Tutorials and screencasts from Bytesized Code's YouTube channel, designed to help you level up in a variety of web development frameworks, architectures, and techniques.
There's an overwhelming amount of new frameworks, tools, and methodologies in the web dev world – whether you're a beginner web developer, or an expert, it can be hard to know what to learn next. In the newest video on the Bytesized Code YouTube channel , I'll tell you about four things I think you should explore this year, and why. Hop in the comments of the video and let me know what you're planning on learning this year!
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GraphQL is an API query language and runtime.
In the newest video on the Bytesized Code YouTube channel , I'll explore what GraphQL is, why you would use it, and topics like:
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I've tinkered with a ton of programming tools this year, but none of them has captured my heart like GitHub Actions . It's a continuous integration tool, yes, but it's also a general purpose code execution platform, and it's built into the website that I use to manage my projects every day.
In this video, we'll explore the what, the why, and the how of GitHub Actions, building a very typical weather bot with a not-so-typical deployment strategy: it's deploy
Kristian here – I'm super excited to share a new series on the Bytesized Code YouTube channel! Check out the Full Stack Serverless playlist over at the channel 📺
I think it's a little silly to talk in-depth about a series of videos, so I'll briefly describe what full-stack serverless is, and why I'm excited about it.
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