If you're just starting your journey with the magic of APIs, Postman will soon become an invaluable tool for you. Get started with API testing using Postman in this short tutorial.
In a sentence, React Suspense lets you handle loading states in your application in an idiomatic, React-y, sorta magical way. Despite being available for several years, however, most of us don’t use Suspense in our apps. Why is that? Should we be using it?
APIs are growing in importance in web development architecture, being used in increasingly complex ways. Let's explore 13 interesting APIs: what they do, the services they offer, and potential projects they could be used in.
You may have heard names like Next.js, Nuxt.js, and Angular dominating the meta-framework landscape. Each of these addresses common concerns like routing, layouts, serverless backends, and CSS bundling with out-of-the-box solutions. But which one is best for you? And who are all of the newcomers to the category?
In basic terms, an API is a connection between two computers or two computer programs. We'll review how they work and all of the terms that you'll need to know to understand them.
How can you ensure that reusable components that stay accessible when implemented by content creators? As a developer, you can influence these outcomes through code and conversation.
With key metrics and an understanding of how CSS frameworks evolved, you'll have the tools to make an informed choice about which CSS framework is best for you.
You may be wondering, “How do I actually set my project up for accessibility success in Next.js?” Now, we’re going to go through specific tips for how to optimize a project for accessibility from the start.
Accessibility is about making the web usable for most people, and it's critical for preventing discrimination. As developers, we can and should use our unique power as architects of the web to prevent discrimination by prioritizing accessibility.
Though the Next.js data fetching documentation gives a comprehensive overview of your options, you still have to figure out which approach to take for which circumstance. Here's how to decide.
Svelte is one of the fastest-growing web development tools, and SvelteKit is Svelte's back-end framework. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to build and launch a website from scratch with Svelte and SvelteKit.
Hjörtur Hilmarsson, CEO and co-founder of 14islands, stopped by the Prismic Studio to explain how and when animations can improve UX.