Taking time away from aviation can make it hard but with the right attitude and a flight Instructor by your side you can do it. Read about my experience after not flying for 1 year.
In this blog I Breaking down ES6: filter() Method. It is much more efficient than a for loop, and the syntax is very easy to remember. This one is one that I will be using from now on.
The Map Method is used to transform all the data in an array and save the new data into an array without changing the original data. Learn how to do it and why to use it.
The thing about ES6 is that it's great changes but there is so many of them so I decided to take one day to understand them. So the first one is the for Each method. You might be thinking why would I want to learn the forEach method when I can do the same thing… Continue reading Breaking Down ES6: ForEach() Method
Some of the things in React and Redux make more sense when understanding why things are written the way they are.
Let's create a simple form where all it does is take the submission and displays it. Yes it sounds simple but there is a lot going on where it can get confusing. But once you get the basics down then everything else that has to do with a form is just an extension of this.… Continue reading Creating a form with React
As if working on the functionality of an web application wasn't enough, you are also expected to style it and make it look nice. I had the hardest time figuring out the easiest but also the "appropriate" way of doing so. Searching around the internet I couldn't find something to tell me this is the… Continue reading Styling a React App
There's a lot going on with a component that we don't realize, but before we get into it we need to discuss a term and that is mounting. You might remember from our initial discussion on React that React works with virtual DOMs that update the real DOM as needed. Mounting is the process of converting… Continue reading Lifecycle of a Component in React
State in React: Sounds easy in theory but can be a bit complicated to implement. #MomsCanCode #Codergirls #WomenInTech #TechLadies #LearnReact