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    Comprehensive guide to using Redux in React Native

    Using hooks with Redux makes it simple to manage state internally in React Native applications with many components.

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    How to test 400 React components without breaking a sweat

    Your organization’s development experience can be detrimental to your ability to ship code to your clients. There is a very delicate balance that needs to be found between testing your code and design.

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    Seven Mistakes To Avoid In Your Technical Interviews

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    Overcoming 7 main problems of learning to code for people who don’t have a developer job

    If you don’t have a job as a developer, learning how to code becomes a much bigger challenge for a simple reason β€” developers can learn to code on the job.

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    Generating Sudokus in CSS

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    Must-Watch Videos​
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    ​Mocking APIs During Development in React​

    In this video, we'll use MSW (Mock Service Worker) to mock HTTP requests both on the browser but also on the server during SSR (Server Side Rendering) in Next.js

    by Leigh Halliday​
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    ​Cracking Enigma in 2021​

    Enigma is known as the WWII cipher, but how does it hold up in 2021? Dr. Mike Pound implemented it and shows how it stacks up against his laptop.

    by Computerphile​
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    ​Particle Systems with Image Textures​

    It's time to expand beyond grayscale particles! In this video, Shiffman demonstrates how to make a fire or smoke-like effect by using image textures and additive blending with a particle system.

    by Daniel Shiffman​
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    ​Using Storybook stories with Testing Library​

    Did you know that you can import your stories from Storybook and run them as tests? Jimmy recently learned about this cool idea and he's going to show some examples he put together that showcase some of the benefits of doing so. He'll be using React, Jest, and Testing Library for these examples, but many of the concepts will apply to other frameworks and setups as well.

    by Jimmy Cleveland​
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    GitHub repo​
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    ​React-hot-toast​

    Add beautiful notifications to your React app with react-hot-toast. Lightweight. Smoking hot by default.
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    ​Headless UI​
    A set of completely unstyled, fully accessible UI components, designed to integrate beautifully with Tailwind CSS.
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    ​Free Python Books​

    A list of Python books in English that are free to read online or download.
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    ​DupeGuru​

    dupeGuru is a cross-platform (Linux, OS X, Windows) GUI tool to find duplicate files in a system. It’s written mostly in Python 3 and has the peculiarity of using multiple GUI toolkits, all using the same core Python code. On OS X, the UI layer is written in Objective-C and uses Cocoa. On Linux & Windows, it’s written in Python and uses Qt5.
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    VPN Mobile App

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    by Sulton handaya​
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    Fitness & Workout App

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    by Gregory Riaguzov​
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    typeface.directory β€” Launch

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    by Jason Reynolds​
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    Job Finder

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    by Vetrick Wilsen​

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    Podcasts worth listening​
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    ​The CSS Podcast: N-match Notation​

    Welcome back to The CSS Podcast, where we cover all things CSS from accessibility to c-index. Today, Una and Adam will discuss a micro syntax for pseudo-class notification when working with nth-child.
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    ​Hasty Treat - CSS Nesting 1​

    In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes talk about CSS nesting β€” what it is, when to use it, and why.
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    ​Dev Tools Tabs Explained β€” Plus Tips & Tricks​

    In this episode of Syntax, Scott and Wes talk about dev tools tabs, what each tab does and how you can use them.
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    ​Event Tracking & Appcues​

    Marie & Chris talk about the brand new event tracking feature in Appcues. We’re still pretty stoked we can even afford Appcues since it’s super pricey software for our company. The fact that they just released event tracking dashboards makes it feel much more affordable though because this unlocks super valuable information for us instantly.
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