John, Ward, and Craig share their thoughts on the ways they choose open source software for projects, how to pick software to use, what to do when you've picked the wrong one, and when to write your own code instead of using someone else's.
A collection of 8 posts
Santosh Yadav walks us through how to get started contributing to open source projects, including what is GitHub? What's a fork, clone, push, or pull? How do you know if you can help? And why should you get involved in working on open source?
Make a Pull Request to your favorite extension! There is a new Bundling Extensions topic in the VS Code docs that can help reduce extension load time.
I just published the first draft of my opinionated style guide for syntax, conventions, and structuring AngularJS applications. You'll find many of these and more explained in deeper detail in my Pluralsight course AngularJS: Clean Code (coming in August 2014). The styles contained here are ba
One year ago this month Hans Fjällemark and I released Toastr and are happy to see that developers seem to appreciate its simplicity. It’s now be downloaded on NuGet over 27,000 times. In fact, the recent version was downloaded over 10,000 times the past 2 months! Today we have released