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For this week's project, I have decided to work on the Odin Project CV application task, to test my knowledge of React state and prop. I have been lea…
In the tech community, there are 2 words that I noticed are often interchangeably used: technical blogging and technical writing. I have received seve…
In the previous post on "Intro to Web Development Series" I chalked out my rough plan of this ambitious project I had in my mind for months. So, let'…
Why Infinite Scrolling?
Infinite scroll is almost everywhere (YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, etc.). So using pagination makes our app belong to the past…
Here goes my first hashnode post!
The problem statement
I wanted to extract some text from a webpage. To be specific, I wanted to get anything that's …
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