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Understanding JavaScript Promises

JavaScript promises are powerful tools for handling asynchronous operations. They provide a more manageable and readable way to deal with tasks that take time to complete. In this blog, we’ll explore the key concepts of promises, including their advantages, chaining, error handling, and composition. By the end, you’ll have a solid understanding of how to work with promises to make your asynchronous code more efficient and less error-prone.

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7 New JavaScript Set Methods You Need to Know

Discover the 7 new JavaScript Set methods designed to streamline your coding process. These methods help manage data efficiently and reduce the need for external libraries like Lodash. Learn how intersection(), union(), difference(), symmetricDifference(), isSubsetOf(), isSupersetOf(), and isDisjointFrom() can enhance your JavaScript projects.

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Mastering JavaScript: Top 10 Common Errors and How to Avoid Them

JavaScript is crucial for modern web applications, but it has its quirks. This guide explores the top 10 common JavaScript errors and offers solutions to avoid them, helping developers write robust and error-free code. Learn about issues with this keyword, block scoping, memory leaks, and more to master JavaScript development.

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JavaScript in 2024: Mastering the Latest Trends for Cutting-Edge Web Apps

Discover the hottest JavaScript trends for 2024 in our latest blog post. From Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) and Server-Side Rendering (SSR) to the rising adoption of TypeScript, we cover the essential tools, frameworks, and practices you need to master. Stay ahead in the dynamic world of web development and create cutting-edge web apps by exploring these insights and more. Dive in now to elevate your JavaScript skills!

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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 […]

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What is new in Node.js 20?

For the next six months, Node.js 20 is the “current” release, which includes the most recent features. Now is a fantastic moment for organisations and individuals wishing to implement Node.js 20 to test and prototype. Node.js 20 will be available for full production deployments in October and will enter long-term support (LTS).  Node.js is utilised […]

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JavaScript Trends in 2023

JavaScript has evolved into a crucial tool for online and software development since its inception in 1995. It is now the most widely used development environment on the market due to its all-around performance. Furthermore, JavaScript is evolving as a programming language. There are now nearly 300 JavaScript frameworks available, and many more are being […]

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Why is Svelte getting so popular?

Since the release of version 3 in April 2019, Svelte has been the news. But why is that? What is driving this popularity? What makes it unique? Can Svelte be considered the heir to the popular front-end JavaScript frameworks? There are so many questions and we will try to answer them in this blog post. […]

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Styling React components

Styling React components is one of the important parts of building components and there are different techniques for setting styles. In this article, we’ll demonstrate approaches like: Inline styling CSS Modules CSS in JS We’ll see what these approaches are all about, the pros/cons of each and how to work with them. Inline styling React […]

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JavaScript optional chaining

Optional property chaining, a welcomed proposal by many developers, has been moved to stage 3 which means it’s a candidate for getting added to the ECMAScript standard. Once it hits stage 4 it’s on the waiting list to be added in the next iteration.