Our remote-work future calls for simpler methods of coordination; or else what’s the point?

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I’m going to come right out and say it,

I don’t want the chaos of the pre-Covid office world in my home.

Dynamically Load Markdown Files for markdown-to-jsx

I was fussing about how to display copy in one of my React components.

Instead of dealing with HTML divs, paragraphs, images, **tables**, etc.

I found a way to just import the .md (markdown) files I already have.

This process involves:

  • markdown-to-jsx
  • light knowledge of React state management & life-cycles; we’ll use hooks here
  • light knowledge of the JavaScript Fetch API (very light knowledge, don’t worry)

The first thing we’ll need is to organize the markdown files.


Mix and match your copy-write components. Writing, image galleries, and video.

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We’ll build this webpage out of 6 components.

1. BlogPage.js — the main container for our posts

2. Post.js — a single blog post

3. WriteUp.js — a place to show your copy-write

4. Gallery.js — an image gallery

5. PrimaryAsset.js — a place to show a…

We include a custom auto-play slideshow and custom navigation bar.

We’ll build this webpage in 5 main sections.

1. Section 1 — our product logo and an image gallery

2. Section 2 — information about our product

3. Section 3 — accolades about our product

4. Section 4 — opportunities to buy our product

5. Section 5 —…

Save the sites you browse in a Pinterest board.

This write-up assumes you know how to create a JavaScript Pinterest Clone from scratch. If you don’t know how, watch the tutorial here.

For this tutorial, we are simply upgrading the functionality of our JavaScript Pinterest Clone and integrating it into…

A basic component for your React arsenal

Let’s get the skeleton for our component written up. We’ll be using ‘react-router-dom’ and font awesome for this project.

<div className=”nav_bar”>  <div className=”icon_container menu_switch”>  </div>  <div className={`nav_container`}>    <div className=”icon_container logo”>    </div>    <ul className=”menu_items”>    </ul>  </div></div>

We have a place for our open/close menu button, a logo, and the menu…

A beginner website made better with Slideshows and Navigation Bars

We’ll build this webpage in 3 main parts:

1. Top — the greeting for our customer

2. Middle — a place for information about our business’ mission

3. Bottom — a footer for information about our business

We’ll create a Home.js component for our main page.

The Top

All we’re going to do here is set an image for our…

React Parallax Website Design

We’ll build this webpage in 3 parts:

1. Top — the greeting for our customer

2. Middle — a place for information about our business’ mission

3. Bottom — a sign-up option and footer for information about our business

The Top.

All we’re going to do here is set a bunch of images in place and write a greeting.

<div className=”section1" ><img src=”./images/space.png” alt=”” className=”space-background”/><img src=”./images/earth.png” alt=”” className=”earth”/><img src=”./images/rocket.png” alt=”” className=”rocket-ship”/><img src=”./images/planet1.png” alt=””…

Copy some text, search for that text. Simple.

This tutorial uses a boilerplate Google Chrome Extension setup. If you want to know how to get that setup, check out our write-up here:

The Rundown

We’ll have a simple HTML page that allows our user to pick a search engine; this page will be the popup in our Chrome Extension.


Add parallax elements to your next web design.

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The general solution we’re working with is this:

We are going to create an HOC (Higher Order Component).

It’s a function that’s going to take a JSX Element.

ex. higherOrderFunction(<div></div>)

It’s then going to return a JSX Component.

ex. ParallaxComponent

We’ll then render it to our page like this:


An Object Is A

Learning to code…

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