Variable name conventions

// let $function =27;// let FirstName = “Jonas”;// let PI = 3.1415;// let myFirstJob =’Programming’;// let myCurrentJob=’Teacher’;// let job1=’programmer’;// let ojb2 = ‘teacher’;
let javascriptIsFun = true;console.log(javascriptIsFun)console.log(typeof true)-booleanconsole.log(typeof javascriptIsFun)-booleanconsole.log(typeof 23)- numberconsole.log(typeof ‘Jonas’)-stringjavascriptIsFun=”Yes” console.log(typeof javascriptIsFun)let year;console.log(year)console.log(typeof year)year=1994;console.log(year)
console.log(typeof year)
console.log(typeof null)- It show as object on Console, but actualy undefiend


“Module not found: Can’t resolve ‘@stripe/react-stripe.js’”

@stripe/react-stripe-js’ or ‘@react-stripe-js


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const submitHandler = (e) =>{ 
e.preventDefault()
dispatch(savePaymentMethod(paymentMethod)) history.push(‘/placeorder’) }
<Form.Check
type='radio'
label='PayPal or Credit Card'
id='paypal'
name = 'paymentMethod'
checked
onChange={(e) => setPaymentMethod(e.target.value)} >
</Form.Check>

const cart = useSelector(state => state.cart) //from Redux stateconst {cartItems} = cart //cartItems=[3, 2, 1, 2]; const totalqty=cartItems.map(qty =>qty.qty)
// You can use either way of reduce method

const qtysum = totalqty.reduce(function(total, current) {
return total + current;}, 0);orconst qtysum = totalqty.reduce((total, current)=> total + current,0);//qtysum = 8

web: gunicorn <my-app>.wsgi — log-file -


{
“Version”: “2008–10–17”,
“Statement”: [
{
“Sid”: “AllowPublicRead”,
“Effect”: “Allow”,
“Principal”: {
“AWS”: “*”
},
“Action”: [
“s3:GetObject”,
“s3:PutObject”
],
“Resource”: “arn:aws:s3:::< bucket-name>/*”
}
]
}

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<views.py Django>
....
context = { 'item_name': Macbook}
render(request,'users/item.html', context )
<html><p> First Item: {% item_name %}.</p>

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