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Znadams
@Znadams
area^
react seems to be slightly more popular according to job postings but its so slgiht it does not seem statistically relevant
Kevin K. Lee
@kevinkiklee
learn react. it's easier. simple as that.
also, most of the new projects that are starting now are using react.
there aren't many new things starting with angular. most of the angular jobs are maintenance jobs. at least in nyc.
Znadams
@Znadams
Thanks @kevinkiklee
CamperBot
@camperbot
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Kevin K. Lee
@kevinkiklee
@Znadams if you want to get a job asap, this is a good curriculum: https://github.com/P1xt/p1xt-guides/blob/master/job-ready.md
Znadams
@Znadams
Thanks! im working through the v2.0 as we speak
well sort of, im brushing up on some basic javascript first
Kevin K. Lee
@kevinkiklee
super. it's a good curriculum.
Dan Couper
@DanCouper
As well as being batteries included, the way Angular does stuff is [in a lot of ways] very similar to what you'd see in Java, which is always going to mean it'll be popular. It's popular and widely used, but dunno how much of that is maintenance of legacy enterprise stuff. advertises they want
And everyone advertises they want React devs, so take with pinch of salt
Kevin K. Lee
@kevinkiklee
i just went through the job search process in nyc, and most of the angular jobs are 1.x jobs. i didn't see many angular 2+. and not many companies were trying to start something new with angular. most companies that were about to start something were planning to use react.
Znadams
@Znadams
any opinions on react native vs cordova/ionic?
Kevin K. Lee
@kevinkiklee
but angular is big, reliable and it is still used widely. doesn't hurt to learn. however, if your goal is to get into the industry asap, learning react will be faster than angular. angular is the chicken sink.
i haven't worked on mobile, but i do know several friends that are starting work on react native.
Znadams
@Znadams
Thanks Kevin, helpful as always :)
A-J Roos
@Asjas
Haha yeah he's been inspiring the last couple of days :)
Kevin K. Lee
@kevinkiklee
and i'm sure, in a couple of years, react will die and we'll be on webassembly or elm.
Znadams
@Znadams
Sometimes I feel that the market moves too fast :/
Kevin K. Lee
@kevinkiklee
lol, i'm starting my new job on monday. i had some free time, so decided to come back to fcc real quick. after today, i'll probably end up disappearing because i'll be getting my ass kicked at the new job.
A-J Roos
@Asjas
Lol. Well it's been great xD
Znadams
@Znadams
The hottest fire creates the strongest steel
Kevin K. Lee
@kevinkiklee
lol, i was an ass at certain points though =D i sometimes lose my filter when i'm online, because it's not a face-to-face conversation.
Znadams
@Znadams
Thats probably fairly common
Dan Couper
@DanCouper
YMMV Cordova is a massive pain in the ass, and IMO would be better if it died, but that may just be bad experiences. RN is pretty easy to use and works very well. If you ain't building for specific platform using Swift or Kotlin or whatever, seems next-best option.
Ken Haduch
@khaduch
@kevinkiklee - best of luck with your new job!
unityredd
@unityredd
I'm attempting to work on my tribute page and need a bit of help
A-J Roos
@Asjas
Sure. What do you need help with?
unityredd
@unityredd
I was wanting to add a background image that would be behind all the text and other elements on my page. can't seem to find the right resources.
very new to all of this.
A-J Roos
@Asjas
You can either create a <div> and apply a background-image to it or you can apply the image to the body.
You apply the background-image in css to the element
unityredd
@unityredd
Thank you. Trying that now.
vengal
@vengal4327
Hi Guys, I'm getting '$export is not a function' when trying to import modules from another package that I wrote. like when I do
"Import modul_name from package-name". Any idea? I was able to import other packages without any issue.
The project is compiling fine.. but getting this error only when I'm trying to run in browser..
Ken Haduch
@khaduch
@vengal4327 - are there times when you have to use import { module_name } from 'package-name';? I'm just getting to that part in a React course that I'm going through. Still not quite sure when you need the curly brackets, I think it's when there are multiple exported functions?
Tom
@moT01
the curlys are for individual functions
i think they're all defined and ready to use when you put them in curlys
texirv0203
@texirv0203

hi,

using hashtable how to find which number is ocurring how many times for example in 33767999we need to 3 has occurred 2 times, 7 two times and 9 three times

Ken Haduch
@khaduch
@texirv0203 - did you get the idea of my first part / suggestion that I posted in the other room?

@texirv0203 - it was to convert a value that is a number to a string, then split it. That gives you access to an array of the individual digits.

var num = 33767999;
num.toString().split('').forEach(  
    // you write a function here 
);

the function within the .forEach() method would be able to access the individual elements of the array, and build the hash in an object.

Ken Haduch
@khaduch
you could also take that same array, after the .split() and use a for loop to access the elements. I'm not sure what your level of exposure is to various code functions in JavaScript.
texirv0203
@texirv0203
@khaduch hey how to build hash...I have never used hash before :(
Ken Haduch
@khaduch

@texirv0203 - in this context, I would say that you need to make this "hash" as an object. Each key/value pair in the object will be a key consisting of one of the digit values in the string, and the value would be the number of times that it occurs in the number. So you would want to end up with an object, for your example digit string, that looks like this:

{3: 2, 6: 1, 7: 2, 9: 3}
3: 2
6: 1
7: 2
9: 3

Are you familiar with creating objects in javascript?

Daniel
@DanJP2016
anybody using vim?
Ken Haduch
@khaduch
@DanJP2016 - I haven't used it in a long time!
Daniel
@DanJP2016
cool, I was wondering how to set it up for python and javascript or if it was even worth using it over sublime or vscode