Always name your own components starting with an uppercase. The reason is whenever the transpiler encounters an element type that starts with a lowercase letter, it assumes it to be a built-in component like <div> or <span> and results in a string 'div' or 'span' directly passed to React.createElement. But types that start with a capital letter will be resolved by the framework to a... Continue Reading →
In your HTMLs, use tags <strong> and <em> instead of <bold> and <italic>. Browsers with correct capabilities, will deal with <strong> and <em> appropriately, which includes displaying bold and italicized texts too, but these browsers would use <bold> and <italic> tags for just styling the displayed text and leave it at that.
Digital Marketing is an amalgam of Digital and Marketing. Experience on both is a must for campaign designers. Going on a marketing overdrive while neglecting the digital part is sure to disengage audience. The delivery is on a digital platform and the audience super-savvy so unless the content has gamified visuals or other digitally exciting... Continue Reading →
Ola Cabs announced at Google I/O, SF, now they have a PWA platform too and it's on Polymer. Ola can now leverage increased reach besides fast App-launch and easy App-distribution among other features of PWAs. Aside, I had always thought of native apps as throw-back to client-server solutions of the 90s, which had so many... Continue Reading →
Result of "Most Loved, Dreaded, and Wanted Languages", show Python is the most wanted, but it's not the most loved. Interesting. While Django is 'conspicuous by its absence'.
Virtual Machine (VM) of Google Compute Engine (GCE), has the potential to replace desktops. You can switch devices and continue where you exactly left off. Coupled with Jupyter it's a breeze running Machine Learning (ML) projects on the GCE VMs. I used Anaconda to install Python ML modules and it was smooth. pyplot had issues... Continue Reading →