In this Deno tutorial, we’ll see how to create a Deno CLI tool with TypeScript. We’ll explore how to read a directory and write a file. Finally, we’ll learn to publish our Deno module to GitHub and run it directly from that location and also to install it locally so it can work without connection. … Continue reading How to properly create and publish a Deno CLI tool →
Angular 10 introduces new support for TypeScript 3.9, new TS libraries and project structure, plus a stricter mode.… Continue reading New Angular TypeScript support changes in version 10 →
Let’s compare Rank Math vs Yoast and see how Rank Math surpasses Yoast in terms of features and might be the best free SEO plugin for WordPress… Continue reading Rank Math vs Yoast: 5 reasons why Rank Math might be the best free SEO plugin for WordPress →
GitHub issues are fantastic to track new features or bugs, who is assigned, categorize them, adding to projects and so on. At the same time, they’re also quite slow to create and creating a bunch of them consumes too much time.
I was tired of the slow process of creating a GitHub issue manually, so I built a free open source app to make the process much faster.… Continue reading How to create GitHub issues 5 times faster →
Deno doesn’t rely on a centralized server like npm. Anyone can publish a module to their server. Learn to create, publish, and use a Deno module.… Continue reading Publish a Deno module in 3 quick steps →
Organizations on GitHub can verify its authenticity and earn a badge by validating a domain. Let’s see how to do it in a site hosted in WordPress.com.… Continue reading 3 steps to verify a GitHub organization with a site on WordPress.com →
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