Rahul

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Joined March 29th, 2021

16😬 | Developer and Blogger | JavaScript and React 🍕 | Hustler⚡

Rahul · 2 weeks ago

Composition in React - React 101 shorts (NEW)

Hey readers I am starting a new series, React 101 shorts. We'll learn to react in a very simple and small way. Let's start first with composition in React and it's an example. Composition is...

Rahul · 3 weeks ago

11 Tips to get more things done (GTM) for Developers in 2022

Keeping a high efficiency level is hard. At times lines of code don't come simple, you feel restless and incapable to focus. Fortunately there's an enormous English-talking coding local area...

Rahul · 3 weeks ago

Javascript Inheritance in 2022

After a while writing something. This is a fresh article for new coders. Please follow daily content coming. So let's start. Inheritance is the way to make one class extend the functionaliti...
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Rahul · 5 months ago

what is webpack | shorts

Webpack is a static module bundler for modern JavaScript applications. It creates a dependency graph to map every module the project needs and generated one or more bundles. The core concept...
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Rahul · 5 months ago

portals in React | shorts

Portals are provided by ReactDOM and it is a way of rendering children into a DM node that exists outside the DOM hierarchy of the parent. To simplify, we can render an element into a div ev...
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Rahul · 5 months ago

redux-thunk in shorts

Redux-thunk is one of the most frequently used middleware with redux. It is even easier to understand. Let's learn it simply. A thunk is just another name for the function, but it's a speci...

Rahul · 5 months ago

some() method explained

The some() method tests whether at least one of the elements in the array passes the test implemented by the provided function. The result of the some() method is a boolean. Let's see the sy...
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Rahul · 5 months ago

useState revised in React

It's time to finally understand how the useState() hook works and when is the perfect time to use it! I tried to explain this as well as I could, and I hope it can be of value to you! What...
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Rahul · 5 months ago

Hoisting in JavaScript | shorts

In JavaScript, hoisting permits you to utilize capacities and factors before they're proclaimed. Here, we'll realize what hoisting is and the way in which it works. What exactly is hoisting...
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Rahul · 5 months ago

Tips and free resources to ace you Tech Interview

The screening can be an overwhelming one (particularly assuming you need to go through it on numerous occasions) however being arranged can make it somewhat less distressing. So I'm sharing...
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Rahul · 5 months ago

10 Best Content Creation Tools For Growing Your Online Business Brand

Content creation plays a significant role in any digital or social media marketing campaign. Businesses drive traffic to their websites, inform the readers, and persuade the consumers to pur...

Rahul · 5 months ago

Earn on web | Monetize yourself

Monetization is something all you need and want but couldn't do with some reasons. So, here in the blog post, I will share you how you can monetize what you do or you're good in. How you ca...

Rahul · 5 months ago

13+ Free Development Certification to get in 2021

Certification Course helps a person to grandstand his capability, responsibility for the calling, construct aptitude in his expert branch of knowledge, and assists with work progression. It'...

Rahul · 5 months ago

VS Code Extensions to increase productivity and time-saver hacks for developers

How can developers be extra productive? You’re a developer or you manage a team of developers, higher productivity can get you extra things done through constant resources in a very small-ti...
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Rahul · 5 months ago

15 beginner only HTML and CSS mistakes

I have rounded up some of the HTML and CSS Mistakes I've made and you don't have to. These are some beginner mistakes, don't judge me😂. HTML MISTAKES No matter what stack or framework you u...
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Rahul · 5 months ago

The brief intro to Recursive functions

In this post we're going to learn more about Recursive function in JavaScript. This post is specifically for the JavaScript newbies. What is Function? A JavaScript function is a block of cod...

Rahul · 5 months ago

IIFE in JavaScript 🤓

Privacy is important and IIFEs can be useful to achieve it. While reading many posts about JavaScript interviews I came towards this term so I thought of learning and writing about it. What...

Rahul · 5 months ago

11 Free and Unique tools to create Awesome UI

The UI of websites are important because that is how people interact with your product to achieve their needs and goals. I've got 20+ tools for you that will help you in creating amazing and...
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Rahul · 5 months ago

Unique and cool toolkit for developers + Big Bonus 😍😍

Hey, guys, I'm bringing the list of websites/tools you never thought to bookmark as a developer. These website/tools will help you in a very way in your project and all. So let's get started...
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Rahul · 5 months ago

Brief intro to RxJS

RxJS (Reactive Extensions for JavaScript) is a library for receptive programming utilizing observables that makes it simpler to make nonconcurrent or callback-based code. There is a lot to i...
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Rahul · 5 months ago

State and React router - Shorts

React Router is the standard routing library for React. It has a simple API with all the powerful features like lazy code loading, dynamic route matching and location transition handling bui...

Rahul · 5 months ago

22+ FREE JavaScript eBooks you should read

JavaScript is a programming language that permits you to carry out complex highlights on website pages — each time a site page accomplishes something beyond stay there and show static data...
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Rahul · 5 months ago

30 Notion templates for Remote Teams, Developers and Freelancers Productivity

Notion is an across the board workspace where you can compose, plan, team up and get coordinated - it permits you to take notes, add errands, oversee projects and more. Notion gives the stru...

Rahul · 6 months ago

reduce() in JS - shorts

The reduce() method is used to apply a function to each element in the array to reduce the array to a single value. Let's see the syntax:- let result = array.reduce((acc, v, i, a) => {...
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Rahul · 6 months ago

HTML in OR(operation room)

HTML isn't covered as frequently as different dialects however everybody appeared to truly partake in the couple of posts I have on it so I chose to make another. The main thing to know is t...
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Rahul · 6 months ago

list and keys - react shorts

In JavaScript, if you want to create a new array from an available array by converting each element of the original array to create the corresponding element of the new array, you can use...
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Rahul · 6 months ago

Namespaces in JS - Shorts

JavaScript is the tough thing all the beginners find and I find it too. So here is a simple post on Namespace in javascript. (Knowledge Under 1 min. MORE ON WAY)

Rahul · 6 months ago

useRef in React - shorts

Here is my new post about the useRef hook. What is useRef? As per React documentation, the useRef hook returns a mutable ref object whose current property is initialized to the passed argum...

Rahul · 6 months ago

useReducer in React - shorts

New post in the React series about the useReducer hook. Let's know them all in detail. useState is not the only hook for state management in React. useReducer is a more concrete way of handl...

Rahul · 6 months ago

forEach() in JS

The main purpose of forEach method is it executes a provided function once for each array element. In other words, iterates over the array. Often used in functional programming. Always retur...
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