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No Code's Brutal Truth, Drop in YouTube Engagement & Web Accessibility

Last Week in Plain English
No Code's Brutal Truth, Drop in YouTube Engagement & Web Accessibility
By In Plain English • Issue #23 • View online
This week, we take a look at how a Facebook group has become the go-to for Ukrainians looking for a safe refuge. The group “Host a Sister” was created in 2019 to provide safe temporary housing for women travelers. And ever since the Russian invasion began, this group has been arranging safe homes in Poland for Ukrainian refugees.
In other news, we see how a powerful AI tool, developed by OpenAI, can generate photorealistic images from simple text descriptions. We also explore how AI algorithms could be used to understand different signals on the battlefield.
If you are a content creator on YouTube and facing a drop in views, you might need to rethink your strategy. We bring you a story that explores why the view count is dropping. In addition, we see how no-code might not replace developers, how to make your website more accessible, and the best places to learn React for free.
Don’t forget to check out the Featured Job section if you’re looking for an opportunity as a JavaScript Engineer.
All this and more in this week’s edition of Last Week in Plain English.
(To all our readers, the next issue will be out on the 25th of April as we’re taking a break next week. If you’ve newly stumbled upon Last Week in Plain English, you can catch up on the previous issues here.)

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