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Bytesized is our weekly newsletter covering important ideas for developers, sent out to 4,000+ developers around the world.
Mar
30
Our newest resource for learning CSS is here

Our newest resource for learning CSS is here

Last week, I shared what I've been working on recently — an up-to-date "codethrough" of freeCodeCamp's curriculum: walking through every exercise,
2 min read
Mar
23
Let's learn HTML and HTML5 together with freeCodeCamp!

Let's learn HTML and HTML5 together with freeCodeCamp!

"How do you learn to code?" When I started coding about a decade ago, that was a difficult question to
2 min read
Mar
16
How to learn React Native in 2021

How to learn React Native in 2021

How to get started with React Native, including the best open-source packages, courses, and tutorials. Up-to-date for 2021!
6 min read
Mar
09
Get started with exception monitoring 🤒

Get started with exception monitoring 🤒

A quick look into exception monitoring, why it matters, and how to get started in your own applications.
5 min read
Mar
02
Three ES6 JavaScript tricks you should know

Three ES6 JavaScript tricks you should know

Here's three tricks from modern JavaScript (ES6) that you need to know to improve your developer productivity.
5 min read
Feb
23
2021's best developer tool is your browser's address bar

2021's best developer tool is your browser's address bar

Four tips to use your browser's address bar more effectively.
6 min read
Feb
09
Getting started with Redis 🚈

Getting started with Redis 🚈

In this issue of Bytesized, we'll dig into the what, the why, and the how of Redis, and give you the tools you need to get started deploying your first Redis instance.
7 min read
Feb
02
Everything you need to know to get started with Tailwind CSS, the utility-first CSS framework 🍃

Everything you need to know to get started with Tailwind CSS, the utility-first CSS framework 🍃

Dive into Tailwind CSS, the utility-first CSS framework, with our collection of the best courses, blog posts, templates, and cheat sheets.
6 min read
Jan
26
What could we build with better tools for thought? 📝

What could we build with better tools for thought? 📝

In this issue of Bytesized, I'll break down the (surprisingly) burgeoning field of tools for thought, why it matters, and how it's different than the status quo of tools and software that we're using right now.
8 min read
Jan
19
How to start using Emacs, the programmer's editor 🤓

How to start using Emacs, the programmer's editor 🤓

In this issue of Bytesized, I'll unpack how to learn Emacs, some great setups that make it easy to get started with Emacs, and, if you're interested in why Emacs, deep dives on what it means to build and use text editors, especially ones that give you complete control over your editing experience.
8 min read