I help people to learn web and mobile technologies through workshops, webinars and courses.
I prefer teaching through practical examples and encourage everyone to learn by doing.
July 21, 2019 • 🍿 2 min read
Learn how to CSS animations on a element using keyframes and animation property. Here, we learn how to create a heart beat animation using CSS3Continue reading →
July 18, 2019 • 🍿 2 min read
We can learn how to use border radius and transform property to draw a Heart shape using CSSContinue reading →
June 17, 2019 • 🍿 2 min read
We have seen several examples and use cases in react router. One among them is passing props to the route component directly. Lets learn how to do it.Continue reading →
June 12, 2019 • 🍿 6 min read
Creating book details page using react router in our book search application - Part 4Continue reading →
User interface is an art. HTML5 and CSS3 are the tools to create UI for web. Most web developers start their learning journey with HTML and CSS. Its easy to learn HTML and CSS, but takes a lot of practice to master this art.
Ease of development and maintainability is the key for software development. React has been the game changer in developer experience. More and more developers are learning react based web and mobile stack to boost up their career opportunities.
GraphQL become buzzword in tech for recent times along with React. I foresee graphql is here to stay for long with strong communities and companies backing it. A nice to have knowledge will become must have skill on every job description in near future.
What CSS in JS? Are you kidding me? No, I am not. HTML is JS and CSS in JS aren't bad anymore. It solves lot of development problems in recent times and one of the technologies for future along with React and GraphQL
I use both react native and flutter for mobile development, I love both and felt flutter is better in some aspects. But so far, I have released only react native apps to production. Love to learn more and teach more in mobile development through React Native and flutter 😎
Isn't Gatsby belongs to React ecosystem? Yes it does. But I want to keep a special mention for this awesome framework. Gatsby along with headless CMS will replace a lot of traditional decades old websites very soon. Oh boy, this is just a leaf out of whole Gatsby plant, I can't wait to see when the plants becomes a beautiful garden.
I believe in horses for the courses, if there is a requirement for rapid prototyping for basic rest API or website. I prefer Python / Django over JS based stack. After all, tools are chosen based on what we want to accomplish 😊