Here is the interview series of posts. The Part 1 of this post is here. In this tech-cartoon post, I am trying to explain the life cycle of variables, the temporary dead zone (TDZ) and how storage is created for let vs var in loops. Reference: ExploringJS ES6 variables
Happy 2018 everyone! I wish you all a great year ahead. This post is to summarise my hits and misses for 2017. Here is the biannual update and lot of other things got done after that. 2017 has been my most productive year so far, personal & professional. I submitted my first Pull Request to... Continue Reading →
Debugging the ALPHA! While I have worked with D3.js in the past, the d3-force layout library was entirely new to me and it was very interesting to learn the concepts behind the physical simulations in order to understand the networks and hierarchies of the first and the third party trackers for Lightbeam. It did take... Continue Reading →
This is an initial attempt to improve the graph's performance for large number of nodes using web workers. This PR is a work in progress. The idea here is to off-load the heavy force layout computations to the web worker. This improves performance during page load. I am also experimenting on passing the logic to... Continue Reading →
This is the second episode of the BaseCS podcast. Encoding was on my reading list from a long time and I am very happy to check it off today. Resources Hacking with Unicode - Mathias Bynens The absolute minimum about Unicode - Joel Spolsky
If you are following the tech feed on Twitter, then you couldn't have missed the news of a new Podcast being released to teach Computer Science fundamentals. It is the BaseCS Podcast with Vaidehi Joshi & Saron Yitbarek. If you haven't listened yet, please do! Tech-cartoons is my new found hobby and this series of... Continue Reading →
Over the weekend, I attempted to learn about Observables and I tried to combine React & Observables. Considering my growing obsession to create zines, here is my attempt at tech-cartoons inspired by this great article from Julia Evans. The code can be found here.
Drum roll.....!!! We released Lightbeam yesterday and I am super proud of my Outreachy work. You can find Lightbeam at the Mozilla add-ons page. What is new? Below are the highlights of Lightbeam 2.0.1: Re-written from scratch to adapt to the browser web-extension API Asynchronous data capture and storage IndexedDB for data storage (data is... Continue Reading →