When you deploy a React application using a tool like webpack, you’re employing a technique called bundling.
Build tools like webpack are, after all, module bundlers.
So when you arrive at a page served by a web application, the page requests a bundle — that is, a file or files that contain all of the code necessary for that page to function.
Often when we build a page, however, we include quite a bit of code that isn’t immediately necessary.
To keep our application lean and fast, we should strive to serve only what’s absolutely necessary for the UI on first paint. …
Since beginning my journey into the Front End, I have always been interested in how to create 3-dimensional renderings in the browser.
I say not-to-scale because, well, space is vast.
It will take the SpaceX Starship 6 months to travel to Mars in 2024, a distance which takes light a full 3 minutes.
If we made our little browser-rendering to scale, our planets would be infinitesimally tiny in a black void… just like in real life! …
The Problem: Given an integer and an array of integers, write a function that will determine if there are two numbers in the array that equal the given integer.
You’ve just landed in Vegas for your first time and have discovered a dice game at the hotel casino that you’ve never heard of before.
Like Black Jack, it’s you against the dealer.