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Posts Tagged ‘best programming practices’

Research stage of building an application

Thursday, September 6th, 2018

The second step in the process of developing an application is the research phase. I was explaining in the previous lessons that there are a few steps for building applications the right way, and that jumping straight on the keyboard is not a good idea.… Read more

Planning an application

Saturday, September 1st, 2018

In this lesson, we will focus on the first part of creating our first practical application, the planning stage. As I was explaining in the previous article, planning is extremely important, because it can save us a lot of trouble later on.… Read more

Steps for building an application the right way

Wednesday, August 29th, 2018

When building an application, and specially when building FIRST application, most beginners make a lot of mistakes, primarily due to two reasons: lack of experience and carelessness towards any established standards and conduits, based on the “I don’t care how, but it works!” impulse.… Read more

Best practices when using methods and functions

Wednesday, April 19th, 2017

There are two main reasons why methods and functions are even used. First one, which I already mentioned in a few of the previous posts, is code re-usability. The second is modularization of the code, splitting of complex tasks into smaller sub-tasks, which can offer us a better overview of the entire functionality.… Read more

Choosing significant variable names

Monday, December 26th, 2016

First of all, this is not a mandatory topic. You can name your variables whatever you like. However, you will soon come to understand that choosing significant variable names is a very good programming practice.

If you ask me, the term “generally accepted programming naming convention” is practically a joke.… Read more