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Redux Toolkit exposes a set of tools that help us implement Redux in a simpler (albeit opinionated) way.
First of all. This is related to me, not anyone else. You might not like it, you could even hate it. I could also have some wrong information (feel free to correct me if I do). If that is fine with you, continue reading.
If you don’t even know what a shell is. Simply put, the shell is a program that takes your commands from the keyboard and gives them to the operating system to perform.
When you open your command line (terminal) you run a shell, a program. By default, you probably have Bash (Bourne Again Shell).
Then you can install another shell, I installed one called Zsh. Because I’m lazy I’ll copy Wikipedia (feel free to skip it, it's…
First of all, this feature is still in BETA. Some stuff might not work correctly and some will not work at all. Its Basically is running Ubuntu user-mode binaries provided by Canonical in Windows.
This is provided as beta software. While many of the coreutil commands provided by Ubuntu will work, there are some that will not.
Affinity Designer which is a vector graphic designer with an Apple Design Award in 2015. A great software indeed for Graphic designers or Web designers, great for UX, UI, and mockups.
The software is almost exactly like Photoshop and maybe even better. It has tons of features just like Adobe Photoshop. It can import Photoshop files seamlessly (PSD, EPS, AI and more).
Fast and highly performance software, pan and zoom at 60fps. Apply effects and filters is real time. Able to zoom up to 1,000,000% and more. Works with many color spaces such RGB, CMYK, LAB, Grayscale. …