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Unraveling the Power of Large Language Models (LLMs)

In the ever-evolving world of artificial intelligence, Large Language Models (LLMs) have become the stars of the show. These models are revolutionizing the way we interact with computers and harness the power of natural language. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the realm of LLMs, understanding what they are, how they work, and their […]

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What Is Express.js? Everything You Should Know

Express.js, sometimes referred to as “Express,” stands as the predominant backend framework for Node.js. It is a substantial component within the JavaScript ecosystem, designed to construct single-page, multi-page, and hybrid web applications. Express.js has also emerged as the standard choice for building backend applications with Node.js and serves as the backend component of the MEVN […]

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Svelte 5 – Introducing Runes

In 2019, Svelte 3 turned JavaScript into a reactive language. Svelte is a web UI framework that uses a compiler to turn declarative component code like this… …into tightly optimized JavaScript that updates the document when state like count changes. Because the compiler can ‘see’ where count is referenced, the generated code is highly efficient, […]

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Angular – Everything you wanted to know

Understanding How Angular Works Angular serves as both a platform and framework for building single-page client applications with HTML and TypeScript. Developed in TypeScript, Angular provides essential and optional features through a range of TypeScript libraries imported into your applications. The architecture of an Angular application rests on specific foundational principles. Angular components form the […]

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Vue vs Svelte: A Comprehensive Comparison of Features

Vue and Svelte are well-liked JavaScript frameworks for constructing contemporary web applications, but they vary in their approach and design philosophy. Vue.js is a progressive framework that can be easily integrated into existing projects or used to build complete web applications from scratch. It offers a flexible and extensible structure, with a strong focus on […]

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Why is Svelte becoming a developers favourite? (pt 3)

In the previous article, we explored the new features that accompany Svelte 4, including its enhanced handling of Custom Elements. However, before delving further, it is necessary to mention the motivation behind using Custom Elements. Some of you who attended our Winter Tech Event may recall the section of the discussion dedicated to Web Components […]

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TypeScript 5.2 Unveils a Powerful New Keyword

TypeScript 5.2 is set to introduce a fresh keyword called ‘using,’ which will provide a convenient way to dispose of objects having a Symbol.dispose function when they go out of scope. Here’s an example showcasing the usage of the new ‘using’ keyword: {   const getResource = () => {     return {       [Symbol.dispose]: () => { […]

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Exploring the Exciting Features of Svelte 4

Earlier this month, Svelte version 4 was released to the public, bringing some highly anticipated features and fixes to typing, transitions, custom elements, stores, preprocessing, and more. However, the most significant improvements for developers lie in smaller and faster hydration code, as well as a significantly reduced package size. ​ While project managers will appreciate […]

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Everything you want to know about Vue.js

Vue.js (pronounced /vjuː/, similar to view) is a JavaScript framework used to create user interfaces. It is built on top of standard HTML, CSS, and JavaScript and provides a declarative and component-based programming model that allows you to efficiently develop simple or complex user interfaces. Vue.js is a progressive framework for JavaScript that is primarily […]