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Understanding the Almighty Reducer

June 14th, 2018|

I was recently mentoring someone who had trouble with the .reduce() method in JavaScript. Namely, how you get from this: const nums = [1, 2, 3] let value = 0 for (let i = 0; i < nums.length; i++) { value += nums[i] } ...to [...]

Your Brain on Front-End Development

June 14th, 2018|

Part of the job of being a front-end developer is applying different techniques and technologies to pull of the desired UI and UX. Perhaps you work with a design team and implement their designs. I know when I look at a design (heck, even if [...]

WPML Compatible Themes – June 2018

June 14th, 2018|

Today we are happy to announce a few WPML compatible themes. The themes are: Knox, Charvi, Noor, eStore Pro If you want to review the entire multilingual ready list of themes and plugins you are welcome to view it here: Multilingual Ready Themes Multilingual Ready [...]

A Quick Roundup of Recent React Chatter

June 13th, 2018|

Like many, many others, I'm in the pool of leveling up my JavaScript skills and learning how to put React to use. That's why Brad Frost resonated with me when he posted My Struggle to Learn React." As Brad does, he clearly outlines his struggles [...]

Creating a Bar Graph with CSS Grid

June 13th, 2018|

If you’re looking for more manageable ways to create bar graphs, or in search of use cases to practice CSS Grid layout, I got you! Before we begin working on the graph, I want to talk about coding the bars, when Grid is a good [...]

​​Build live comments with sentiment analysis using Nest.js

June 13th, 2018|

(This is a sponsored post.) Interestingly, one of the most important areas of a blog post is the comment section. This plays an important role in the success of a post or an article, as it allows proper interaction and participation from readers. This makes [...]

Book in Brief: Living in Information

June 13th, 2018|

Editors’ note: This “Book in Brief” feature here on Boxes and Arrows is fromLiving in Information: Responsible Design for Digital Places by Jorge Arango. We’ll publish an excerpt, up to 500 words, of your book. The catch is that we’ll only publicize one book a month; first [...]