The Best Way to Learn AutoCAD

There is no such thing as the best way to learn AutoCAD. The answer to this question depends heavily on your style of learning. If you have some expectations in mind while learning AutoCAD and happen to be capable of committing financially, you will be better off finding a teacher and having him help you …

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AutoCAD and its Uses: What is AutoCAD Used for?

If you are reading this, it won’t be far-fetched to say that this may be one of the first times you have heard the word AutoCAD. It also means that you may be interested in design and what computer-aided design software offers. Whatever your reasons, I invite you to treat this article as an introduction …

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Learn AutoCAD Basics: DAY 12

In this session, we are essentially revisiting our last session’s topic of learning how to use AutoCAD’s ELLIPSE command. It might feel like déjà-vu as we will be covering the same content. Now, the focus will be on something different. in Learn-AutoCAD-DAY-6, we worked with the ARRAY command for the first time. Today, you will …

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Learn AutoCAD Basics: DAY 18

We are slowly but surely approaching the end of this series. It has been a good number of days, and we’ve been getting our fit wet with these AutoCAD challenges. If this is your first time here, I suggest you check the list of all tutorials. This should be among the easiest of the series …

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Learn AutoCAD Basics: DAY 15

In this challenge, we will perfect how to handle positioning and location in AutoCAD. This session will require the Object SNAP mode. The exercise is easy, but you must be cautious while working on the project. It will be helpful to be able to use the OFFSET command and create a circle using the features …

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Learn AutoCAD Basics: DAY 11

It is a long way to solving these AutoCAD challenges. If this is your first time here, I will invite you to check the list of all AutoCAD tutorial series here. Learning AutoCAD Basics Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 The two red lines are both axes of symmetry of the object. Figure 4 Details …

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Understanding Virtual DOM and Its Role in ReactJS

Title: The Virtual DOM: An In-depth Look at how React Utilizes it The term ‘Virtual DOM’ is consistently used in discussions concerning the JavaScript library, React.js. When first-hand users are questioned about why they prefer React.js, one of the most common responses is ‘Virtual DOM’. To fully comprehend the React library’s profit and functionality, it’s …

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How Keys Impact Performance and Efficiency in React Lists

React.js allows developers to create large web applications that can change data without reloading the page. However, one significant challenge when working with React is managing and manipulating lists effectively. One key feature of the React framework is a mechanism for effectively handling changes in dynamic lists. In this system, the ‘key’ value plays an …

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Understanding One-Way Data Flow in ReactJS

ReactJS, a JavaScript framework created by Facebook, has gained widespread popularity among developers for its user-friendly interface and high-end proficiency in building creative user interfaces. A fundamental concept of ReactJS, which significantly contributes to its isn’table utility and control, is ‘one-way data flow’. This model is of paramount importance in managing app state predictably and …

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How Does React Handle Events and Event Handling

It’s essential to understand that an event is an action or occurrence, such as a mouse click or keystroke, recognized by software. React elements cannot directly work with browsers’ DOM (Document Object Model). Instead, they work with a virtual DOM. Hence, React has its own event system, SyntheticEvent, which is fully compatible with the W3C …

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Props vs State – ReactJS

ReactJS, a popular JavaScript library for creating user interfaces, has completely transformed front-end development. It drills down on building reusable ‘components’, each managing their own state and props. The terms ‘State’ and ‘Props’ are fundamental concepts every React developer needs to understand. However, they can be easily misunderstood regardless of the developer’s level of expertise. …

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What is the purpose of using Redux with ReactJS? How does it work

In the world of front-end development, libraries like ReactJS have simplified the process of creating dynamic and interactive user interfaces. Yet, it becomes slightly complex for larger applications requiring state management and data propagation. Here is when Redux comes into the picture. Redux is a predictable state container for JavaScript applications that aid in managing …

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ReactJS: Lifting State Up

If you’ve been working with React for any time, you may have encountered the term “lifting state up.” It’s a common phrase in React development circles, but what does it mean? What Is State in React? Firstly, it’s necessary to understand what “state” means within the context of a React application. In React, the state …

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Steering into the Future: Evaluating the Impact of Self-Driving Cars

The concept of self-driving cars had been knocking around the Automotive industry for decades until Tesla’s foray into the industry. The deployment of self-driving cars first came onto the scene in 2004, and it started with the Defense Advanced Research Projects challenging anyone to develop a self-driven car that can navigate 142 miles of the …

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AutoCAD Tutorial 12: Move Command in AutoCAD

Moving and copying are frequently needed when working on a CAD project. It is time to learn how to Move and Copy objects in AutoCAD. These two simple commands are very important. The following commands work just as they would in other Drawing software. Move an object in AutoCAD The MOVE command will help change …

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