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The latest web development and programming news from team codedamn.

The best React Query course – learn react-query for free by practicing in browser

React is an amazing library. Launched in 2013, it wouldn’t be wrong to say that it is one of the best things that happened to frontend web development in the last decade. However, there are certain obvious problems with React. The major one is lack of “how to do X”. This might b...

Feature release: Multiple terminal support in codedamn playground

Playgrounds on codedamn are awesome – they allow you to practice in real environments without worrying about breaking anything. A codedamn playground provides you the interface to practice and learn when you’re completing a course. However, since beginning, we only allowed one termina...

Introduction to WebAssembly

Web Assembly is not JavaScript. It allows high-level languages like C and Rust to be compiled into a language the browser can also understand.Web Assembly works with binary data. Therefore, it can run not only on browsers but also on servers and desktop computers. However, there is no broad use c...

Interesting Automation with Selenium using Python

Selenium refers to a set of tools that are widely used in the testing community when it comes to cross-browser testing. Selenium is adaptable with many programming languages: C#, Java, JavaScript, Ruby, Python, PHP. But no worry we are not going to use these programming languages in this section....

Microfrontend Architecture in plain english

With the help of microservice architecture, we achieved code modulation, easy deployment, increment on performance, and also devs can contribute to only one system or server. it also removed common problems like conflicts in global variables, code modularity, function overriding, function overloa...

Announcing Discord integration wtih codedamn

Community learning is a big part of codedamn. We believe communities not only help learn in a safe and motivation-fulled environment, but can also act as a fun escape when times get tough. As a developer-focused platform, our aim is to connect you with other fellow developers similar to your jour...

Announcing New Redis Caching + Node.js Interactive Course

Redis is a popular in-memory database used for a variety of projects, like caching and rate limiting. In this blog post, we will see how you can use Redis as an in-memory database, why you’d want to use Redis, and finally we’ll discuss a few important features of the database. LetR...

codedamn Weekly Challenge #1 – Win swags and Pro membership

In these tough (covid) times, keep your learning streak up. We are excited to announce codedamn weekly challenges – an initiative that will help developers code and win amazing prizes along the way. In this blog post, let’s discuss what weekly challenges are and how they work. Table o...

Making of an interactive course on codedamn

Hi everyone! Codedamn just released a new course on this platform. But why does it matter? Because this is one-of-a-kind course – it is an interactive coding course! Let’s dig a little deeper into what this means and how is this different from a YouTube playlist or udemy like course. ...

codedamn for content creators

Have you been thinking of creating a programming course? Interesting, because on codedamn, we believe we are developing the next generation of programming education, and can bring all those benefits to your next course. Table of Contents What is this “next generation course” all about...