I was diagnosed as dyslexic when I was six through tireless efforts of my family. I was very lucky to get support, to be taught processes and tools to help me adapt to the world around me. I felts a certain amount of shame about it when I was younger, that I wasn’t as good as my classmates. It took me longer to read. I have to study twice as long as everyone else. I don’t know at what point that change for me. At what point I stopped trying to hide it and spoke openly about it, started treating…
Learning to code can be difficult when you first start out. Specially trying to find the right resources. I should say, these are my own personal options, I do not work for or related to anyone who does work for these companies. I also have a learning disorder, so I have very specific options on the learning process. I am a visual learn and auditory learner. I also use a screen reading sometimes when my brain is not being cooperative. Here are of the resources I found very helpful.
For starters, there are some great apps out there.
Have you ever tried to deploy with Netlify from using the CLI tool with a Oh-my-Zsh terminal? It’s not so fun.
So you’ve finish your project, you’re all set to go, you’ve run your build, you’ve set up all the requirement and all you want to is publish to the Netlify.
npm install netlify-cli -gnpm run build
Everything looks good, and you
npx netlify deploy
Then tragedy strikes.
zsh: command not found
What the h? I just install netlify-cli, what is going on? Well like I said, Netlify and zsh, not such good friend. …
As wonderful as Google Cloud is for giving new users $300 to get started, it sure is easy to burn through it. As my credits started getting low, I started to get worried about hosting MySQL Database through Google Cloud. The solution? Move my Database hosting. It sound simpler, turns out it is, if you know where to look.
Most of the articles I could find talking about building from scratch. Since I had a fulled formed database, that is the last thing I wanted to do. All those populated tables, oof, don’t want to loose that work.
Do you remember when you were a kid and an adult was trying to help you with your homework and invisibility you would look at that adult and say, “that’s not how the teacher taught us how to do it!” ?
Learning anything knew can feel like that sometimes.
I love learning, I can’t see that changing any time soon. There is one things that I have been confront with time and time again when learning something new, the person who is teaching me, take their own knowledge for granted.
I should say first of all, I am grateful to…
Do you find yourself building out complex and vast routing system that takes in the same parameters ? Don’t you wish there was an easy way to have the single parameter passed in to your controller? Fear not! There is a simple way!
The Nested Router.
While foraging in the wilds of Google, trying to find an effective means to create a path structure that would simplify my paths and maintain a key parameter in the same go, I found this gem. The article was both extremely helpful and rather confusing as someone who had the basics of Router under…
Googling is a skill set that should always be cultivated.
2. Explain the use cases for, and differences between —
Call — is to invoke or return a function by passing arguments to it one at a time.
Apply — is to invoke or return a function by passing it an array as the argument.
Bind — is to pass both single arguments and array, and return a new function.
3. Which (if there is) node library method could you use to solve the…
You can use a bang operator to determine if a string contains information, if it does, it will return a true statement.
2. What is Redux Thunk used for?
I means by which you can allow your redux store and actions to communicate.
3. What is the difference between React Native and React?
React Native is meant for mobile apps and devices, while React is web based. There are some syntax changes as well with Reactive Native, such as your have to change how you style items.
Reducers are pure functions are meant to support your state object design.
2. What are “actions” in Redux?
It’s the “outline” of functionality you want your code to conduct. These will consist of an function containing a set of key value parts, usually two, a “type”, the description of your action and a value, also referred to as the “payload”. The payload is the information you will be referring to later on.
3. What is the role of reducers in Redux?
It details how your state will change…
Storing state is important and to not piggy back your props.
2. What is Redux?
Is a state management library, which should allow you to keep your state in sync with changes that occurred.
3. What is ‘Store’ in Redux?
Also known as the “single source of truth”, a centralized repository where you state can be cached. …