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September 16th, 2022

16 React Tips And Best Practices For Beginners

Here’s a list of 16 React tips and best practices to be aware of when working on your own projects and applications. In this article, we’ll look at tips that cover multiple different aspects: actually writing the React code, as well as some tips to help with your development workflow (and tooling) in general. Whilst […]

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October 12th, 2021

How Big O Notation Works

The Big O Notation is an important concept within programming. We’ll cover 3 of the more common Big O Notation examples in this article: constant time, linear time and quadratic time. Maybe you’re completely unfamiliar with the concept, or maybe you’ve heard of it in passing but never got around to taking a closer look […]

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October 5th, 2021

JavaScript Dates – Working With The Date Object

Working with JavaScript dates is something that most web developers will do at one time or another. That’s because working with dates and times is very much a standard operation in web development in general. Both on the frontend and on the backend. We’ll often need to access, display or manipulate dates and times as […]

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September 3rd, 2021

React Tips For Beginners – How To Structure Components (3 Tips)

When just starting out, the goal is often to just create something that “works”. This is fine, but as your skillset starts to develop – you’ll want to more carefully consider how you are composing your React application. In React, a good understanding of component structure, or more specifically component composition, is one of the […]

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February 18th, 2021

JavaScript Closures and Lexical Scoping – Basic Examples

If you have no idea what closures are or what you can do with them, fear not, we’ll demystify them in this article! We’ll also tackle lexical scoping in JavaScript — a closely related concept. Some familiarity with JavaScript in general is assumed, here. We won’t be going into tremendous depth on this topic, the […]

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