If you like working on React but haven’t tried hooks, I am about to change your life. Hooks makes setting state so much easier, and you can bring state into function components without changing them into class components. Infant using hooks you do not need any class components. To start add the below to the top of your React app.
You may be familiar with RSPEC in Rails as a way to test your code. Today I am going to show you how to set up RSPEC yourself in Rails and thus write the tests to test your own code. Let’s start by adding
gem "rspec" to your gem file under development, then (you guessed it) a bundle install. After you've done that run
rails generate rspec:install in your terminal. This should create a spec folder with the following pages. You don’t need to touch these.
On any rails app inside of your database you will find a schema page labeled schema.rb. That schema page will only be filled when your migrations are complete. Below is a common migration, user, in this example below user has a first name, last name, password, bio, email and of course bank number. To begin your migration type ‘rails g resource user’ into the terminal. This will prompt your rails app to create a controller and below user table, which you will then fill in with the data needed on each user instance.
The secret to building a Chinese zodiac algorithm is realizing that if you take a birth year, subtract four and divide that number by 12, you will get a number between 0–11. Using that number you can figure out the corresponding Animal with this order (using array logic-meaning the first index is 0): Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig. As explained above, first we begin with a variable of year, (please note all functions below are written in fat array syntax). On line 46, our switch statement takes the year, subtracts 4 and…