By Guy Y.
July 9, 2020
In my last post, I wrote about types of WET/DRY code and how they affect the project’s health over time. I mentioned code design as one of the sources of WET code.
In short, DRY code is easier to maintain and reuse.
Continue reading “Code re-usability levels”
In this post, I’ll dive a bit deeper into DRY code design. I’ll use NPM and TypeScript examples, even though the concept can be applied to other cases as well.
By Guy Y.
April 17, 2020
Every code base requires maintenance over time. Requirements are altered, bugs are found, features are added, and optimizations are required… It never ends.
When a change is needed, it’s much easier to handle when all the required knowledge is in a single place. This is why DRY (Do not repeat yourself) is a fundamental rule we wish to follow.
Continue reading “WET code and project rot”
By Noam S.
March 9, 2020
If you’re here you are probably
looking for a simple solution to changing the color of Scalable Vector Graphic
(SVG) icons. Seek and you shall find.
This post will show you exactly how to do that. It also contains an SCSS bonus: helping you reduce things to a single line of code.
Continue reading “How to change the color of SVG icons with CSS only”