It's that time of the week again. So wonderful devs, what did you learn this week? It could be programming tips, career advice etc.
Feel free to comment with what you learnt and/or reference your TIL post to give it some more exposure.
And remember, if something you learnt was a big win for you, then you know where to drop it as well.👇👇🏻👇🏼👇🏽👇🏾👇🏿
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I learnt how to make a script to kill a port (to stop a localhost server) by calling an npm command that runs a js file that runs a PowerShell script. Works like magic.
It was my first time touching a PowerShell script so this gave me extra points :D
I've learned about the Nuxt.js framework, how to integrate Bulma with Nuxt, how to route static pages, and using HTML/CSS for fluidly!
did you use Buefy? it's really good!
I use just regular Bulma! I love Bulma so much 😍
This week I learned more about the Net Core Request Pipeline.
Especially, that when using a controller with non default ActionResult return type, like for example BadRequest(), that these ActionResults will get wrapped in another ActionResult, which makes unit testing kind of tedious. E.g.:
Mario approves. He's just not sure which pipeline to jump into 😉
I've learned about Chakra UI. Also learned this week that UI Fabric decreases my productivity, so I will be better away from it. Last but not least, learned how to integrate Remote Func with Next.js
I haven’t tried it yet, but I’ve heard great things about Chakra UI.
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Got some time to clean up my bash prompt by adding a random emoji to it. This was way more fun that I thought it would be.. (also there’s a bug here that’s fixed in a follow up commit 😅)
Finally understood a lot on react and got my hands dirty with it. Hoping to learn more and go down further
That I am more versatile than I think I am.
I've learned about writing example tests on Golang, to show the code on
I also learned how to deploy an application on GCP App Engine. :D
Developed an application on Springboot. Exposed rest end points. Created automated tests using Postman. It was a fun excercise.
I learnt to incorporate different React Native libs with each other + with React Hooks!
Also learnt a bit of GraphQL for making a schema for a custom api :)
Vue and CommonLISP. Both are cool!
Got my hands dirty with jQuery and DataTables.
Learned the basics of VueJS! I'm already making my first app
Today I learned about twitter.com/visualizevalue hands down the best twitter account to follow 🤘🚀
Finally learned how to lift up state in React. T_T I'm still a little bit confused about the subject but at least I got my app to work.
What are you confused about? Is there anything I can help you with? Been coding with React Native + React for a year now :)