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In the previous article, I wrote about implementing linked lists on my Chrome Extension project. I ended up not using them on the project, but I could understand why it will be useful for certain situations. So as I wrote in the previous article, I’m still looking for a data structure that is better



It took a month to complete JavaScript Algorithms and Data Structures course on Udemy, and it was absolutely stimulating. Before taking the course, I only knew how to implement array and simple object and I didn’t even know that it can be inefficient depends on the data types. Therefore it was perfect timing to learn



Right now I’m taking an Udemy course about JavaScript algorithms and data Structures lectured by Colt Steele. I decided to take this course because I felt necessary to learn these topics if I want to write efficient code. I thought, in the beginning, it might be tough topics for me because I’m not really confident



After I completed a JavaScript tutorial for beginners which was on YouTube, I was thinking of what to do next. I knew could just add animations on my web service project, but I was more interested in creating an app from scratch with JavaScript. So I decided to create a Chrome extension that can mainly



When I make a website, I want to make elements fixed — like nav bar on the top of the page, footer on the bottom or fixed background. But I often come across an issue that position: fixed is not working. Checkpoint 1 Does parent element have position: relative or absolute? You might have specified


JavaScript, Vue.js

I am going to write how to set up a responsive infinity slider for web project with Vue.js. It’s pretty simple and straight forward — even for a Vue.js beginner like me.  The solution will be like this: See the Pen Responsive slider with Hooper (Vue.js) by miyazakimaiko (@miyazakimaiko) on CodePen. Let’s get started! Installation