February 21, 2022 — If you have ever worked with lists in React, you might have rendered it using the Array.prototype.map() method like so.
February 20, 2022 — When it comes to using custom fonts on websites, the de-facto way to do currently is to use the Google Fonts.
February 17, 2022 — If you have been working with TypeScript lately, you might have used relative paths to import modules or files. So, for instance, let’s say if I want to import a module that is two directories up from the current file location, I would need to import it like so.
February 16, 2022 — When you’re building a user-facing application, one of the most common scenarios is to let the user decide their respective time zone.
February 12, 2022 — Before Laravel 9, when you wanted to interact with strings you would either use the
Illuminate\Support\Str class like so.
February 11, 2022 — Ever since I entered into this world of user interfaces, the one thing that I always come across while working are these radio buttons.
February 10, 2022 — Numbers are tricky. Numbers are tricky because they have been used as a metric for a lot of things. Currency, scale, weather, science to name a few. And since numbers are associated with several different things, it’s important to represent them in a way humans can understand.
February 7, 2022 — More often than not, you would end up in a scenario where you created a new branch off from the base branch, you implemented the feature and once that is done, you raise a pull request for the same.
February 3, 2022 — The one feature of Laravel I truly admire is the Collections. Essentially, collections provide a fluent, convenient wrapper for working with arrays of data.
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