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4 Javascript shortcuts you’re not using
Coding in JavaScript is the basis for all kinds of web and software development. Needless to say, it is an extensive process that needs to be carefully executed in order to produce the desired results. Now, thanks to some smartly designed shortcuts, the process of coding in JavaScript has become easier and swifter. And here are 4 amazing JavaScript shortcuts to help you out. JavaScript Shorthand Real-Time JavaScript Editing Declaring Multiple Variables Simultaneously Delaying JavaScript [...]
CSS module styles – how to write styles for Javascript application
A web page is essentially composed of three main pieces: -the content, most often structured by HTML; -the user interaction handled by javascript; -the page format managed by CSS stylesheet. All of those three parts are largely improved since the beginning of the web. In the late years, W3C specifies new standard like Html5 and Css3 while many frameworks are built on Javascript ( Jquery, Angular 2, ReactJS...). Javascript becomes even a server side language with [...]
Getting Started with ReactJS Components: The Only Guide You Need
ReactJS is one of the most modern and powerful javascript libraries for building user interfaces. It was initially developed and maintained by Facebook. In this article, we'll see how to start with ReactJS using the minimal setup (no use of nodejs). We'll also talk about each major parts of the library and finally, we'll focus on existing ReactJS available components in the market. The article includes the following chapters: 1. Quick start with ReactJS Choose the [...]
JavaScript vs CoffeeScript vs TypeScript
JavaScript CoffeeScript TypeScript CoffeeScript or TypeScript Summary JavaScript  JavaScript is a dynamic, advanced level interpreted programming language. It is one of the three core technologies of the World Wide Web alongside HTML and CSS. The majority of websites employ it and it is supported by all modern Web browsers. JavaScript is prototype-based with first-class functions, making it a multi-purpose tool, supporting functional and object-oriented programming styles. It includes an API for working with arrays, expressions [...]