Many people know how to write css. But few know how to write it well. In the current day and age, there are a lot of things a web developer must look into so as to develop a modular, maintainable website that works both on mobile as well as desktop devices. Things to know about […]Read More Things to know if you want to write good CSS!
There was a issue I faced after a learning a little about Css. The first question which came to my mind was – how do I organize this!? Css methodologies are here to fix that. I recently learned about this particular methodology called BEM and I will try my best to teach this to […]Read More Awesome CSS Methodology!
Mou is an app to write in markdown Online Ide is https://dillinger.io/ Paragraphs ,Headers and Text Styles- Markdown requires a full newline for something to become a paragraph Two sets of underscores(_)/stars(*) will make the content bold – **alu** – alu one set of underscores(_)/stars(*) will make the content italic – *alu* – alu Double ~ will do […]Read More Notes on Markdown
This will act as a reference on how to use the prime ng website properly since some things are not clearly given. First step: Add the import statement given in the documentation in your app.module.ts file Then add the module to your imports. Step two: Add the tag to the template as given in the […]Read More Notes on primeNg
The topics covered in this note – 1. Form Controls – Encapsulates the input in our forms and gives us objects 2. Validators– Validate our data 3.Observer– Lets us watch our form and react accordingly Two main parts – Form Control Form Group Form Control- Represents single input field Form Control encapsulates the field values & states. […]Read More Angular Forms in Depth
This way will show you a procedure to follow when creating something complicated with angular. The way i propose it may not be the best way out there but is simple and good to have in your arsenal. Using their procedure i have had success un-complicating complex components. Step 1 – Break down the […]Read More Angular Component Design
The memory palace is a technique which I first got exposure to from the superlearner 2.0 course on skill share. And its an awesome technique. The main idea is to use our Geo-spatial memory to remember stuff, as it is more developed than the other forms of memory we have. So, how to get started? […]Read More The Memory Palace
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I receive on an average five applications with Curriculum Vitae (CV) every day from students and young professionals who are interested to make careers in the field of environment. Out of the 100 CVs that I examine, I would say that less than 5% of the CVs look…
Well, after reading a few books by tony buzan, ron white and harry lorayne and also going through the super learner course on skillshare, I have come up with a particular procedure that I use in the time that I study. Mnemonics are very useful in order to memorize lists, but I find them slightly […]Read More The Learning Method I Use
I wont shit you with a huge introductory text. Yes. It depends. I will list the elements that I have found useful from my college education – C/C++ – people think these to extinct technologies that they are learning. That is absolutely wrong. These are still widely used. Java – Used widely in android native. […]Read More Does your college education really matter in the industry?(B.Tech CSE only)