Developing Reusable and Customizable Modals With React and TypeScript | by L Javier Tovar | Aug, 2022

How to make a complete modal with React Portals and styled-components Photo by Vincent Giersch on Unsplash As a frontend developer, you have probably had to build a modal window on more than one occasion. This type of element differs from the typical pop-ups because it does not appear automatically, but it is the user … Read more

Developing Dynamic NFTs. Ever wanted to create an NFT that… | by Johan De Coster | Jun, 2022

Ever wanted to create an NFT that reacts to real-world events and data? Now you can, with Chain Link Oracles. Let’s check out how this can be done! Photo by Choong Deng Xiang on Unsplash Remark: Unfortunately, Chain Link Oracle is only set up on the Kovan testnet, while the OpenSea testnet is on Rinkeby. … Read more

Programming Language for Developing Web Scrapers

Over the past decade, web scraping has become a common practice that allows businesses to deal with the vast amount of data produced on the internet. With quintillions of bytes of data being created each day, it’s no wonder that people have turned to automatic software which can move through the masses and find the … Read more

Developing a Flutter Native Plugin —A Real-world Scenario | by Hashem Abounajmi | May, 2022

Writing native code in Xcode and Android Studio to communicate with Flutter Photo by Artur Shamsutdinov on Unsplash Have you ever wanted to talk to iOS / Android OS and to do specific action which is not available in Flutter? Maybe your team have separate internal packages for iOS and Android platforms which you now … Read more

Developing a RESTful API With Go. See how my Go-zero project makes it… | by Kevin Wan | May, 2022

See how my Go-zero project makes it even easier Photo by Douglas Lopes on Unsplash For most startups, we should focus more on delivering the products at the early stage of business. The monolithic services have the advantages of simple architecture, easy deployment, and better development productivity, which can help us achieve the product requirements … Read more

SAST in Secure SDLC: 3 Reasons to Integrate It in a DevSecOps Pipeline

Vulnerabilities produce enormous reputational and financial risks. As a result, many companies are fascinated by security and desire to build a secure development life cycle (SSDLC). So, today we’re going to discuss SAST — one of the SSDLC components. SAST (static application security testing) searches for security defects in application source code. SAST examines the … Read more