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Hash Tables Simplified

by Sardor Nazirov on June 10, 2019

Hash table is a data structure designed for quick look ups and insertions. On average, its complexity is O(1) or constant time. The main component of a hash table is its hash function. The better the hash function, the more…

Strapi.js – A new way to build Node.js APIs

by Sardor Nazirov on June 3, 2019

Strapi.js is the most advanced Node.js Framework and Headless CMS out there. Even though it is not as popular as Express.js, it has the power to save weeks of development time for teams working on Node.js applications. With built-in admin…

Practical guide to build Serverless applications with Netlify and React.js

by Sardor Nazirov on May 28, 2019

Serverless technology is taking over the back-end development world. Some businesses are already dumping microservices infrastructure and switching to serverless. However, the learning curve for serverless is pretty steep and it comes with great complexity. Netlify is trying to solve…

Intro to Processing: Creating Colorful Brush Strokes

by Matt OBrien on May 26, 2019

If you’ve ever wanted to learn to create art and games with programming, you might have heard of Processing. Processing is a kind of coding sketchbook, used by programmers and artists alike. By using basic programming concepts, you can create…

Exploring React Native

by Jaime Betancourt on May 24, 2019

In the previous article, titled “Getting Started with React Native”, we briefly went over what React Native is. We went through the installation process for the Expo CLI and the React Native CLI. The last thing we did was create…

Getting Started With React Native

by Jaime Betancourt on May 20, 2019

React Native In this article you will learn how to set up your computer to begin developing apps using React Native. Before we begin, what is React Native? As stated on the official React Native website, https://facebook.github.io/react-native/, “React Native lets…

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