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Last active Apr 17, 2021
Git branches and merging

Basic workflow for git branching:

Create a branch called "my_feature_branch" and change your git to working on that branch:

git checkout -b my_feature_branch

The branch is an exact clone of what master was when you ran the command.

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Last active Apr 5, 2021
4 Different Ways To Write An Arrow Function With JSX

4 different ways to write an arrow function with JSX

const SettingsPage = (props) => {
    return (
            <Link to="/">Home</Link>
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Last active Apr 24, 2021
How ES6+ Destructuring Works

How destructuring works:

Given the JS Object:

const user = { name: "Ira", email: "", favColor: "blue" };

making variables WITHOUT using destructuring:

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Last active May 11, 2021
Intro to Datastructures and Algorithms Cheat Sheet

React Router

By Alex Merced Updates by Ira Herman

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Learning Objectives

  • Use React Router's BrowserRouter, Link, Route, Redirect, and Switch
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Last active Dec 6, 2020
"Take-Home" Coding Challenge: Movies App

"Take-Home" Coding Challenge: Movies App

By Ira Herman

This code challange prompt is modeled after real-world take-home code challenges/prompts many companies use as part of their technical interview process.

This will help you practice/prepare to build a mini-project off of specs, and give you practice/reinforcement using ReactJS with an API back end.

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Created Aug 10, 2020
How to access your MongoDB in a command-line node shell using mongoose

How to access your MongoDB in a command-line node shell using mongoose

To load up a node console where you can access the database:

in terminal, run node then paste in these lines:

// Connect to mongodb:
// Load up our models:

Run Server:

python3 runserver

Create DB:


Make migrations:

python3 makemigrations

Migrate DB:

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Created Apr 2, 2020
Classroom culture, intentions, and how to succeed

Classroom Culture

How to succeed in class:

  • Take initiative.
  • Ask for help.
  • Practice, practice, practice.

Let's all agree to:

  • Treat each other with respect
  • Avoid bringing distractions into class

RESTful Routes to CRUD Mapping

Example resource: fruits

In I.N.D.U.C.E.S. route order:

URL HTTP Verb Action Notes
/fruits/ GET index INDEX when a user types localhost:3000/fruits in browser this route shows a list or index of all fruits
/fruits/new GET new NEW when a user types localhost:3000/fruits/new in browser this route shows the user a form to create a NEW fruit