All our lives, we are enslaved by our minds, in one way or another way got distracted from primary goal, we are unaware of our emotions and take actions involuntarily. But we hold more power than we know.
The term Self-Mastery is the ability to recognize, understand, control, and make the most out of your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual self. It is gained through awareness, understanding, and control over your thoughts, emotions, and actions.
Well, the great way to share the tips of finding a job in a European country like Finland (where the language barrier is one of the main things) by telling my own experience.
I came to Finland in December 2020 for studying master's in ICT. To be honest, I began to apply for jobs in Finland from my home country as soon as I got my residence permit for Finland in November 2020. I didn’t have any Finnish home address or phone number to write it in my CV. But I wanted to see how the Finnish job market works.
In the previous episode, we created a custom hook to fetch from Countries API. In this tutorial, we will take the API response and render it into the Material-UI table. Before moving forward, what is Material-UI?
Material-UI components work in isolation. They are self-supporting, and will only inject the styles they need to display. They don’t rely on any global style-sheets such as normalize.css.
To install and save in your
package.json dependencies, run:
// with npm
npm install @material-ui/core//…
In the previous episode, we had learned about how, when, and why we do optimization.
In this article, you will be enlightened about some examples of premature optimization in general and what problems are linked to it
Let’s get started.
Previously, react was offering props-rendering and higher-order components which make your code reusable. But it was hard to follow and understand. There comes the need of using Hooks in react, which basically allows you to reuse stateful logic without disturbing your component hierarchy. It lets you split your code into smaller functions. There are already some hooks available in the store to use, for example, useEffect, useState, useContext. You can just call them and you are good to go.
But as your code gets complex, you need more control over it which you can do by creating your own custom…
Performance optimization is the process of streamlining and making your server as effective as possible to deliver the web content faster.
Generally, React is famous for its incredible speed and performance is one of its great advantages. The features React using for this purpose are virtual DOM, server-side rendering, support for bundling, and tree-shaking. Therefore, we will look at several ways how you can make your React Application efficient.
1.Use Production Build