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'm learning about design patterns because I feel it will make my coding a lot easier and more professional
That's awesome! 🔥
Learned how to use the ConstraintLayout composable in Jetpack Compose and used that to fix a bunch of UX bugs in my Compose playground app, also started learning how to use Kotlin's multiplatform-friendly libraries so I can eventually use this same codebase to develop a desktop version :D
Reimplement LobstersItem to not require swipe actions #73
Work towards #65
Figure out why only the last tag shows in the UIFixed by using
Rowto lay it out like earlier
Migrate to Ktor for network operations #72
Still a work in progress, crashes during loading right nowCrashes are fixed and tests were added back, good to go now.
That is awesome! Keep up the good work.
Awesome! Also, don't get overwhelmed by all the stuff to learn. Do it bit by bit.
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Excited to see what you make with your new skills. Maybe even blog about it! 😄
Thank you for the resources.
I learn to correctly import old ES5 modules in both snowpack and Rollup. Took me a while to narrow it down to the problem.
media query transitions look much better if I add something like
Learned that manipulating SVG and transforming into PNG is way harder than I thought.
I learned about decorators in rails (using them to clean up views and other things) and about memory_profiler. Probably I should write about it.
I learned to always have a backup of your data and a backup computer. My laptop crashed and I almost lost my work from the previous 2 days
I learned that environment variables in react should be
REACT_APP_ENV_VAR. It took me a few hours to take the documentation seriously.
I'm getting smart about NPM packages etc.
Peter Jang's article is a brilliant guide.
I learned how to use higher-order functions in Kotlin! Getting some good ideas for situations where they will be useful.
I learning a lot about how to be an remote developer!
Learning how to use CRUD and MERN...And phew bugs😢🤦♂️
I learn about following stuffs:
I know this doesn't relate to programming but I learned to shammgod in basket-ball.