The term API is an acronym which stands for “Application Programming Interface”.
You can think of an API like like ordering pizza. You can choose from a list of toppings and entries, you place the order — and #BOOM, a completed pizza is delivered. The pizza shop handles preparing the food and such. How it’s done isn’t your concern, so long as you get your pizza.
Similarly, an API lists a bunch of operations that developers can use, along with a description of what they do. The developer doesn’t necessarily need to know how, for example, an operating system builds…
=> gives it a sublime, syntactic sugar that removed the need for the following:
This gave arrow functions a very clean and concise syntax and reduced some of the complexity involved in scoping and
However, like anything with engineering, there are some tradeoffs to using them. There are a number of situations in which arrow functions are…
This is a topic that’s been battled over many times. Which is better?
Using a Grid system or Flexbox for you websites layout and content? Let’s dive in and learn about the key differences between the two and when they should be used.
Grid is used for two dimensional layouts.
Flexbox is used for one dimensional layouts.
Grid layouts (i.e. Bootstrap or CSS Grid) are used for Two Dimensional Layouts. What does that mean? It means that if you’re going to create a layout with both Rows and Columns, use the Grid system.
This is a perfect solution for laying…
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