Welcome to FreeCodeCamp Manchester! We are mentors, coders and learners from Manchester, Greater Manchester and its surrounding areas and one part of the global FreeCodeCamp Community. We hold Study Groups twice a month for our members to meet in person, code together and get help and advice from Organisers and Mentors - Keep an eye on the events for further information and we hope to see you around!
Our next meetup is
18:00 - 21:00
- Oxford Road
Reduce Page Weight by Subsetting FontsWritten by Adam Collier•3 min read
Whilst building this site, it was early on in the redesign process that I decided I wanted to use the brilliant open source font Inter. Created by the extremely talented Rasmus Andersson (@rsms) as an experiment in 2016 whilst working at Figma it has…
Using React Context instead of ReduxWritten by Adam Collier•5 min read
Whilst learning react I have heard a lot of talk about Redux and that being the go to solution for state management in a web application. But as I've done a little bit of exploring and read countless articles there has also been a lot of people…
Creating a Masonry Layout using CSS GridWritten by Adam Collier•4 min read
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Enabling as many people as possible to use the web, including those with limited abilities. For people with disabilities, accessibility makes things possible.
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) handles the look and feel of a web page and tells the browser how to display the text and other content that you write in HTML.
The backend of an application is the code that is run on the server and is responsible for things like calculations, business logic, database interactions, and performance.
React is a view library created by Facebook, that frontend devs utilize. Due to it's rapid ability to render only particular parts of the page when it's required.
How do you know if the system you built works? The easy answer we usually don't. Still we can become more confident, thats where testing comes in
We want to make contributing to this project as enjoyable and accessible as possible. All contributions are welcome, including writing blog posts, adding learning resources and contributing to the site itself.
When writing a blog post you don't have to be an expert on a topic to write about it. This entire site is open source, so even if you make a mistake, another contributor will eventually correct it.
If you're unsure on where you should start we have created a handy contributing guide. If that doesn't help or you feel something is unclear shoot us a message us on our Slack channel and one of our organisers will help you out.