I am in the process of migrating my personal blog over to Gatsby (from Hugo). As part of this, I am using Tailwind (a CSS utility library) for the design of the website.
Recently, the people from Tailwind have released the first bits of a free new course called Designing with Tailwind CSS. I think this will be a great resource to learn more about web design and CSS, so if sounds like something you can benefit from, please go check it out.
I have no affiliation with them. I am just a big fan of their work.
Matthew Jones is starting a new mega-series on sorting algorithms. For each algorithm he’ll be taking us through the principles, as well as provide a code implementation. I think this is a nice opportunity to get back to some programming basics.
This is one I ran into myself recently. When posting forms in Razor Pages with AJAX, you will likely run into an issue where you requests return HTTP 400 status codes. Mike talks about the cause as well as how to work around it.
Earlier this year, Andrew wrote a series of blog posts on creating strongly-typed IDs at build-time with Roslyn. In this continuation of the series, he looks at the most common argument against the use of strongly-type IDs.
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