It’s hard to remember everything you learn over the years especially if you don’t use it very often. That’s why I think it’s good to have a compilation of cheatsheets, reference books or other types of resources like blog posts/videos/PDFs. So in this post, I will “bookmark” some useful software engineering resources and cheatsheets for myself(or anyone else who stumbles upon this post).
In this post, we’ll take a look at some of the very useful developer tools available in Google Chrome. If you press F12 Chrome Dev Tools will open up. Here you will be able to see the source files of the webpage you are on, the console with erros, warnings and messages, memory usage, networking, …
In this post, we’ll learn how to implement reCAPTCHA on a website. Recaptcha is used to confirm that the user interaction on your site was made by a human and not by some script. For example, if you have a contact form on your website you would want to implement some human verification to prevent getting spammed by bots.