Yes!! It is absolutely amazing how much CSS actually saves you from writing JS haha
Strictly abiding by my ‘no-fluff’ doctrine, let’s just dive right in:
The style rules that are declared within the body of the above command will apply to every HTML element that contains the string
For example, only HTML elements with class-names such as…
These tricks will speed up your workflow & make your code scalable.
How many times have you written a script while building a website or a web app and realized that there was an HTML element that did that exact thing?
Well — if you’re anything like me, I’m guessing…
Improve your React chops & cut library overhang by using React!
No, not the kind of slider in the image above, but an actual slider which you can navigate from slide 0 – 3. Those do look quite delicious though.
Set up a React table without spending time reading complicated docs and crying.
No fluff. No crying. 3, 2, 1 —Let’s go!
133 web development interview questions you will most definitely be asked.
“What is the logarithmic output of the observable universe” is a question you will not likely be asked in a technical interview for a front-end or full-stack position. However, your chances of getting asked something like, “Can you explain…
Showcasing experience & skills to the big-wigs on a single page is… POSSIBLE.
Writing a technical resume is HARD WORK — especially one that is well structured, readable, to-the-point, and FREE of FLUFF, considering the myriad of skillsets with different tools one might have.
Recruiters on average, spend no more…
React forms can get a little hairy, simply because of the scoping issues with a multiple component structure (brought about by the idea of modularized components).
Add to that the complex data flow between those separate components — in terms of state management, and it is very easy to lose…
Struggles, rejections, defeat — as painful as they are, they shape us. If we channel our energy towards positivity, we win.
Our first natural instinct when we get rejected is to reflect inward and ask the seemingly never-ending question “Why not me?”. What we often fail to remember — is…