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Raunaq

4 days 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...
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Gaurav Tewari

1 week ago

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Hashing in Data Structures

Have you ever used hashing in your projects or played fun games build around it and wondered what can be the other uses of it and how it can make our apps and games much faster ? What is hashing by the way? hashing is a simple technique by which you can convert a convert a value into another by using a simple mathematical functi...
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Savio Martin

1 week ago

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Creating an Image search app using Unsplash API with infinite scrolling πŸ“Έ

Hello Folks πŸ‘‹ This is Savio here. I'm young dev with an intention to enhance as a successful web developer. I love building web apps with React. I have proved my superiority in frontend technologies. Today, I'm super pumped to build an amazing Image search app using Unsplash API with infinite scrolling. So, let's get started ✌...
Creating an Image search app using Unsplash API with infinite scrolling πŸ“Έ
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gaganjot singh

2 weeks ago

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GREAT 20+ CSS TOGGLE EXAMPLE

If You Like This Article then check Out more Examples 50+ CSS Toggle Switches 1. Title:- Pure CSS Toggles Author:- Rafael GonzΓ‘lez Made With:- HTML CSS JAVASCRIPT {% codepen https://codepen.io/rgg/pen/waEYye %} 2. Title:- CSS Theme Switcher Author:- Michelle Barker Made With:- HTML CSS {% codepen https://code...
GREAT 20+ CSS TOGGLE EXAMPLE
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Jono

2 months ago

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4 Must-Have Tools for Developing on Windows

No I am not talking about those apps, the ones everyone probably already has installed. The VSCodes, the VIMs, the Postmans. Nor am I talking about any of those environments that you only use because that's what you are developing for, no Node or Deno here, not even Docker. But you should totally try them all out if you haven't....
4 Must-Have Tools for Developing on Windows
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Parthipan Natkunam

2 months ago

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Detect Duplicate Images With NodeJS and pHash

Did you ever find yourself in a situation where you had a directory full of images and might have potential duplicates? To look through each image and mark duplicates will be a waste of your time, and so, you wanted to automate it with a script. But then, a few hours into it, you are reading some OpenCV documentation and articl...
Detect Duplicate Images With NodeJS and pHash
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Bobby Iliev

5 months ago

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10 Tips for Being an Awesome Developer

Introduction It is no secret that it is about constancy and devotion! Find your niche and don't stop DEVeloping yourself! If you would like to continue growing as a developer, here are some tips for being an awesome one. 1. Be persistent! Don't let the difficulties stop you! Persistence is a master skill for success. Get out of...
10 Tips for Being an Awesome Developer
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Ghost

1 year ago

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Why do we need UNIX Hosting for Site control?

UNIX Hosting:UNIX hosting is used to some types of Linux, operating systems (OS). While Windows has been a popular choice as an operating system, UNIX has firmly obtained ground, powering a developing number of servers. It as an operating system has been overall since the 1970s. In the end, versions of UNIX developed, it include...
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Tony Lea

1 year ago

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Drinking and Coding

This is a short story about my experience with drinking beer and coding. Will it make you less productive? Maybe more creative?
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Tony Lea

2 years ago

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Programming Happiness

At birth we are programmed with minimal code and eventually we learn some useful functions like crawl(), walk(), and eat(). These all get stored in main memory. As we get older we learn some advanced functions like love(), joy(), confidence(), and happiness(). We also learn some negative emotions such as fear(), sadness(),...
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