Starting your career in web development can be overwhelming. And most of the time beginners struggle to pick resources and learn. There are tons of great resources available online and most of which we are not even aware of. I have collected some of …Read More
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The purpose of unit tests is to validate individual functions. The fact that they only test individual functions increases test speed so we can easily run the whole test suite locally. That also makes them easier to write, maintain, and debug. This is not to say that other types of tests, like integration tests, are not important. We just don’t want to mix unit testing with other types of tests. If we do, we risk losing the advantages of unit tests.
There’s some pretty common advice that as a Jr. Developer “You shouldn’t build your own auth system”. I entirely disagree. You should build it once, from as close to the metal as is reasonable, with the most up-to-date tutorial you can find, and do it again, and maybe again, untilRead More
A great article is available here, with details on how to build a quick and dirty version of React.
If you’re newish to web-dev you might have a little trouble knowing where to start. The first code changes you will make are to the index.js file located in the src folder create-react-app makes for you.Read More
Youssouf EL Azizi blog offers a brief and informative article about using react-hook-forms to create react-native forms “the right way.” (This month anyway.) From the article: Through My 2 years experience As a react native developer, I used to use different approaches to handle forms without feeling confident about theRead More