AboutCreating bugs from features because why not?
SkillsFull stack, blockchain, AI, IoT with machine learning and html developer guru, sometimes I'm a rockstar developer but meh....
Joined devRant on 2/17/2017
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Yesterday I wasted 2 hours because a bug in EF Core (https://devrant.com/rants/2323794/...)
Today I wasted another 2 hours because of a bug in Android Studio 3.5.2, which had a report only available in AS 3.6-alpha channel.
Dev life is wonderful huh?
Wasted two hours to end up finding out EF Core had a bug :\
Next time better blame Microsoft before blaming my code lol
I finally got the time for learning Go.
Anyways I'm reading this about packages, and made me wonder, what exactly a package is in terms of Go lang?
That example extracts two functions into a new package, and that made me confused11
Excuse my question I might be the one to blame, but on Typescript 3.7 JSON.stringify parses numbers as strings, while on 3.4 it was working without issues.
I'm no pro in web dev but I did use JSON.stringify lots of times and that's something strange here, not sure what the cause is, but when I parse number props again using parseInt(value.toString()) it works .-.2
Who at Microsoft thought that this is a good idea?
I wish I did not update, last update I did was a year ago and I was happy with it, now Windows feels like chaos ... Half the things are Dark themed and the other half is not. Lets see what the future holds
Also that Windows.old thing takes up 20GB that even if installation fails, it never succeeds in rolling back ... At least I was never able to rollback ...17
WhatsApp: Opens in literally one second
Takes few seconds because of that brand new splashscreen -_-
And it looks ugly too ...10
Welcome to cross platform UI Frameworks, where getting build number of your app requires a plugin *cough* flutter *cough*
But it comes in handy to write small apps and not waste time writing twice lol4
Checking Swift UI, first thoughts: goodbye Xcode freezing from storyboard loading ....
Sadly yes that's what I like about using Swift UI 😂😂😂
Oh and that binding, finally apple showed some love 😒
Learning AngularDart, my thoughts:
1. Fucking hell I feel like a noob + I like it
2. I still prefer Vue + Typescript tho2
Wrote a small code to test my "Reset Password" feature, service console kept printing: User not found and returns 404
I was 100% I added that user manually to the database....
Well it turned out I added that user to the wrong database. I need to sleep T_T
What is worse than React native? A crash in flutter ....
They need to work on their stack trace all it's errors lead to framework assertion failed, but which fucker in my code caused it....
No one knows, time to play cat and mouse with this thing 😒3
Xcode 11 only 7.6GB
Earlier it was 4.7GB
New innovative bugs added or a finally good enough IDEfrom Apple?9
How to kill a laptop in two steps:
1. Run React Native metro bundler
2. Run debugger
and a 16GB core i7 laptop on Ubuntu will leave this life :)2
Google really fucked up with localization for Flutter!
We need to create a getter for each translated string? For real!!
Please tell me I understood it wrong :|4
A person who can fix anything that is electronic.
Ya sure 0-2 yes experience with all those requirements + 5 more items hidden cuz of my tiny screen.
What is even more interesting they would like that person to know Swift UI.... It's not even out of beta ....
Also must know C#? For real... Those people do xamarine and native projects and they r not even a software company, they sepcialize in architecture
I hate it when people do this, like take the best at lowest price, that poor Dev is busting his ass to get your job done and you take the profit and give him the remaining change?
Hope this world doesn't get worse than it is....
By the way, job is for Full stack iOS developer 🙄18
Open source mail server?
I'm using Mailu but was thinking if there are other good options?
Also it is better if it has a docker image13
One hour passed and all I did is trying to fix React Native project that is refusing to compile which was perfectly working couple of days ago. Life is fun right?
I just saw this: Choosing between React Native and Flutter
Well fuck both, each has its ups and downs but native is the only thing that keeps mind clear, and I'm happy to do double the work than wasting time fixing dependency shit (RN you little bastard) and having to clone an entire project just to add support for Bearer tokens because it is not yet supported by Google out of the box (Flutter -_-)4
First time using Expo in an already built React Native project. Good thing makes project lighter and easier to work with on slow devices.
Bye bye Gradle build
Hello Build queued, let's see how this will go
How to avoid haters on Stackoverflow:
1. Add this before your code: "Try the following:"
Exact same code, but one is hated11
Gradle taking too much time to finish?
No problem I make it show me its status at the bottom of each website I visit ¯\_(ツ)_/¯5