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July 10th, 2020: What did you learn this week?

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It's that time of the week again.

So wonderful devs, what did you learn this week? It could be programming tips, career advice etc.

Harleyquinn reading a book and drinking tea

Feel free to comment with what you learnt and/or reference your TIL post to give it some more exposure.

#todayilearned

Summarize a concept that is new to you.

And remember, if something you learnt was a big win for you, then you know where to drop it as well.πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ»πŸ‘‡πŸΌπŸ‘‡πŸ½πŸ‘‡πŸΎπŸ‘‡πŸΏ

Kid riding flying animal in the Neverending Story movie

Discussion

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I learned about text-based browsers. Naturally I've made some adjustment in my .zshrc so I can search from my terminal like this.

? how do I get out of vim

Some of the details about this I explain them here.

I also learned about this awesome vim plugin that can turn a buffer into an interactive scratchpad.
demo with some python code

 
 

I want to learning it too, its neo-vim and vim are same?

 

They are not the same. But I believe that the most recent versions of vim and neovim can do the same things.

 

In this week i learning a lot

  1. ruby on rails, learning how templating html.slim & making layout
  2. Learning how docker working, create image in docker all thats in ubuntu
  3. Learning how blockchain work, forking coin, build gui wallet and deploy to server (maybe deploy to docker in next week)
  4. Learning lumen laravel register api + jwt
  5. Tailwind.css its very easy instalation using nuxt.js, next project i will use it, hope i can mastering tailwind.css + nuxt.js
 
 

This week I learnt.
How to hook up redux to the create-react-app boiler plate.
How to hook up redux form to the above application.
And how to connect that to thunk and execute an async method to make an API call.

So it's been a good week.

 
 

I'm using the weekend to finish up learning about NPM, Babel and Webpack and I've learned about Github, connecting them to existing projects for easy commits and how you create pull requests and issues. (Using the extension on VS code.)

 
 

For me, it's been philosophical learning.

Changing and improving the way you talk/write can have a considerable impact on how you're perceived. I've started taking writing more seriously lately, and the outcome has been quite good. My latest posts have gotten a lot more attention and love.

I might even make a post talking about my experience and some tips on how to improve your writing skills, although I'm by no means an expert on the subject.

 

That sounds like it would make for an awesome post.

You did it!

 
 

This week I learnt about nuxtjs colour module and using nuxtjs/content module and also that I need to learn some more Vue...

 

Interesting I am also learning nuxt its great but I faced some issues while connecting Vuetify with it in production. Also can you tell about these modules that you mentioned.

 

I read the posts on the official blog they are well documented:

@nuxtjs/color-mode
zh.nuxtjs.org/blog/going-dark-with...

and the latest post on using content module:
zh.nuxtjs.org/blog/creating-blog-w...

Hope this helps. I've such fun learning them and want to learn more.

 
 

I'm still planning to learn more about about data science

 
 

I learned about Azure Durable Functions and started tinkering around with CosmosDb.

 

Sounds like it would make for a great post on DEV! πŸ˜‰

Hot Rod saying Cool beans!

 

Hmmm, haven't made my first post on DEV yet. What if I started with how to create a Todo List API using dotnetcore/C#? Would that be lame?

It wouldn't be lame at all. Go for it! Scott Hanselman thanks you in advance for the amazing post you will write.

Ben Stiller saying Do It in Starsky and Hutch

 

I learned about some security pitfalls in React app and yes, as always, will share my best in the form of a DEV article coming today. πŸ˜‰

 
 

I've learned about how to take over a repository on GitHub and integrate many stuffs about modern PHP and some useful tools.

 
 

I completed the M001 course on MongoDB basics (it's free at Mongo!) and learned different ways to parse Mongo data!

 
 

I learnt a bit of pandas in python, like how to control the display of dataframes... Note I can use pandas to print out tables without worrying about pandas auto truncating the data... Yay!!!

 
 

This week I learned to build web frontend using only WebAssembly. Look ma! (Almost) no HTML and javascript!

 
 
 

I am currently trying my hands on steganography and playing around with CTFs. As well as Iearned about Vuetify and am using it in my nuxt project

 
 

I've learned React Transition Group to make animations when mounting and unmouting a component.

 

I learn what is reduce, how to use it and when. Because last week I understood state management and used it with Context and Hooks