Finding your perfectly-fit job should not be rocket science, especially for the new job seekers.
There are lots of articles that explain how to write a killer technical resume, I will focus here on the tools that could help you build your resume, audit it, and automate the job-searching-process.
If you are using Microsoft Word for creating your resume, I can’t judge you (I used to use HTML and CSS for mine), but come on… there are hundreds of tools online to finish this task for you already with great results, and here is some:
If you already have a…
In this article, I brief what is
Optional Chaining, and why it's a game-changer. I will also try to guide you on how to configure it and use it. Let's get started.
If you already know what is Optional Chaining, you can skip the overview section, and head to the Configuration section.
Suppose you have a user, and you want to get its…
CSS might be a total mystery to you or a topic that’s near and dear to your heart. Whether you think of CSS as a “necessary evil” or think of it as topic dear to your heart, CSS is how things end up looking as you want them on screen, so a deep knowledge of CSS can be the difference between creating beautiful and polished web application with ease, and the one that struggling to align items together.
In this article I try to focus on a few key areas off CSS, through five problems and there answer, hoping to…
I thought those cubes are a 3D work, but as the author said “ he forgot to use THREE.js” and it’s all pure CSS.
What I really like here is how cubes cast shadows and reflect light, made it feels like they are really floating and rotate.
Yes, it’s not an oil painting. it’s a completely pure CSS art.
CSS has dozens of length units, but the percentage unit is one of my favorites. However, it can be very evil and troublesome sometimes.
It should be one of the easiest CSS concepts to understand, the percentage CSS data type represents a percentage value, a percentage is a ratio expressed as a fraction of 100, so it has to do some calculations to get the final computed(absolute) value.
Until now it seems straightforward, the most tricky part is that every percentage value has to be relative to some absolute value of an element. It is often relative to an element’s…
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