In our bootcamp we have just learned how to authenticate users and save their sessions on our Rails backend. Here, I will present a brief tutorial on how to do that and then how one might utilize that saved session on a React frontend to persist a login through page…

During this phase in our bootcamp we have been learning the foundations for building a backend in Ruby. We began with some brief refreshing of Ruby’s syntactical and other differences (for we had been working with JavaScript up until this point). …

In this blog I am going to write a brief tutorial on two distinct techniques I have learned in React, both of which involve utilizing state to handle user inputs.

Modular Event Handler Functions for Controlled Forms

Creating controlled inputs can be a good practice in React, as it allows you greater flexibility in how you use…

Over the past two weeks, the first of our bootcamp journey, we have learned to work with promises in JavaScript. Largely, these promises have been those arising from fetch requests and the subsequent .then’s translating the retrieved data from JSON format. I noticed that we only ever dealt with promises…

Kyle Ermentrout

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