Yea I keep hearing a lot about PWAs…but
Seriously, what exactly are PWAs?
If you stumbled upon this article, it probably means that you have heard about PWAs and know what they are roughly. I will tell you all that you need to know about a PWA — what they are, what constitutes a PWA exactly and Why PWAs?
Previously, I also had all these questions in my head, though I have read a few articles on PWAs. I THINK I knew what it was, but at the end of the day I still ask myself this: Aren’t PWAs just…
Web scraping is a task that is increasingly utilized for many projects in different domains (e.g. scraping sample data for a software project, data for training machine learning models, etc.). In most projects, we use tools like Selenium, Beautiful Soup, and Scrapy to help us scrape data from websites.
However, a common problem we face is that web scraping is extremely time-consuming! …
An explanation of the common ways to use useState & useEffect Hooks API
As we move towards creating more functional components over class components for cleaner code, we will be using the React Hooks APIs more often. The first few React Hooks that we will use are: useState and useEffect. Hence, it is important that we understand and master them fully, and implement them in our react apps correctly.
In this article, I will try to give easy-to-understand explanations of these hooks and illustrate them with practical examples in code sandbox. …
If you are reading this post, and especially if your github page for your repo is displaying README.md file OR 404 Not Found Page it can mean a few things….
I have faced the exact same problem and spent several hours researching deep into this, so let me do you a favour and summarise my findings for you and SAVE YOU SOME HAIR
Here may be some google searches you have tried before reaching this medium post:
As part of Demo Test — Codility practices
#Python Largest Binary Gap
Codility is one coding assessment platform (aside from HackerRank) that is being used by companies.
Rakuten Viki is one company that uses this for software engineer or related positions
A binary gap within a positive integer N is any maximal sequence of consecutive zeros that is surrounded by ones at both ends in the binary representation of N.
For example, number 9 has binary representation 1001 and contains a binary gap of length 2. The number 529 has binary representation 1000010001 and contains two binary gaps: one of…
How to use RecyclerView & CardView
If you have looked through many tutorials implementing RecyclerView & CardView, and you are still thinking why your Android Application is still facing many problems that you dont know how to solve, then this post is for you!
First of all…
Does any of these seem familiar to you?
Though in tutorials it looks nice like this