This Discoveries issue is generally about tutorials from different areas: CORS, Azure, Elektron, GitHub Action, SVG. Outstanding articles by outstanding authors, who explain things in an easy and understandable way.
- CS Visualized: CORS
- Use Azure Functions, Azure Storage blobs, and Cosmos DB to copy images from public URLs
- Build a Secure Desktop App with Electron Forge and React
- Node.js API Authentication with JSON Web Tokens
- How To Build an SMTP Mail Server with Express, Node, and Gmail
- Advanced Git Series 1/8: Creating the Perfect Commit in Git
- Learn how to use Git and GitHub in a team like a pro
- Getting the Gist of GitHub Actions
- Swipey Image Grids (with SVG)
CS Visualized: CORSby Lydia Hallie
What web dev hasn't struggled with CORS errors? Lydia explains here in great detail and with visual support the whys and wherefores of CORS and how to work around problems.
Use Azure Functions, Azure Storage blobs, and Cosmos DB to copy images from public URLsby Dave Brock
In this post, Dave shows how to work with Azure Storage blobs and Cosmos DB to copy images that are available over the public Internet.
Build a Secure Desktop App with Electron Forge and Reactby Kilian Valkhof
Creating a cross-platform desktop app is easy thanks to Electron. Learn from Kilian how to create a secure desktop app using React, Electron and Electron Forge.
Node.js API Authentication with JSON Web Tokensby Jay Krishna Reddy
In this article, Jay shows how to access the JSON web token (JWT) in Node.js and also to protect our routes with it.
How To Build an SMTP Mail Server with Express, Node, and Gmailby Michael Rehnert
Michael shows in his tutorial how to use Node and Express to develop a mail server that uses Gmail for free transport via SMTP.
Advanced Git Series 1/8: Creating the Perfect Commit in Gitby Tobias Günther
In this series from 2021 on CSS-Tricks, Tobias goes into the most important aspects in the advanced handling of Git in a vivid way. Better commits, branching, collaboration, rebasing, cherry-picking … a good reminder.
Learn how to use Git and GitHub in a team like a proby Damian Demasi
This short two-part series by Damian clearly highlights the possibilities of collaboration with Git and the platform Github, which is usually neglected in other tutorials.
Getting the Gist of GitHub Actionsby Brendon Smith
Like Bassem, Brendon shows some of the the basic principle of GitHub Actions, but expands on it with pro tips and workarounds when things get stuck.
Swipey Image Grids (with SVG)by Cassie Evans
If you're familiar with CSS animations, you might be interested in this post by Cassie, as she shows how to do it without CSS directly in SVG.
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