This is part two of an ongoing blog series about using arrays in JavaScript. If you haven’t read part one, I’d recommend doing so here.

In this blog part, I will discuss some ways to manipulate arrays that are used very commonly amongst programmers. …

What is an Array?

“An array is an ordered collection of data (either primitive or object depending upon the language). Arrays are used to store multiple values in a single variable. This is compared to a variable that can store only one value.” — MDN

Arrays are used all of the time in programming…

Are you constantly watching tutorial after tutorial and feel like you aren’t remembering anything? Well, that is actually very common and a lot of developers go through it. It is called tutorial purgatory. Some people think that dozens and dozens of different tutorials will cause them to just soak in…

What is React Native?

React Native is a collection of special React components that allows you to compile to a real native mobile application. React Native allows for developers to create applications for both Android and iOS using JavaScript code through React. …

This is a continuation of ongoing series about each section in the EpicReact course. This is part two in the series. If you want to read part one. Visit here. This section introduces React Hooks which are a shorthand way of using React lifecycle events through functional components. …

Tanner Townsend

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