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vane10667134dwell write those and maybe you come up with new ideas when struggling with something in between
lbfalvy10996134dBut all of these and other problems and questions will become apparent when you're writing posts and re-reading them with a critical eye, so I think the best approach is to just get typing.
K-ASS2079134d@lbfalvy I agree
But I want the posts to be a guide of what you should expect and how to solve those questions
For example, how do you send https request to your own server? You can use proxy in nginx that disguise. How do you use Google translate for free in your project when they don’t allow client side request? Turns out there’s something called CORS
Those kind of things are what I wished I knew.
Hazarth6606134dHow do I pay taxes
cmarshall10450973134dFrom my experience, a lot of these are either in the realm of too simple or too advanced. There seems to be very little that fills the intermediate between "I can do a few things" and "I can write production code"
K-ASS2079134d@lbfalvy I think I know what to do
Instead of one blog one project, each blog will just be code snippets.
So that each blog is concise, and the content should be problems that you face but don’t really know where to look at.
For example, how to disguise an http request sent to server as https
How to scrape a website with requests instead of static pages
How to implement simple 3d transform without svg or webgl (I actually have a really good example, look here: loneliness.one/chatbox
All things I had to Google a while until I found the solution because idk what to look for