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DevExperience 056 - 5 Things About Me - by @elisabeth0wade (Programmer)👩💻:
I was nominated by the wonderful @sasha.codes to do the #5thingsaboutme challenge 😊❤️ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
1. Ever since I was growing up I always knew I wanted to either do something computer related or health related. Now I ended up doing the first, but if am extremely passionate about health and fitness 😊
2. My favorite animal is the koala 🐨 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
3. I love traveling and exploring the world. ✈️ My dream is to live in a lot of different countries during my lifetime. I have lived in Norway and Canada, and in July I'm moving to Australia🏠
4. My favorite streamer is Sean Plott also known as Day ✨
5. I am an introvert and love spending time working on my own things and being in my own company 😊🐈 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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📸📝 by @elisabeth0wade (Programmer)
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DevExperience 055 - Day 84 about forms - by @andresvidoza (Full Stack Web Developer):
Day #84: I finally got to learn about forms today! After doing the HTML module and not knowing what the action attribute did, I now know how it works. Anyways before getting into sending the data from the form, I had to set up the form first. This means I used the form container with some input and label tags. Form fields must be contained within the HTML form element. This allows values from the fields to be sent to the server when the form is submitted. The data submitted from the HTML form to the server is contained in a special PHP variable called $_POST. By using var_dump, you can examine what the special variable outputs. It is an array of data! Its pretty awesome! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
It takes a lot of work and dedication to be a self-taught programmer. I am not completely self-taugh since I am currently studying software engineering. But I am well aware of the amount of work it takes to do so. For the people out there who are completely self-taught, my hat of to you guys 🙏🏼👌🏼
// 📸📝 by @andresvidoza (Full Stack Web Developer)
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Hi everyone 👋🏿. As I told yesterday, I began to “111 Single Div Pure CSS Flags” project. So, I think a lot about how should I begin, where to begin, what should I do first, and bla bla bla. Lots of thoughts went through my mind. In the end, I decided to read the code from A to Z and take the notes about the parts those I forgot or don’t know 📝. This way, I had the ability to know what I don’t know and first learn them. .
So, I want to share some stuff with you from the project. .
1. CSS pseudo-class ➡️ I know about pseudo classes, but I never get deep into it. So, in the project @dhanishgajjar used “::before and ::after” pseudo classes. A CSS pseudo-class is a keyword added to a selector that specifies a special state of the selected elements. So, “::after” is a pseudo element which allows you to insert content onto a page from CSS. The end result is not actually in the DOM, it appears on the page as if it is. And “::before” is doing exactly the same thing except it only inserts the content before any other content in the HTML instead of after. .
2. CSS Gradients ➡️ They let you display smooth transitions between two or more specified colors. There are 2 types of gradients. One is Linear Gradients and another is radial gradients. Linear gradients goes down/up/left/right/diagonally. In the Radial gradients it is defined by their center. Mr.Dhanish used gradients for the colors of flags. .
3. CSS calc() Function ➡️ The calc() function performs a calculation to be used as the property value. It is a native way to do simple math right in CSS as a replacement for any length value. It has four simple math operators: add (+), subtract (-), multiply (*), and divide (/). It is very true way to size the flags with calc(). It will be so difficult and literally imposibble to resize the all flags pixel by pixel. .
Conclusion ➡️ So learnt and repeated a lot of stuff today, very happy to chose this project. I had to practise CSS and this project fits extremely perfect. .
Happy codings to everyone👋🏿😊
7 737 hours ago
DevExperience 054 - Working with React - by @cris.veraa (Developer):
No todo puede ser jarana en la vida 😄😄... trabajando con react-native 👨🏻💻 .
Work work work 💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻
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Day #75: Just came back from soccer practice as I'm writing this! Feels good to play again after not touching a ball for 6 months due to school. 😒
Today I was able to finish the PHP function module. I got to review the return statement in a function. In PHP you cannot return multiple values at once but you can return an array! Also, I got to learn about variable functions which is basically a function that can get called using a string variable. On top of this, I got to learn about closures. This reminds me a lot of iOS and swift 😬 To wrap things up, I was introduced to PHP string functions and PHP array functions. All these are PHP internal functions! Check those out in the PHP documentation guys. Make sure you guys know how to read documentation! It is very critical!