Today I will introduce to you what many would argue is the shiniest new feature of the popular React library — React Hooks.
I personally am falling in love with the React.memo concept, but we can reserve it for another tutorial though.
We are here to talk about Hooks so let’s get into it.
Fair question. Components are at the heart of the React library and there are essentially two ways to write them. Either as a class base component or a functional component.
Prior to version 16.8 I believe, using the class base syntax was the only way to…
As a developer you probably spend more time reading code than actually writing it. Besides your regular outputs and refactors, think about the amount of time you spend on reading tutorials, documentations, reviewing a pull request, checking the latest cool repos on Github, maintaining a project etc…, the list goes on.
Unfortunately, reading does not necessarily translate into understanding.
I’m here to bet that one the main reasons a codebase or project does not get adoption or gets abandoned is simply because it requires too much brain processing power and put simply is not intuitive.
Like many things in life, mastery requires practice and the coding interview is no exception.
Often times though, the focus is on trying to find the best solution from the get-go rather than the approach on how to iterate and maybe get there.
The most important part, in my humble opinion, is to get it right first. In your normal coding life, you would rarely, if ever, be able to produce “perfect” code without first going through a set of iterations.
The approach during the coding interview should not differ and if played well should help you score invaluable points…
Hiring the right candidate in the JS world — which has become a multiverse — is turning into an experimental art form.
I have, like many before and many more to come, been a witness to the impact of a poor screening process and this is my attempt to be a part of the solution.
Hacker Rank is the perfect playground to get your…
A little perspective