As you are reading this blog, you are one of the cool developers and to become the coolest developer you need to follow the above quote. Here, I am sharing my story, when I tried to become the coolest developer! When I heard about hooks in React JS, I read about it and tried to write new components … Continue reading Component lifecycle with useEffect
When it comes to logging or tracking changes in Ruby on Rails models, We typically tend to use either paper_trail or audited gems as these are most popular and widely used gems in Ruby on Rails applications for tracking changes in Rails models, but what if you want to track the custom events on controller … Continue reading Custom event tracking with ActiveSupport::Notifications and Audited
Google drives developers to produce scalable and modular code with Android Architecture components. Dagger 2 takes it much further, creating a single repository where all your classes are initialized so that every Activity, Fragment, ViewModel and Repository is free from initializing the classes they are dependent on. Dagger 2 uses Dependency Injection to create scalable, … Continue reading Dependency Injection in Android with Dagger 2
As iOS developers, we have always faced the pain of testing the APNS (Apple Push Notification Services) only on actual iOS devices. Well, not anymore from Xcode 11.4 beta, because now we can test APNS on simulators also. We’ll directly dive into the action of “how-to”. So follow my lead : Have Xcode 11.4 beta(latest … Continue reading Catching APNS on your Xcode Simulator
The story begins with the project I was working on. Now a days deployment on cloud is beneficial as it saves lots of time and money to setup new infrastructure on your On-Premises, as cloud is also evolving from Bare HVM machines to containers as light weight VM’s. This blog is not for the comparison … Continue reading GKE: Ingress Controllers
Content posted here with the permission of the author PJ Hagerty, who is Developer, writer, speaker, musician, and Developer Advocate. He is known to travel the world speaking about programming and the way people think and interact. Programming languages tend to have trends. Once upon a time, it was COBOL that ruled the world. Then … Continue reading Elixir Isn’t Ruby
Content posted here with the permission of the author Akshay Birajdar, who is currently employed at Josh Software. Original post available here As a Rails developer, every time we work on a Rails project we heavily use rails console for development. I love the rails console as much as any Rails developer. It is the best … Continue reading Making Your Rails Console Interesting..
Content posted here with the permission of the author Tanya Saroha, who is currently employed at Josh Software. Original post available here A second part can change the prequel. It can either ruin a good first impression by being too extravagant or polish it to a perfect shine. And Golang Girls 2019, the 2nd edition organized in Pune … Continue reading Let’s get Go-ing!
Content posted here with the permission of the author Payal Bhalerao, who is currently employed at Josh Software. Original post available here We always enjoy fast and responsive user interface, but generally during fast development performance gets neglected. In case of react app development, We generally rely on react’s virtual DOM, that it will perform diffing … Continue reading React: Boost performance with effective rendering