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Creating a Blazor App with Entity Framework Core 3.0

Introduction Blazor is a framework from Microsoft which makes .Net to run in the browser on top of web assembly. In this article we will be talking about usage of Blazor in a web application simply put pros and cons of using Blazor and different types of Blazor available for different scenarios. Different Types of …

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Custom React Hooks with GraphQL

Introduction to React Hooks Reusable stateful logic functions can be called as Hooks that is introduced by React in version 16.8.0 . Main purpose of hooks is to simplify complex components to make them easier to test and reuse, readable and maintainable Introduction to GraphQL GraphQL is a data query language for APIs it has …

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Azure functions- Part 1

Azure Functions is the serverless alternative for Azure. Serverless computing is changing the whole complex application architecture these days. Serverless computing relieves the developer from the stress of handling cloud infrastructure. Especially when developing complex applications, the serverless feature tends to make a big impact. Let take a look into what is Azure functions and …

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Using Animation in React Native Applications

Introduction Animations in an application are used to make the user interactions colorful and engaging and also to make the product different from the once that are already in the market or so to speak to make the application unique and attention grabbing. Types of Animations Transition Animations Supplement Animations Feedback Animations Decorative Animations Transitions …

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Using Redux in Sample React Native app

What is Redux? Redux is a predictable state manager, what predictable state manager does is that it records the state changes by describing as “Actions” and replay it later making state management predictable. In other words, Redux is a predictable state manager which helps us to write applications that behave consisting which run in different …

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cloud functions

Difference in cloud functions in Google cloud and Firebase

Introduction According to google’s documentation cloud functions are Google Cloud’s event-driven serverless compute platform. Run your code locally or in the cloud without having to provision servers. Go from code to deploy with continuous delivery and monitoring tools. Cloud Functions scales up or down, so you pay only for compute resources you use. Easily create …

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Using Redux in a React Native Application

Introduction Managing states in a react native application can be a pain if the application is a large application and have lots of relationships with each component. What is Redux? Redux is a state management tool. Or according to the official documentation this is a predictable state container for JavaScript. Purpose of this is, it …

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AWS Lambda function | Creating your own serverless functions

Serverless Functions – What Are They? Have you ever used an application/software and thought – Wow, how can an application as small as this possibly have so many features integrated into it? The answer you’re looking for probably has something to do with Serverless Functions and the Cloud – the new face of technology! AWS …

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ci cd pipeline

CI/CD Pipeline|Why teams should use them more often.

What is a CI/CD pipeline Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery or CI/CD are a set of guidelines and principles that allow development teams to update code onto version control systems after having implemented minute changes and modifications. It also involves the ability to deliver changes and updates (new updates, bug fixes and improved features) to …

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react hooks

React Hooks- A glance into using react hooks

Introduction React hooks are newly introduced as a means to reduce code and as a means of reducing the use of classes in react. Hooks are introduced to the version 16.8.0, so here we will be considering pros and cons of React hooks. What is React Hooks and why? Hooks are functions that let you …

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