To pass around props, the components are structured in a form of a hierarchy. Every component underneath another in this hierarchy is referred to as a child.
Understanding these concepts as a new React dev can seem confusing, so let’s take a look at props & the hierarchy of components
Here’s a quick example of a prop:
First, let's look at line 2. In order to properly send props between our components, we need to make sure we import/export the components we need. …
In many challenges throughout our professional and personal lives, we are held back by the ugly thought that people like us could never succeed despite what we know. We leave the satisfaction of success to other folks because we do not see ourselves to be anything like the sort of people we see winning.
We quickly become convinced that we are simply impostors or frauds and even credit our current success to pure luck. This strange psychological issue is a phenomenon that can leave anybody in any type of industry feeling like a phony.
Impostor syndrome is especially known to affect programmers at times. This leaves both junior & senior developers hung up on the knowledge and coding tools/languages that they are not too familiar with. They struggle to see their value and negatively compare their skills to the skills of those around them. …
false when analyzed by our loop. A loop will continue running until the defined condition returns
Loops are not too difficult, but sometimes they can confuse those who aren’t too confident or familiar with the concept. …
At some point in my software engineering career, I was introduced to the Ruby programming language, which is known to be one of the easiest programming languages to learn in today's world of programming.
In technical terms, Ruby is:
a dynamic, open-source programming language with a focus on simplicity and productivity. It has an elegant syntax that is natural to read and easy to write.
(As defined in the official ruby page)
When I first got into software engineering, I thought about how the technology came to be. I thought about ancient times when computers didn’t even exist. To think this all came from almost nothing is absolutely fascinating. …