Understanding Array.prototype.reduce() and recursion using apple pie. Delicious, attention-retaining recursion pie.
One of the most active parts of the community is the chat room system. Thousands of people hang out there, chat about technology, and help each other improve their code skills. I frequently ask questions about the data. This week, I was curious which YouTube videos people found to be the most relevant to their studies. So I analyzed the multi-gigabyte chat history from freeCodeCamp’s main chatroom. Out of the thousands of YouTube videos mentioned, here are the 12 most-commonly mentioned ones. What the heck is the event loop anyway? This was a presentation by Philip Roberts at JSConf EU in 2014. To explain the event loop, Philip goes through other essential concepts like callbacks, and asynchronous programming. Engineering Truth’s How to teach yourself to code.
How to prevent your analytics data from being blocked by ad blockers. When your product is just getting started out, every single user matters.
So does the data about how they interact with your product. If you’ve tried using analytics solutions like Google Analytics, you may have faced an issue where your analytics collection was blocked by ad blockers. According to PageFair, up to 30% of Internet users use ad blockers in 2017, and this number is constantly growing. This article will explain some technical approaches you can take to prevent ad blockers from also blocking your analytics. We’ll use Google Analytics in this article, though much of this could be applied to other analytics tools. Some ways you can bypass ad blockers Almost all ad blockers work through the same methods: they disallow some http(s) browser requests for content at URLs that match a certain mask from their filtering base.