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Arthur Benjamin impresses his audience doing incredibly 4-figure multiplication expressions in his head in matter of milliseconds. Or, that is what it seems to us.
But there is no cheating involved. Actually, there is a trick. A legit trick that we can extrapolate and use on web and native applications. Let me tell…
When I started developing my first applications in Angular, I struggled with writing tests. Have been doing TDD for some time, I wanted to learn Angular with TDD. It sounded like a reasonable idea, but I couldn’t anywhere teaching Angular this way…
Say you are developing a car and are in charge of the airbag. You must ensure the Airbag is responsive enough: once the “crash sensor” triggers the airbag, it has to inflate within milliseconds. Unit test in software development is ensuring that the isolated operation works.
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Lets combine two powerful Vim modes: normal mode and command line mode. Chaining both allows you to repeat the same normal mode action across several lines at once. Suppose you want to remove the last character on each line of a selection, you can simply run this: