The “depends” Amazon JavaScript code challenge

Phone displaying Amazon logo
Phone displaying Amazon logo
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A comparison of the two libraries for capturing React components as images

Charts on a laptop screen
Charts on a laptop screen
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Quick and easy randomization

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One sort function, two sort orders

var fruits = [
{colA: 'apple', colB: 'red delicious'},
{colA: 'pear', colB: 'red anjou'},
{colA: 'orange', colB: 'navel'},
{colA: 'orange', colB: 'blood'},
{colA: 'pear', colB: 'green anjou'},
{colA: 'apple', colB: 'granny smith'},
{colA: 'orange', colB: 'clementine'}
{colA: "apple", colB: "granny smith"},
{colA: "apple", colB: "red delicious"},
{colA: "orange"…

Just because you got an image in a certain color doesn’t mean it has to stay that way

Ladybug on a leaf
Ladybug on a leaf
Original photo (no BW) by Alexandre Debiève on Unsplash.

In Less Than Two Minutes

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Holy sh*t you made it! Now what?

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A coding challenge to clear up 3 regular expression concepts

White frame
White frame
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1. Remove All Punctuation and “Uninteresting” Characters

text.replace(/[^A-Za-z]+/g, " ")

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Money, duh

Using html2canvas

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Matthew Croak

Code 📲💻 Wellness 🧘🏻‍♂️😌

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