I don’t know about you, but after the last bonfire challenge this one was almost too easy. In this post I will show you how to write a simple search & replace algorithm. You could almost write this in literal pseudo code and get it to work!
This is a short post to help front end developers access Instagrams API. Recently I was asked to “plugin” an instagram feed for a client, and after doing some initial research I found that all the tutorials out there were broken and therefore “out of date”.
In this post I’m going to explain how to unravel the tricky algorithm challenge called Wherefore Art Thou. At first, it seems really overwhelming with all that data being thrown at you. But with the help of the new ES 6 Array helper methods like filter and every things truly do become much clearer. It is really worth putting in some time to learn about ES6 and what it can do for you. But without further ado, lets get started!
This Roman Numerals Converter challenge is a great way to show you how to manipulate elements based on a particular number/value algorithm. In this post I show you how to solve this bonfire using the new ES6 map method. (more…)
Alright, now that I have completed the first round of Front End projects, finally we are back into scripting! In this post I’ll show you how to solve the first intermediate bonfire problem where you need to sum all numbers in a range. For example, if your range is [1 – 5], you’ll need to add 1+2+3+4+5 together.
In this post I want to walkthrough the basic principles of RESTful routing. This is an absolutely essential concept to understand as it allows you to build cleaner websites as well as work with other websites to access their API’s.
In this post I share some of my experiences with the Basic Algorithm Scripting exercises which make up the Free Code Camp Front End Web Development Certificate.
In this post I have detailed some of my favourite tools that have helped me to learn the necessary skills to become a full-stack web developer.