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  • SebastianM/tinystate
    • GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
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  • Learn Bootstrap 4 in 30 minutes by building a landing page website
    • Before starting, there are some skills you’ll have to know in order to learn and use the Bootstrap framework: The Bootstrap Grid system helps you to create your layout and easily build a responsive…
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    • Slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1TY2wDLWvbY9hxuhXxFLMY6xfrpdmpMnsTflipEwtsiI/edit Libraries are the building blocks of every serious applicati…
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  • TinyState tries to solve the following problem: – – { } ; { count ; } * A Container is a very simple class that holds your state and some logic for updating it.
  • If you have global state that should be injectable in all your components, add the container(s) to the array of your root Module (which is usually called ): – – With the configuration show above, you can inject the container in every component of your application.
  • Let’s say we want to write a test for the following container: – – Here’s an example of a possible test with Jasmine: – – Let’s write a test for the following component: – – To enable support for the Redux Devtools Extension, add the following module to your root…
  • But you will see how the state of all your containers change, which is even without action names useful for debugging: – – Do you have a global state or a state that is needed in several components that you want to share between them and think that solutions like…
  • If you think your state is too complex/big or you want a replayable, fully predictable state container, you should consider using NGRX, NGXS or Redux.

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  • To get it, we are going to add the navbar class to our index.html file: – nav class=navbar navbar-expand-lg fixed-top – a class=navbar-brand href=#Home/a – button class=navbar-toggler type=button data-toggle=collapse aria-expanded=false aria-label=Toggle navigation – span /buttondiv class=collapse navbar-collapse id=navbarSupportedContent – ul class=navbar-nav mr-4 – – li class=nav-item – a class=nav-link href=#About/a…
  • header{ – background-image: background-attachment: fixed; – background-size: cover; – background-position: center; – }Lets add an overlay to make the header look a bit more professional: – Add this to your index.html file: – header class=header – div add this to your main.css file: – .
  • container is a Bootstrap class that will help you to wrap your content and make your layout more responsive: – header class=header – div class=overlay/div – div class=container – – /div – – /headerThen, add another div which will contain the description.
  • jpg class=img-fluid – span class=text-justifyS.Web Developer/span – /div/divAfter adding the the HTML elements on the right-side, the structure of the code will look like this: – div class=row – div class=col-lg-4 col-md-4 col-sm-12 – img data-src=images/team-3.
  • — portfolio — – div class=portfolio – h1 div class=container – div class=row – div class=col-lg-4 col-md-4 col-sm-12 – img class=img-fluid – /div – div class=col-lg-4 col-md-4 col-sm-12 – img class=img-fluid – /div – div class=col-lg-4 col-md-4 col-sm-12 – img class=img-fluid – /divdiv class=col-lg-4 col-md-4 col-sm-12 – img class=img-fluid -…

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