A bit of Introduction, What is Axios? APIs are a beautiful thing. These can be found everywhere and help us to retrieve thousands of data to use however we want. However, in order to work with them, we have a need of using HTTP requests […]


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A breadcrumb or breadcrumb trail is a graphical control element used as a navigational aid in user interfaces and on web pages. It allows users to keep track and maintain awareness of their locations within programs, documents, or websites. The term is a reference to the trail of bread crumbs left by Hansel and Gretel in the German fairy […]


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Create a file with the name of app.config.js inside the root directory of your project and paste the following code: Furthermore, you will need to initiate your app with the command of npx cross-env NODE_END=development expo start/public. You might be prompted to install cross-env, please […]


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I’m currently fetching data from my db but for the simplicity of this Q, I have decided to manually create an example with fake data. I’m building a search-bar for my users to look through all of the data coming from db and everything seems […]


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GitHub Account Setup and Env Variables in NextJS First thing first, to get the readME file we need access to our GitHub personal account settings and will need to generate a new personal token. Once that is done, copy the token and create a document […]


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What’s a Hashtag? Well, that is something more than just simply words followed by a # character. These have the purpose of helping us categorize our data into a more user-friendly concept; an example of this can be found in several social media sites such […]


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I consider beFree to be a playground for me to learn. This project has been worked on for about 2 years now and I always end up improving and/or adding features that I never though were possible. Such features have made it more and more […]


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Pretty late but this might help someone. The current answers assumes you are using the same file for your connections and models. In real life, there is a high chance that you are splitting your models into different files. You can use something like this […]


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