In this post, I will make your transition to the React framework a lot easier. …
All developers must keep themselves updated with the latest trends in the ever-changing field of technology and software. Continuous learning and getting acquainted with the ever-changing tech are the main characteristics of a good developer. There is no pause to learning.
We will discuss and go through the top nine React libraries that every developer must know about in this post, which will enhance their working capacity and provide a comprehensive insight into what is being used all around the globe. Without wasting time, let’s get into it.
I chose these libraries because not only do they help us build…
Should I plan this project or dive straight into coding? Should I use this plugin or that library? Should I ask for help or figure it out myself?
Every developer faces such questions every day, and most of the time, make wrong decisions, and I was no different.
That all changed when I started implementing the below points into my routine.
The bad and at the same time, the beauty of front-end development is that it’s moving forward very fast. If you don’t keep up with the swift changes, your skills can become very quickly outdated.
The life of a developer is not easy, developers are problem solvers 👷♂️ and constantly learning individuals 🏫. They have to keep upgrading📈.
The other half is having the right mindset, attitude, and character, which are very important as a developer. …
With almost 400 million downloads per year and rapidly growing…
There are more than 50,000 job openings to React in the USA alone! Moreover, the demand for React developers isn’t showing any decline.
React is indeed a high-paying skill to learn in 2021, for which there is a lot of demand and less-than-enough supply. With the dawn of the single-page application, I don’t think we are going to see React going away anytime soon in this decade.
But what makes React so popular and wanted? And why do you need to learn or use React in your next project? …
Web Development is an amazing career that is in demand right now and there is no sign of decline instead the demand has been skyrocketing!
Along with high job satisfaction, you also get paid well as a web developer, but there are many more perks. Some I have listed down below.
It has been reported that the employment of web developers is projected to grow 13 percent from 2018 to 2028, much faster than the average…
Writing code is easy! A newbie into world programming can learn to write code in minutes. Don’t believe me? Just remember your first “Hello World” program, how easy it was.
But writing clean code is a really tough job to accomplish. It requires lots of practice and dedication. I assure you that you will write a more beautiful and cleaner code by end of this post.
What is clean code? In short, it is code that is easy to understand and easy to change.
Even bad code can function. But if code isn’t clean, it can bring a development organization…
We all face this serious issue — we don’t get clients. Yes we are talented, yes we are hardworking, and yes we know our stuff quite well, but still, something is fishy.
Is web development saturated? Are there no projects left for us? Are we doomed?
I hear many new developers or even experienced ones complaining that they aren’t getting clients regularly.
Where does the problem actually lie? Arent, there any jobs/projects left?
Yes, there are jobs available and in plenty.
Believe it or not many companies struggle to find suitable employees. …
Google is a powerful tool, but you’re missing out on a lot of that power if you simply type words into it. Today, we will remove the training wheels and unleash Google’s true potential that you have not seen before.
We all type phrases into Google, then it shows results, and we search through them. This is the incorrect way — or rather inefficient use of the mighty Google.
But why is just typing words into Google not that great?
On average, over 3.8 million searches are being made every minute. Google has the difficult task of catering to all…
Being a developer is like being on a rollercoaster ride. There are ups and downs. Sometimes the job feels like a nightmare, while at other moments (after fixing a resilient bug), you get that abrupt adrenaline rush
You might be reading this article as a developer who’s frustrated with your job. Or you may be in the initial stages of being a developer, which is, without a doubt, the hardest part to endure.
This article is going to help you get motivated and keep working hard when it feels impossible to do so. …