“Do less and get more” so, developers are not an exception to this fact. For most of the e-commerce, e-learning, banking products, web sites and mobile apps both are available. Due to the popularity of mobile apps, we have to move most of the business logic to function on a handheld device as well. So, both of them are equally important to grow business.

Source: google

For developers, it sometimes leads to writing the same code twice as most of the operations are the same on apps and web. …


Now, Grace knows about the basic concepts of Javascript (part I) and Angular (part II). She is really excited to learn new things in UI technology. Today, Grace and Ada accidentally met at library. Ada was reading very famous book JavaScript: The Good Parts by author Douglas Crockford. Grace accompanied her and their discussion started…

Grace: Hey Ada, I heard about this book. It is really popular.

Ada: Yeah, it’s awesome. If you are new to JavaScript, this book can really be a good start.

Grace: Sure, I will read this book. Ada, whenever I search for UI related blogs…


So, In part I of the series we Grace came to know about JavaScript. Let’s see what happens today. It’s beautiful sunny day, Ada and Grace decided to meet at cafe. Grace is at venue and she is super excited to know more about UI. Ada also reached in sometime. They ordered coffee and with first sip of it discussion started…

Grace: Howdy Ada

Ada: Hey, what’s up?

Grace: Do you know I started learning JavaScript. It is really interesting.

Ada: That’s really cool.

Grace: While reading about JavaScript I came across some articles on Angular and React. …


This is the story of two friends Ada and Grace. Ada is an enthusiastic UI Dev. She is fond of new technologies and always tries to learn new things in the UI ecosystem. After a long time on one fine day, Ada met her friend Grace who is working on a different technology. After the initial catch up, the discussion moved towards their work…

Grace: Hey Ada, Are you still working on JavaScript and HTML?

Ada: Yes. I work with JavaScript.

Grace: Is it still used for developing web applications?

Ada: It was designed for the web, but as of…


This is the story of two friends Ada and Grace. Ada is an enthusiastic UI Dev. She is fond of new technologies and always tries to learn new things in the UI ecosystem. After a long time on one fine day, Ada met her friend Grace who is working on a different technology. After the initial catch up, the discussion moved towards their work…

Grace: Hey Ada, Are you still working on JavaScript and HTML?

Ada: Yes. I work with JavaScript.

Grace: Is it still used for developing web applications?

Ada: It was designed for the web, but as of…


React environment setup

Looking for simple setup to kick start your react project with ES6 and webpack, hey you got your destination. This is really basic setup with single dumb component in react. You can use this and extend it by adding your components.

For setup , you can directly clone repository from: https://github.com/rashmivishwakarma/project_setup_react

and you can create yours as well, it is simple if you follow below steps :

Your folder structure should look like :

src     index.html    index.js.babelrc.editorconfig.eslintrc.gitignorepackage.jsonwebpack.config.js
  1. create package.json with below packages OR do ‘npm init -y’ and create your own package file and…

Front-end developer : boon or bane

I am a front end developer. Everyday I open twitter I can see so many new new things coming up. In last years actually from when I started coding things are changing rapidly. Sometimes I think technology is running ahead time. I am trying to keep myself as updated as I can but still when something new comes I feel like need to learn lot. Being a front end developer in this era is really a tough job. Sometimes it feels like we have so many things to explore our knowledge on but sometimes this thinking changes to there is…

Rashmi Vishwakarma

🇮🇳 | crazyGal | funLoving | ❤️ for JS | reactDev | webDeveloper | listener | blogger | speaker | trainer

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