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Prashant Rawal
Full Stack Web Developer. Cs grad πŸŽ“ Student .Worshipper of React.Js and Node.Js. Real madrid fan and a singer 🎀
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Prashant Rawal 14h
Replying to @1Marc @albertgao and 3 others
It's the great frontend masters class.
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Prashant Rawal Feb 19
Replying to @treehouse
Evening and morning
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Prashant Rawal Feb 19
Replying to @sarah_edo
Hehe πŸ˜‚
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Prashant Rawal Feb 18
Replying to @holtbt
Play pubg πŸ˜‰. And I'm ready for team up
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Prashant Rawal Feb 17
! Wq
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Prashant Rawal Feb 17
Replying to @EmmaWedekind
Same here
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Prashant Rawal Feb 14
Ohh at twitch πŸ˜‹ thanks
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Prashant Rawal Feb 14
Where to watch?
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Prashant Rawal Feb 13
Replying to @wesbos
You made my day
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Prashant Rawal Feb 12
Replying to @mjackson
It's a good idea ppl tends to learn fast in their native language
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MICHAEL JACKSON Feb 12
Do you know a language other than English? Do you love ? Join in the translation of the React website into your language!
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Prashant Rawal Feb 10
Replying to @getify
Don't you think it's redundant to check not a and again not a and not b in line 2 and 3?
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Addy Osmani Feb 9
"Rendering on the web": ⚑️ - a performance-focused look at: πŸ“‘ Server rendering πŸ“„ Static rendering πŸ–₯ Client-side rendering πŸ›€ (Re)hydration 🚿 Partial rehydration & more ways to render pages πŸ‘©β€πŸŽ¨
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Prashant Rawal Feb 10
Replying to @nitish24p
I just finished Punisher and it's awesome
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Prashant Rawal Feb 10
Replying to @padmanabhanm @100xcode
Use both whichever suits best. Nothing 's killed
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Prashant Rawal Feb 10
Replying to @EmmaWedekind
Good saying πŸ‘
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Emma Wedekind ✨ Feb 10
You can learn nearly anything with practice and perseverance. The beginning is always hard, but the more you practice the easier things become. It’s also important to take time to digest the things you’ve learned. Taking breaks is crucial for absorbing information βš–οΈ
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Prashant Rawal Feb 10
For searching keys in object use hasOwnProperty rather than Object. Keys coz it's takes O(1).while Object.Keys takes O(n).
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Prashant Rawal Feb 10
haven't posted anything from last 12 days but did quite a lot. Working on a node project βž• complete basics again on frontend masters
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Prashant Rawal Feb 9
Replying to @getify @dan_abramov
I'm OK with both
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