After installing npm in your project, it’s folder can quickly and in unexplained ways grow to a size that can’t be missed when checking your git status. In my case I already pushed it to my repo, but what if I wanted to remove it?
Recently I have grown fond of Visual Studio Code. It’s a great editor, when NOT developing C# apps. It has a support of many languages, but in this post I would like to show you a few of the extensions, connected with front-end development.
When developing Web Applications sooner or later, you will want them to look fabulous. There are at least two (that I know of, if you know more, let me know in the comments!) design guidelines with a huge background (frameworks, community…) that specify how your interface should look and feel like. In this post I would like to introduce them and explain what stood behind my decision to choose…
In my very first blog post on the contest I mentioned Yeoman, Gulp and Bower. Though my project changed, I’m still actively using the last two. I find it very helpful when with Gulp, I can make my website refresh while I’m making changes, so they are instantly visible on the screen. In this post I will show you some useful tasks that you can quickly implement in your own (web) project.
I lately told you that my initial project was too trivial (it really just needs choosing an appropriate WordPress theme and do some CSS magic) and I wanted to change it. I had started implementing it before Maciek’s green light, but now that I have it – let me tell you something about my new direction.
I will post info about my new project real soon (like tomorrow). For now, let me show you one of the problems I have/had with new ASP.NET Core when generating ASP.NET Web Application using Yeoman. Maybe it will help someone
My idea behind this contest was mainly to finally motivate myself to start programming at home, to find the passion in this craft.
This post was supposed to be about my client’s requirements, which getting was tougher than I thought it would be. I guess it can happen sometimes, when you have specific clients
But things changed…
Wroc# to konferencja organizowana przez firmę Objectivity. Na Stadionie Śląska zgromadzili się programiści i pasjonaci języka C# w liczebności niemal całej firmy, bo ok. 450 osób! Tegoroczna edycja była dopiero drugą w historii, a zainteresowanie mimo to sięgnęło zenitu. Udział był darmowy, więc w oficjalnych zapisach bilety kończyły się po 2 sekundach. Mi i licznej ekipie z mojej firmy (było nas jedenaścioro) udało się wygrać bilety w różnych konkursach organizowanych na Facebooku, choć niektórzy musieli skorzystać z uprzejmości znajomych.
Ahhh these problems… Oops, not problems – challenges!
The fight with Visual Studio began…
I’ve always wanted to know how these weird stuff works – like Yeoman, Bower, Grunt, Gulp… If these names sound strange to you – not to worry, we’ve got this.