Why is setState giving me the wrong value?
In the React environment, working with properties and states is an obvious thing, because both props and state represent rendered values, i.e., what’s currently seen on the screen. To apply changes to a component we need to change the component’s state or props. React only updates what’s necessary by comparing an element and its children to the previous one, and applies the DOM updates to bring the DOM to the desired state.
The Basics of Scrum with Codetain: Intro
I’ve stumbled upon an interesting statement that project management frameworks and methodologies were made no to make the development faster, but to prevent the chaos while implementing a given project. At Codetain, we mainly use Scrum to get things done. What is Scrum and how is it possible we work in sprints, but hate running? Let me explain...
Navigation with an animated indicator
If you also pay attention to details and like UI improvements, this article is for you! This time, I’m happy to show you how to create a simple animated indicator in a navigation bar. However, such an indicator will configure its width and position automatically depending on our links.
Creating your custom image with Packer by HashiCorp
Dear Reader, do you also share the struggles of a DevOps life? Then you probably know the importance of the right tools - tools that we would love to be intuitive, well-organised, easy to use. It often happens that we can’t choose our favourite tools to work with. However, it shouldn’t stop you from testing by yourself! That’s what I do in my free time and I want to share with you what I got to know recently.