Tag: <span>javascript</span>

Node.JS: Looking under the hood
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Node.JS: Looking under the hood

This course intends to give an introduction to Node.js for those who have had no previous experience or exposure to this platform. It is a 9-hour hands-on course covering the core principles and fundamentals topics in Node.js. How it works and how to use it to build server side applications with JavaScript. Read more and reserve a seat

Should You Learn Javascript in 2021?
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Should You Learn Javascript in 2021?

Originally posted on hackernoon. So, you want to learn programming but you’re unsure what programming language to learn, This is a position that every programmer has been in at some point. Over the last few years, JavaScript has made a name for itself as an incredibly popular programming language, especially for beginners. You may be...

Programming language popularity: JavaScript leads – 5 million new developers since 2017
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Programming language popularity: JavaScript leads – 5 million new developers since 2017

Originally posted on zdnet. But Python has also gained 2.2 million developers over the past year while Java adds 1.7 million since 2017. avaScript remains by far the most popular programming language with developers, followed by Python and then Java, according to analyst firm SlashData’s latest survey of developers.  The company’s State of the Developer Nation...

Angular for Architects: Full Stack Patterns
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Angular for Architects: Full Stack Patterns

How do you follow the best practices and set yourself up to successfully maintain your application? Are you meeting your business requirements and considering resiliency patterns? How do you intercept and adjust HTTP activity, manage shared state, and design your components? If you are comfortable with the basics of Angular, it’s time to shift your...

JavaScript creator Eich: My take on 20 years of the world’s top programming language
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JavaScript creator Eich: My take on 20 years of the world’s top programming language

Originally posted on zdnet. JavaScript creator Brendan Eich charts the programming language’s life from Mosaic to Internet Explorer and Chrome. A newly published paper by Brendan Eich, CEO of Chromium-based browser Brave and the key designer of JavaScript, looks back at two decades of the definitive programming language for the web, browsers and, increasingly, native...

The Maybe data type in JavaScript
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The Maybe data type in JavaScript

Originally posted on dev JavaScript is not the only language that can be used to do Web development. Some other languages built upon other programming paradigms like Elm or PureScript are available as well. They rely on functional programming and most of the time have similar concepts. And one of these concepts is the Maybe...

5 Top Cloud IDEs for JavaScript Developers
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5 Top Cloud IDEs for JavaScript Developers

Top 5 JavaScript IDEs you should know in 2020 Developers have traditionally been writing software using text editors on local machines but recently, habits have started to change. A rise in the popularity of cloud-based services has led to an increase in cloud-based IDEs too. In this post, we cover some of the most popular...

RxDB: A realtime Database for JavaScript Applications
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RxDB: A realtime Database for JavaScript Applications

  RxDB A realtime Database for JavaScript Applications RxDB (short for Reactive Database) is a NoSQL-database for JavaScript Applications like Websites, hybrid Apps, Electron-Apps and NodeJs. Reactive means that you can query the current state and subscribe to all state-changes, such as the result of a query or even a single field of a document. This is useful for UI-based apps...

How JavaScript Grew Up and Became a Real Language
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How JavaScript Grew Up and Became a Real Language

Few imagined that the one-time toy language would become a professional platform If you predicted in 1999 that, 20 years later, JavaScript would become one of the world’s most popular languages, you were either enjoying a psychic vision or you were slightly insane. Not only was turn-of-the-century JavaScript unable to do what a professional language...

Here’s How Not to Suck at JavaScript
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Here’s How Not to Suck at JavaScript

Let’s be honest. A lot of JavaScript code sucks. Change that! JavaScript is a force to be reckoned with. It is the single most widely-used programming language in the world. Its simplicity and the abundance of learning resources make it approachable for beginners. Large talent pools make JavaScript appealing to companies of all sizes. A...

Vue.js Fundamentals by John Papa
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Vue.js Fundamentals by John Papa

Do you want to learn the fundamentals of Vue so you can start creating apps right away? Join us and you’ll learn Vue from the ground up including how to display data, capture user interactions, create components, communicate across components, debug your app, add in plugins, and so much more. This one day workshop is for developers who have not started...

Svelte! another javascript framework/compiler
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Svelte! another javascript framework/compiler

Now a days Javascript frontend framework expanded like never before. Current battle ground are topped by most 3 popular JS Angular, ReactJS and VueJS. % of developer impression on React, Vue, Angular. According to survey, data from developer review ReactJs has win the developers heart. Vuejs and Angular got tied on 2nd. You can find the survey...

Choosing BetweenTypeScript vs JavaScript: Technology, Popularity
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Choosing BetweenTypeScript vs JavaScript: Technology, Popularity

TypeScript is a relative newcomer to the JavaScript field, and is a promising addition to JavaScript programming. The value proposition is adding some rigor, type checking and other compile-time checks, that have been lacking in JavaScript. Checks like these should help us write more robust code, especially in large applications. This is an excerpt from Quick...

Functional-ish JavaScript
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Functional-ish JavaScript

Functional programming is a great discipline to learn and apply when writing JavaScript. Writing stateless, idempotent, side-effect free code really does solve a lot of problems: It’s easier to test It’s easier to debug It’s easier to reproduce issues But there’s a growing impression in the community that functional programming is an all-or-nothing practice. It’s...