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Visibility Modifiers in Kotlin

Welcome back to our series on Kotlin! In our last article, we looked at class & object in Kotlin and today we’ll cover the various types of visibility modifiers that are available to you in the Kotlin programming language. [...]

By Arjun Rao | 5/15/2019 | General| Beginners Read More >

Introduction to TypeScript

A few months back, we featured an article about the top programming languages on the rise for 2019. Coming in at a surprising #3 was the JavaScript superset TypeScript. In fact, it’s now the language with the 7th highest number of contributors in GitHub. For many programmers coming from more t [...]

By Arjun Rao | 5/13/2019 | General| Beginners Read More >

More new additions to the JavaScript standard ES2019

In our last two articles about the new additions to the ES2019 JavaScript standard, we covered two interesting features: flatMap and fromEntries. But along with these two new JavaScript features, there are a few others worth mentioning. They’re minor and don’t warrant an entire article e [...]

By Ran Bar-Zik | 5/8/2019 | General| Beginners Read More >

Constructors & Inheritance in Kotlin

In our last Kotlin article, we looked at class and object. Today, we’ll first talk about constructors and then turn to the subject of inheritance. [...]

By Arjun Rao | 4/26/2019 | General| Beginners Read More >

Real-world Units Tests in React with Jest and Enzyme

In our previous articles on React, we talked about unit testing. One of the things that disappoints me a bit with these articles is that I’m forced to make the examples quite simple—pretty much Hello World level kind of stuff. Then, when you get to real-world testing all these cute littl [...]

By Ran Bar-Zik | 4/23/2019 | General| Beginners Read More >

ES2019 Create Objects from Arrays with fromEntries

One of the best new features in ES2019 is fromEntries—a wonderful new method that’s easy to understand and really helps in converting array key/value pairs into objects. But why would we even need to convert an array into objects? Well, if you’re interfacing to various APIs with so [...]

By Ran Bar-Zik | 4/17/2019 | General| Beginners Read More >

All About Asymmetric Encryption

In the previous article in this series, we looked at symmetric encryption and saw how, despite the fact that it can be a very secure form of encryption, at the end of the day we’re still talking about encryption based on the same principles as those from thousands of years ago, such as the Atb [...]

By Ran Bar-Zik | 4/11/2019 | General| Beginners Read More >

Using flatMap in ES2019

Since it’s already April, looks like it’s time to start talking about the new JavaScript standard, ES2019. This new JS standard includes a few interesting extras but nothing too dramatic. The most interesting new addition is called flatMap, and though it may not be revolutionary, it is q [...]

By Ran Bar-Zik | 4/4/2019 | General| Beginners Read More >

Class and Object in Kotlin

Welcome back to our introductory series on Kotlin. In this article, we’ll start to dig into how Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) works in Kotlin. We’ll cover class and object and, of course, give you some code examples that you can learn from. [...]

By Arjun Rao | 3/26/2019 | General| Beginners Read More >

Testing React Components with Jest and Enzyme

In the last article, we scratched the surface of unit testing with Jest in React. The problem with that article is that it’s a bit on the Hello World level and not nearly enough to really be able to start testing. When we write tests, we have a lot more than a simple, stateless component. Ofte [...]

By Ran Bar-Zik | 3/18/2019 | General| Beginners Read More >

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