameworks) provide an another abstraction layer behind our code making the execution process more complex. It’s invisible until you’ll need to debug your code because of errors.
Do you use constants in your code? Probably a lot. Even if you don’t define your own is highly probable that you use some constants defined by other libraries or a language itself. Constants are very powerful unless you use it in the wrong way.
In September, I wanted to try something new, so I started a simple project to check my abilities in UX and front-end development. The idea was simple — create customizable, reusable and highly accessible buttons. I have experience with front-end but I usually use CSS frameworks like Bootstrap or Foundation. But not now. I decided to design the whole page completely from scratch.