Here are my absolute tech essentials in my home office and desk setup after more than 3 years working from home.

We know that the current cadence is 2 years from release for bug fixes, and 1 year after that for security fixes. This means that PHP 7.2 will be going out of support in November. PHP 7.3 will be going into security fix mode only in November. PHP 7.4 will…

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Amidst the COVID-19 outbreak, PHP and Laravel developers, I have a shiny new update you will love, here are some packages you can try out to help make your development a breeze

Let’s take a look at the word Efficient,

(of a system or machine) achieving maximum productivity with minimum…

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I never thought I’d ever experience the day when people would say Divided we stand, united we fall (Social Distancing).

This Covid-19 situation is one that I never expected we’d experience when we came into 2020. All these new terms like Social Distancing, Quarantine, Lock-Down, Self-Isolation, Sheltering, Ventilators. I didn’t…

<Text> and <View> are probably THE most important most-used components built in to React Native

<View> is your #1 component if you need to group and structure content ( provide a layout) or if you want to style something like a container, <View> uses Flexbox to organize its children


One of the awesome features of React is the ability to manage your data and properly re-render your application when your data changes. Props and State are CORE concepts of React in regards to when you are thinking about data. …


With the official release of PHP 7.4, it brings some improvement and some good new features which the community has been asking for. …

My Last Write up on Solid Principle was on Single Responsibility, Today, I will be writing on The Open/Closed Principle

The Open/Closed Principles states that entities should be open for extension but closed for modification.

So what does the principle mean

1 Open for extension:

We should be able to…

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In case you never heard about useCallback() and useEffect(), I strongly recommend that you check the official docs listed below

In Summary:


useEffect() is a React Hook which allows you to handle side effects in your functional React components.

You can use…


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