Dribbble is that website that became the main source (at least for me) to look into a new designs, color combinations, ui kits, etc. in order to improve my skills as a front-end developer.
So I was thinking to share with you some cool designs I’ve found but I am going to create different posts to show them in diferente categories starting with the gradient ones.Continue reading
Since I started with React Native I’ve been using this repository of packages that is very useful at the time you want to pick the best or at least whether exists that package you are looking for.
Functions and extensions in programming languages are very helpful at the time we need to get a result in less amount of time or to write less code to have our project optimised.
The optimization for some people is a very fun thing to do because you can make your app/website load faster and use a minimal amount of requests but for others is a word that has a meaning of a non-enjoyable task since you need to spend more time to the project that is actually working.
Recently, the designer I work with, recommended me to use the loader https://github.com/kisenka/svg-sprite-loader that allows to create SVG Sprites with Webpack at the time you create your build or in development mode so I decided to implement it in my current project.
The steps are very easy to follow.