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Coding is the backbone of all digital platforms, transforming human ideas into functional applications. As the digital realm expands, so does the need for skilled coders. Today’s developers use a plethora of languages like JavaScript, Python, and PHP, each suited for specific tasks. A profound understanding of coding remains essential for crafting responsive, dynamic, and engaging websites.

JavaScript Date Sorter

The JavaScript Date Sorter is a vanilla JavaScript Project that uses an HTML form to grab a name and date input and adds it to an HTML table. There is a third column that takes the date, calculates the age then adds it to the table. This table can be sorted and items can be deleted. The data uses the browser LocalStorage to store the items. There are buttons to recalculate the age and clear the table.

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Hot New Web Dev – February 2022

Welcome to the February 2022 edition of the latest web development technologies. This month in hot web dev we will feature data structures and algorithms and why they are important. If you love Linux but want to try something new, take a look at the distributions to try out in 2022. As always there is the usual coding and web design resources.

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Hot New Web Dev – January 2022

Welcome to the January 2022 monthly roundup of Development resources. As you may have noticed I have shortened the title to Hot New Web Dev for this year. As usual, it will be full of the action-packed world of web design and development and also keep you posted on what’s going on in the tech world. This month we feature a look at the latest release of WordPress. Have you any thoughts on what’s going to happen with your Windows 10 computer when it comes to 2025! Let’s also see the latest in web design and development.

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Hot Web Design and Development – December 2021

Welcome to the December 2021 monthly roundup of Web Design and Development resources. I hope you have enjoyed the festive period so far. In this edition, we feature a look back at 2021. With 2022 looming I’ll highlight the new year’s resolutions for this blog. Here are the latest web design and development resources for this month. Wishing everyone a Happy New Year.

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Hot Web Design and Development – November 2021

Welcome to the November 2021 monthly roundup of Web Design and Development resources. This month we saw Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Did anyone pick up a good deal? I bagged a Rank Math Pro Subscription for a fraction of the price. As we gear up towards the festive period. Here are the latest web design and development resources for this month.

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Learn To Code in 2022 With 10+ YouTubers

Every day is a school day and even I still learn to code. If you don’t already know I am a big fan of learning. I also like watching and learning from YouTubers and I have purchased many Udemy courses. In 2020 I published Top 10 Super YouTube Coders for Learning which featured some very popular YouTube channels. Since then I have come across many more developers using Youtube to showcase various teaching styles. All of the recommended channels have fewer than 78k subscribers at the time of writing but there should be much more in my opinion. Here are the underrated YouTube channels to follow now and as we go into 2022. Here goes in no particular order.

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An Introductory Guide to Java

Java. You might’ve heard of it. It’s largely prominent in the computing world and is used for a wide variety of things. You could be a gamer, and heard of it through games like Minecraft; you could own an Android phone and know of it through that, or you could just know of it because of those pesky .jar files that you keep downloading off of the internet. It might also make you think of coffee.

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Hot Web Design and Development OS Edition – October 2021

Welcome to the October 2021 monthly roundup of Web Design and Development resources. This month’s edition features all the new operating systems. As stated in my previous episode of D&D October was going to be a busy month. Indeed so with Microsoft, Apple and Ubuntu Linux releasing their latest operating systems. In this months edition, we will focus on the new OSs which are imperative to a good coding environment.

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Yet Another Simple JavaScript To-Do List

To ask a simple question; Do we need another JavaScript to-do list? I guess it depends on whom it’s for to guess the right answer. A to-do app is generally a beginner’s project in any programming language. If I chuck another one in the mix it may be useful. It is likely to be different from any other. Why is that? My father would say, “There is more than one way to skin a cat”. (Not that he would have, he loved cats). In programming, there are many ways to do things. Whether it’s a different naming convention, organisation of code. We all have our own ways to do things. Anyhow, enough of my ramblings, let’s begin.

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Hot Web Design and Development Resources – September 2021

Welcome to the September 2021 monthly roundup of Web Design and Development resources. Unless I have been stuck under a rock, September has been a quiet month. No doubt the next 2 months will be very different! In this edition of WOW Design & Development, we take a look at an Electron alternative. As usual, we also feature the latest and greatest in the web design and development field.

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