I deleted many resources I found useful because I restricted myself to sharing only blog posts here.
I want to change things up by sharing things I found helpful. I’ll send them once a month. Let me know if you enjoy this new format, or if you have any feedback!
Without further ado, let’s jump in.
I had to reconfigure my Macbook after sending it for repairs. During the reconfiguration period, I noticed the instructions I linked to in “Setting up a local MongoDB connection” were outdated.
Here’s an updated version on how to install MongoDB on a Mac.
To manage focus, you need to find keyboard-focusable elements.
When I saw the CSS Tricks redesign, I was hooked. I loved the links with gradients. I told myself I’m going to use gradient links for my next project.
I want to share what I learned about creating gradient links
2019 has ended. Once again, I want to conduct my year-end review in public. This time, in a lot more depth and rawness compared to the previous years.
MongoDB documents have a size limit of 16MB. This means you can use subdocuments (or embedded documents) if they are small in number.
For example, Street Fighter characters have a limited number of moves. Ryu only has 4 special moves. In this case, it’s okay to use embed moves directly into Ryu’s character document.
But if you have data that can contain an unlimited number of subdocuments, you need to design your database differently.
One way is to create two separate models and combine them with populate.