Raunaq

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Joined April 2nd, 2021

Front-End Developer

Raunaq

1 week ago

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Command Line Job Search Application using Node.js

Introduction In this post, we'll build a command line job search application using Node. It's a JavaScript runtime that allows the JavaScript code to run outside the browser. We'll use the GitHub Jobs API to fetch data and present it in a tabular format on the command line interface. We'll focus on the following three scenarios...
Command Line Job Search Application using Node.js
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Raunaq

2 weeks ago

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Understanding the React useEffect() Hook

Introduction In the previous post, we looked at the useState() Hook that adds state to a functional component. We learned how to initialize, update and access state variables in a functional component using useState() Hook. In this post, we'll focus on the useEffect() Hook that let us perform side effects in functional component...
Understanding the React useEffect() Hook
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Raunaq

3 weeks ago

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Understanding the React useState() Hook

Introduction Hooks were introduced in React v16.8.0. Prior to that, if we had written a functional component and wanted to add state or make use of lifecycle methods to perform operations such as data fetching and manual DOM manipulation, the functional component had to be converted into class based component. However, introduct...
Understanding the React useState() Hook
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Raunaq

1 month ago

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Git stash - Store your uncommitted changes aside to work on it later

Introduction In this post, we'll be looking at the git stash command and its usage. We come across situations in our development work where we are in the middle of a task with quite a good amount of code changes and have to switch to some other task that has come on priority. Now, if the changes are somewhat complete then we can...
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