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Credit->@codingbeenz • • • • • Today’s topic: Principle 2 - Dependencies ✨ Code dependency is when a piece of software relies on another one. When you create an application, there will be packages that you will install that your app will rely on. For example, in Node.js if you want a minimal web application framework, you can use Express. This is installed as a package and will be a dependency to your project. ✨ The 12 factor app rule around dependencies are: 1️⃣All dependencies are declared. In Node.js, dependencies are installed using NPM and listed in package.json. In Python, dependencies are installed using Pip and listed in requirements.txt. This helps to simplify the setup for new developers joining the project. 2️⃣Dependencies are isolated to your project. In Node.js, dependencies are installed locally to a project. In Python, you’ll need to create a virtual environment to ensure your dependencies are not installed to your whole system. If dependencies are deployed to the whole system, you can run into the issue where two projects are dependent on the same package but different versions of it. To avoid this, isolating dependencies is important. ✨ Happy Wednesday!! I hope your week has been productive so far! 💪 ✨ isfun

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🍄Typescript: Using Let🍄 The let keyword is actually a newer JavaScript construct that TypeScript makes available. - Many common problems in JavaScript are alleviated by using let, so you should use it instead of var whenever possible. - Let’s start that let statements are written the same way var statements are. - The key difference is not in the syntax, but in the semantics. - Let’s see of these semantics differences - 🍄Block-Scoping: When a variable is declared using let, it uses block-scoping. Unlike variables declared with var whose scopes leak out to their containing function, block-scoped variables are not visible outside of their nearest containing block or for-loop. Another property of block-scoped variables is that they can’t be read or written to before they’re actually declared. - 🍄Re-declarations: let declarations are not as forgiving. You can only declare a variable once. - 🍄Block-scoped variable capturing: let declarations have drastically different behavior when declared as part of a loop. Rather than just introducing a new environment to the loop itself, these declarations sort of create a new scope per iteration. - Are you using Typescript or Javascript? - Follow @domenicosolazzo for more content about software development, Javascript and programming! - ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ isfun

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@codingbeenz ・・・ Today’s topic: Principle 2 - Dependencies ✨ Code dependency is when a piece of software relies on another one. When you create an application, there will be packages that you will install that your app will rely on. For example, in Node.js if you want a minimal web application framework, you can use Express. This is installed as a package and will be a dependency to your project. ✨ The 12 factor app rule around dependencies are: 1️⃣All dependencies are declared. In Node.js, dependencies are installed using NPM and listed in package.json. In Python, dependencies are installed using Pip and listed in requirements.txt. This helps to simplify the setup for new developers joining the project. 2️⃣Dependencies are isolated to your project. In Node.js, dependencies are installed locally to a project. In Python, you’ll need to create a virtual environment to ensure your dependencies are not installed to your whole system. If dependencies are deployed to the whole system, you can run into the issue where two projects are dependent on the same package but different versions of it. To avoid this, isolating dependencies is important. ✨ Happy Wednesday!! I hope your week has been productive so far! 💪 ✨ isfun

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Today’s topic: Principle 2 - Dependencies ✨ Code dependency is when a piece of software relies on another one. When you create an application, there will be packages that you will install that your app will rely on. For example, in Node.js if you want a minimal web application framework, you can use Express. This is installed as a package and will be a dependency to your project. ✨ The 12 factor app rule around dependencies are: 1️⃣All dependencies are declared. In Node.js, dependencies are installed using NPM and listed in package.json. In Python, dependencies are installed using Pip and listed in requirements.txt. This helps to simplify the setup for new developers joining the project. 2️⃣Dependencies are isolated to your project. In Node.js, dependencies are installed locally to a project. In Python, you’ll need to create a virtual environment to ensure your dependencies are not installed to your whole system. If dependencies are deployed to the whole system, you can run into the issue where two projects are dependent on the same package but different versions of it. To avoid this, isolating dependencies is important. ✨ Happy Wednesday!! I hope your week has been productive so far! 💪 ✨ isfun