October 27, 2021 — If your website has been equipped with a dark theme, there will be a good chance where you might want to render some of the images based on the device’s theme. i.e. Dark or Light theme.
October 24, 2021 — The recently launched https://vscode.dev by GitHub last week was all the buzz and talk of the town. People got crazy about it because now you’re getting a full-fledged VS Code right into your browser. And because of this, you don’t need to install VS Code on your system anymore.
October 21, 2021 — Okay… Here’s a confession. I love box shadows! And you can make it out by looking around on this blog. They are all over the place. Some are subtle while some are prominent.
October 19, 2021 — Strings are tricky things to work with when it comes to programming. But thankfully, Laravel provides a lot of helper methods that can fulfill almost all the use-cases you might have when you’re working with strings.
October 18, 2021 — Chrome’s Dev Tools is a gold mine of little features. While some of them are pretty useful, some are just there. But the problem here is these features sit deep inside the settings panel and to really discover them, you have to dig them. Feature-by-feature!
October 13, 2021 — When you’re using Laravel’s Http client to make Http requests and something went wrong from the server-side, the server would return one of the error reponses such as 500 Internal Server Error, 502 Gateway Timeout, and so on.
October 11, 2021 — When working with Progressive Web Apps (PWA), there might be a case when you only want to show certain things when the website is in standalone mode.
October 5, 2021 — It would always be a good idea to cross-verify/confirm a destructive action before you actually perform it. For instance, while giving users the ability to delete something important, let’s say the user account, it’s a good idea to present them a confirmation popup before he/she deletes the account permanently.
October 1, 2021 — The other day I was feeling a little nerdy (like all the cool kids) and so, I attempted to add this cool-looking blinking cursor at the end of my blog’s tagline like so.
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