Hello everyone, it’s me again! This post can be thought of as a continuation of the previous one. So, without further ado, let’s return to our subject.

I love removing dead codes and writing as simple as possible. It satisfies me as a developer and also provides convenience in many ways. For this reason, I wanted to share with you a few suggestions that made my React development life easier and cleaner. However, I must warn you that some suggestions are not the best scenario for every situation. Therefore, there will be several points open to interpretation.

1.Conditional Rendering: One Condition

In programming we…


Some books change the way we code, one of the best examples for me (and probably many developers) is “Clean Code” by Robert C. Martin.

You may think that technical debt should be left but I believe messy code tends to get messier and it becomes hard to clean. Decreasing repetitive codes and preferring understandable/extensible code principles will speed up the decision process. The clean code principles will not only give you personal satisfaction but also your teammates and future self will thank you.

Code is not how you tell the computer what to do; it is how you tell…


Welcome to my first post, I hope you enjoy reading!

Are you building an API? Have you ever wasted your time and energy to decide how to structure URLs? If your answer is yes, I would like to share my experiences and opinions about GraphQL, which is seen as the next big thing in API architecture.

GraphQL is basically a query language which provides a query in the form of a string that is sent to a server. The server interprets the query and then returns the result in JSON format to the client.

In the following you can see…

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