Whatever programming language or technology you’re using as a developer you will always come across them generic useless error messages. These type of errors are very time consuming when it comes to debugging as often it leaves developers with no starting point.
Names which do not reflect what a function, class or variable is for. This can make the code hard to follow very quickly and can become misleading.
var d = 2;
var myInt = 12;
var message = "An error";
When a project comes in and is needed in a hurry the tests can sometimes take a hit. Developers may get told to write tests latter but more times then not them test never get written. …
Hopefully, there will be at least a couple on the list which you didn't know about!
One HTML element that you don’t see used much at all and for no reason!
<datalist> tag is used to provide an "autocomplete" feature for
<input>elements. You will see a drop-down list of pre-defined options as you type.
<input list="animals" name="animal" id="animal"><datalist id="animals">
<datalist> id attribute (see bold items above) must be equal to the list attribute of the
<input> , this is what binds them together. …
“A timebox is a previously agreed period of time during which a person works steadily towards completion of some goal. Rather than allow work to continue until the goal is reached, and evaluating the time taken, the timebox approach consists of stopping work when the time limit is reached and evaluating what was accomplished.”
This can help you evaluate where you are up to without you getting too frustrated and potentially wasting to much time.
It might be your approach is going fine and that's fine but this could also be a good time to change your approach after your pre-determined timebox time is up. …