When I first began learning REACT, my instructor warned us that the concept of inverse data flow trips up many students and to make sure we fully understand the concept in order to master REACT. …


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When I first began learning JavaScript I was introduced to EventListeners. The concept was easy enough but I initially struggled to fully understand when and how to use them properly.

EventListeners recognize when an event occurs. Events include the user clicking on a button, pressing a key on the keyboard…


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Have you ever noticed when you ‘sign in’ on an application, you do not need to sign in for every page you visit. The application remembers who you are as you go from page to page until you ‘sign out’. …


After spending the first two weeks of bootcamp learning about Ruby and ActiveRecord, it was finally time to show off what I had learned by building my first Command Line Interface (CLI) Application from scratch. Up to this point, the only CLI App I’d worked on was for the PreWork…

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