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Optimize Redux Development: Simplify Boilerplate Creation with Code Generators and Plop.jsUpdated on · 6 min read|
Many developers seek ways to simplify their Redux development workflow and improve efficiency. In this article, we'll explore how to speed up your Redux development by automating the process of scaffolding boilerplate code with Plop.js code generators. We'll cover the best practices for using Plop.js in your Redux projects, how it can help you reduce boilerplate, and streamline your development process.
Speed Up Your React Developer Workflow with Plop.js Code GeneratorsUpdated on · 8 min read|
Automate Your Deployment Workflow: Continuously Deploying Next.js Website to DigitalOcean Using GitHub ActionsUpdated on · 7 min read|
In this post, we'll explore how to automate the deployment of a Next.js website to DigitalOcean using GitHub Actions. We'll discuss what GitHub Actions are and how they can be used to continuously deploy changes to a remote server, reducing the need for manual intervention and minimizing downtime. By the end of this post, you'll have a clear understanding of how to automate your deployment workflow and achieve faster, more reliable deployments with ease.
Productivity Benefits of Integrating ChatGPT Into the Front-End Development ProcessUpdated on · 7 min read|
ChatGPT has taken the world by storm with its impressive natural language processing capabilities, and not only as a source of entertainment. While everyone knows how versatile and useful it is, not many are aware of its potential to have a positive impact on productivity. In this blog post, we'll look at the areas where ChatGPT proved to be beneficial and show how it can be utilized to take web development productivity (with a focus on the front-end) to the next level.
Tips on Becoming a Self-taught DeveloperUpdated on · 12 min read|
Lately, I have been asked increasingly often for some tips on how to become a self-taught developer, so I thought I'd write a post about it, reflecting on my experience and pointing out the things I'd do differently. In this article, I'll try to give general advice on how to improve for those considering or maybe already on the way to becoming self-taught software developers. It should be noted that the focus of the post is on front-end development since that's what I did, however, a majority of the advice can be applied to becoming a software engineer irrespective of focus.
It is quite common to use Set to remove duplicate items from an array. A bit less-known fact is that Map data structure can also be used to filter out duplicates because it maintains key uniqueness, meaning that there can be no more than one key-value pair with the same key.
Map data structure is a relatively less known addition of ES6 to the language. It has a few advantages over objects when it comes to storing collections of key-value pairs. One of the interesting use cases is simplifications of React components that render different JSX based on state variables that are often changing.