Developing full stack web applications is a highly valued skill. Unfortunately it also involves overcoming an unexpectedly high learning curve. In my last post I talked about aspiring developers struggle learning software development, and what is the correct way to approach this learning curve. …

Believe me or not, there are still many people who think that if you know how to code, you know how to create software.

I know, right?

This mindset leads people to take programming 101 courses over and over again in different languages in hopes that they will learn how…

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Finally… the app has a name! My very first app is live on Google Play! This is the second pre-alpha release of the app. Changes introduced are listed below :

1 — Bookings : Like the Invitation list, now a list of bookings is available. …

The first pre-alpha release of my Wedding Planner app is now available for use! Currently the app is the web version of what will soon be an Android app. the app is hosted on Heroku and can be found here. Along with the v0.2 …

I’m happy to announce that my very first complete production-ready web and mobile application. The app is currently called “Wedding Planner”, which summarizes the purpose of the application. The application aids the planning of a typical Indian wedding by providing basic CRUD interfaces for important data like invitations, bookings, budget…

Dev Agrawal

Full stack developer, love creating beautiful apps. Plays guitar, drums, football in free time. Searching for the true meaning of life (and ‘this’ in JS).

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