One of the ask in the interview is “Person should be a team player can work cross-team”.
Have you ever thought about what it means? Which all trait company is looking in the candidate? Is it just working within the development team or non-tech team too?
You will be surprised that how many times a developer gets rejected because the developer was not able to explain the role he/she plays in cross-team. It is important to learn and understand that development cannot be done in the isolation. …
This is the content I prepared for my youtube channel’s video.
[Here is the link](https://youtu.be/ybgbjeyVOPI)
1. Why CSS Architecture matter?
2. What are the options
3. How to decide?
I have published the whole article at Dev.to: Read here
A few months back while talking to a developer I realised that another issue of less awareness around the “Web Accessibility” is also because companies do not ask for accessibility knowledge. Hence, this gets overlooked. To do my part I started writing on “Interview questions guide on accessibility”.
Here are the all questions I wrote so far.
A: There are a few major screen-readers:
1) MAC OS — Voiceover (best with Safari)
2) Windows — JAWS, Narrator, NVDA,
3) LINUX — ORCA
4) Chromevox — Chrome Browser
A: There are a few ways through which we can hide the content from the screen readers:
1) Hiding images: aria-hidden=”true” and
2) To completely hide from the screen readers use
A: No, it is not accessible at all. We should have the data loading only on-demand such as on click of the button
fn + cmmd + F5 : To toggle the Voiceover
A: VoiceOver users…
“If there are two or more conflicting CSS rules that point to the same element, the browser follows some rules to determine which one is most specific and therefore wins out.” — W3schools
In this blog, we are going to learn about the rules and how to apply them to solve the conflicts. In CSS there are different ways to apply the style to your HTML document:
Developers get confused about which style will be picked by the browser. Good news is that it is not complex, it is just simple rules. Just think that every…
What is testing? What is testing for developers? Why Testing is important?
Writing test-cases as per the developers is a tedious job. A developer is not able to see a bigger problem they are trying to solve by writing test-cases in their project. It is not 100% their fault. The problem is the way we developers learn, we always give priority to write code first.
This is the series where I will take you through the Testing guide — Why, How and when?
We are working in the world of agile. The requirements keep changing and we developers keep re-writing…
If you are an organizer, first-time organizer or planning to start your own meetup here are the few tips for you.
My name is Neha Sharma, I am the organiser of JSLovers . I am doing meetups from last four years and able to expand it in four cities. So, far I have hosted 100+ offline meetups, hosted from local to international speakers as well as JSLovers got the opportunity to be invited to Meetup HQ, New York. I also got the award for running the Meetups.
In the last post, we saw how we can reuse components in React byusing children.props. In this post, we are going to learn one more pattern to reuse for creating reusable components in React — render.props.
render.props are a way to write reusable components. As per the React docs — “render.props is a way of sharing code between React components using a prop whose value is a function.” There is constant confusion and comparison of render.props with children.props. However, both have their own use cases but render.props is more powerful than children.props, we will see in a while.
Generally, most the developers assume that if we are making components we can reuse the components many times. Which is true, though.
But think of those scenarios where we have to use the same components but with different requirements such as — content is different, UI is different, data is different.
In your app you have 3 types of buttons all of the…