Our 20 Most Popular Programming Articles of 2020

Here are the 20 most read articles on JavaScript In Plain English. Looking for inspiration for your next article — look no further!

As Editor of one of the most popular tech publications in the world, some of the questions I get asked a lot are: “what should I write about”, and “how can I write something that people will like?” Well, whether you’re here because you want answers to those questions, or you’re simply here to read some interesting things, here are the most popular articles on JavaScript In Plain English for 2020.

The following articles have been listed in order of number of claps received. This means that there may be a different order based on number of views, although claps generally are a good barometer of how popular an article is/how well it has performed.https://www.aeecenter.org/sites/default/files/webform/new-year-marathon.pdf


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30. I Read The Entire React API. Here Is My Advice To New Developers

I Read The Entire React API. Here Is My Advice To New Developers

I read the whole React API and here’s my advice for noobs learning React.js and experienced programmers adopting React…


By ThankGod Ukachukwu

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And there we have it! The top 20 (or 30) most liked articles published by JavaScript In Plain English in 2020. Given how crazy and miserable 2020 has been, it seems fitting that the most liked article went to a collection of jokes. After all, we could all do with a laugh!

Congratulations to those of you who made the list! 🎉

More importantly, I would like to take a moment to thank each and every one of you who has contributed an article over the past year. You are the ones that make this publication the force for good that it is.

I’d also like to thank every one of you who follows our publication and engages with the content. Be sure to leave some claps if you like these kind of lists — if so, we’ll be sure to make this a monthly occasion from 2021 onwards!

Much love! ❤️

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