Beginner’s guide on Sassy CSS
I’ve been using SASS recently and I love how syntactically friendly it is for me to write CSS now and I hope this guide will provide you a basic understanding of SASS and get you over to the clean side.
SASS stands for Syntactically Awesome Style Sheet. It is a stylesheet pre-processor language that is an extension of CSS that takes your input data and spit it back out into plain CSS. …
Must know shortcut for developers using VSCode.
It’s been almost a year since I’ve started coding and I’ve picked up a few VScode shortcuts that I think helps me save a TON of time when coding and today I will share my favorites in hopes it can help you save lots time as well.
I primarily code on my Mac so If you are on Windows, you can still use these commands but you just have to switch out CMD for your WIN key and OPT would be your ALT key.
Beginner’s guide to NodeJS
A simple guide on React hooks
I love React hooks. When I was enrolled in Flatiron School, Hooks was not part of the React curriculum yet but after I graduated I had some underclassman tell me they are learning hooks in their React JS class.
After doing a little research, I was immediately hooked… no pun intended.
So today, I will be sharing some React JS knowledge.
Hooks were introduced in React v16.8.0. My favorite thing about Hooks is that they are able to provide state to functional component rather than class component which makes your app way faster due…
A simple guide to Git commands.
I remember on my first day of learning Software development, I had to clone a repo with a lesson from my instructor at The Flatiron School and and I had no clue what she was talking about. A year later, Git seems so easy and second nature to me as a developer that I’m shocked at how little I knew about Git at the time.
Today I will show you how to use Git with GitHub and share some of my must know Git commands.
Git is the most popular version control system in…
Netlify is definitely my favorite way to deploy my React projects due to it’s ease of use and it’s free starter bandwidth plan. Today I will show you how to deploy your React apps to Netlify through a few different ways. I will cover how to quick deploy and how to connect your Git projects to Netlify for continuous deployment.
warning — must have a Netlify account to deploy and a Git account for continuous deployment
Before we get started we need to install Netlify to your React project, you can do so by going into your project directory and…
Let’s imagine a customer shopping for some groceries at your local supermarket and you have been hired to program the cash register…
Before we dive into the traversal methods, let’s look at the brief explanation of the DOM and Node Relationships from W3school.
According to the W3C HTML DOM standard, everything in an…
A lot of people have asked me about Crypto mining since I posted my blog about BlockChain Technology and due to popular demand, this will be another simply explained guide about how Crypto mining works.
Proof of Work is a technique in which one party proves to another party that a certain amount of computational value has been changed. The concept was originally invented by Cynthia Dwork and Moni Naor in 1993 as a way to deter Denial-of-Service(DoS) attacks and other service abuses on a network by requiring some work from a service requester, usually meaning processing time by…
Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin?! These are some of the most popular cryptocurrencies on the market that you might’ve heard of but do you know the technology behind it? This will be a simple explanation on Blockchain.
In 1991, Stuart Haber and W. Scott Stornetta came up with a secure way to timestamp digital documents that can’t be tampered with and that technique is known as Blockchain today. …