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Understanding useReducer in React

Reading Time: 3 minutes Introduction Hooks are the new features added in React 16.8. They let you manage the state without writing a class. There are various hooks provided by React. One of them is useReducer. In this blog, we will understand useReducer and how we use it. What is useReducer? useReducer is the alternative to useState and is preferred to use when you have some complex states or Continue Reading

Working with useState in React

Reading Time: 4 minutes Introduction Do you have data in your component which changes over time? And by using normal variables you are not able to reload your component. This issue can be easily resolved by the useState hook. This hook reloads the component whenever there are any changes in the state thereby updating your user interface with the latest value. That is the changes enable reloading the component Continue Reading

Introduction to Kube Controller Manager

Reading Time: 4 minutes In Kubernetes, there are five major component present in Control Plane. Let’s meet one of components that is kube-controller-manager. kube controller manager : kube-controller-manager It manages various controllers in Kubernetes. Controllers are control loops that continuously watch the state of your cluster, then make or request changes where needed. Each controller tries to move the current cluster state closer to the desired state. Controllers continuously Continue Reading

Introduction to Time Series Forecasting (Part-1)

Reading Time: 4 minutes This blog is Part-1 for Introduction to Times Series Forecasting. In this blog, the main focus is to provide you an idea about what is a time series, types of forecasting, components of a time series, and the goal of a time series. Part-2 will provide you with the basics algorithms to analyze time-series data. Introduction to Time Series Time series is an ordered sequence Continue Reading

Working of map and mapObject function in MuleSoft

Reading Time: 2 minutes Before understanding the map and mapObject functions in MulseSoft, let’s get familiar with the term MuleSoft. What is Mulesoft and what is Mulesoft used for? What is MuleSoft? MuleSoft provides an integration platform called Anypoint Platform to help businesses connect data, applications and devices across on-premises and cloud computing environments. What is MuleSoft used for? MuleSoft used to connect a variety of data sources, applications, perform analytics Continue Reading

Introduction to NGXS, state management pattern + library for Angular

Reading Time: 3 minutes Ngxs is a state management pattern for the Angular framework. It acts as a single source of truth for our application. Ngxs is very simple and easily implementable. It reduce  lots of boilerplate code . It is a replacement for Ngrx. In Ngrx we are creating state, action, reducer, and effects but in Ngxs, we are creating only state and actions instead of all of Continue Reading

JavaScript Series, Let’s Deep Down To It, Part 1

Reading Time: 3 minutes In this blog we are going to learn what is JavaScript, why uses JavaScript. Now I am starting the JavaScript Series, one by one we are going to deep down to it and exploring every concept of it. What is JavaScript? JavaScript is a text-based programming language used both on the client-side and server-side that allows you to make web pages interactive. HTML and CSS Continue Reading

Introducing CI/CD with AWS CodePipeline

Reading Time: 4 minutes Codepipeline is one of the AWS’s developer tools that acts as the glue and processor for other AWS services. It uses code commit or another external source control to pull in source code and trigger a pipeline execution. CodeBuild can run code, build software, and do basically anything else you need to do in your pipeline. At any point in your pipeline, you can trigger Continue Reading

How to create Windows Instance using AWS

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello Everyone ! Today we will learn, How to create windows instance using AWS, an EC2 instance using our AWS account. Although we have seen how we can create Linux instance from the AWS account. So, basically there are few steps through which you can launch your instance within few minutes. Step 1: You can simply login as a root user also. Step 2.1: Step Continue Reading

Playing with GitHub Secret API

Reading Time: 7 minutes In GitHub actions we use some sensitive information. That could be at any level like organization, repository, or repository environments.So GitHub allow you to store that sensitive information in the form of secrets. Example: We use GitHub’s global variables. For e.g. AWS credentials (AWS_ACCESS_KEY, AWS_SECRET_KEY) to authenticate deployments. So this secrets can be managed through GitHub UI. In this BLOG, we will see a solution Continue Reading

Difference Between Ansible,Puppet and Chef

Reading Time: 3 minutes What is Configuration Management ? Configuration management is a process for maintaining computer systems, servers, and software in a desired, consistent state. It is a way to make sure that a system performs as it’s expected to as changes are made over time. Generally,They are the best available tools to automate infrastructure configuration or management.  Ansible Ansible is an open-source automation tool, or platform, used for Continue Reading

Look at Windows Module of Ansible

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hello Everyone! Today we will learn how we can create Windows Module in Ansible. When using Ansible to manage Windows, many of the syntax and rules that apply for Unix/Linux hosts also apply to Windows, but there are still some differences when it comes to components like path separators and OS-specific tasks. This document covers details specific to using Ansible for Windows. Some of the Continue Reading

Access GUI of AWS ec2 instance of Ubuntu

Reading Time: 5 minutes Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute is a service provided by amazon for performing computing operations by the users. We often create an ec2 instance for various requirements. Most of which are solved by accessing the instance via ssh. This enables you to get a CLI mode of interaction with your instance. It is suitable for most of your workloads, but sometimes it becomes necessary to have Continue Reading