17 Jul

Maps in Javascript ES6

Introduction

ES6 introduced a lot of new things. I've already write about Sets, so today we'll explore Maps. What are those? A Map is an unordered list of key-values pairs where the key AND the value can be of any type.

Problems solved

Developers...

17 Jul

Maps in Javascript ES6

Introduction

ES6 introduced a lot of new things. I've already write about Sets, so today we'll explore Maps. What are those? A Map is an unordered list of key-values pairs where the key AND the value can be of any type.

Problems solved

Developers...

17 Jul

My Visual Studio Code Setup

I love the text editor setup I've been using for the past year and a half, so I want to show off my setup! Visual Studio Code has far surpassed my experiences with Atom, Spyder, Sublime Text, Emacs, and Idle (the built-in Python editor) which I used ...

17 Jul

My Visual Studio Code Setup

I love the text editor setup I've been using for the past year and a half, so I want to show off my setup! Visual Studio Code has far surpassed my experiences with Atom, Spyder, Sublime Text, Emacs, and Idle (the built-in Python editor) which I used ...

17 Jul

Render Children in React Using Fragment or Array Components

What comes to your mind when React 16 comes up? Context? Error Boundary? Those are on point. React 16 came with those goodies and much more, but In this post, we'll be looking at the rendering power it also introduced — namely, the ability to render children using Fragments and Array Components.

These are new and really exciting concepts that came out of the React 16 release, so let’s look at them closer and get to know them.…

The post Render Children in React Using Fragment or Array Components appeared first on CSS-Tricks.

17 Jul

A poll on git commands Usage

Its always good to see the charts and bars of the tech surveys. They inspire and motivate me to learn new things and gives an overview of what developers are using all over the world.

If you are some like me who follows the surveys thoroughly and e...