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Apple introduces Advanced Security features

Apple introduced three advanced security features focused on protecting against threats to user data in the cloud, representing the next step in its ongoing effort to provide users with even stronger ways to protect their data. With iMessage Contact Key

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New Features in Next.js 13

Next.js 13 has landed in a somewhat confusing way. Many remarkable things have been added; however, a good part is still Beta. Nevertheless, the Beta features give us important signals on how the future of Next.js will be shaped, so

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Top Web 3.0 Trends for 2023

The term “Web 3.0 or Web3” was coined in 2014 by Ethereum co-founder Gavin Wood, and the idea gained interest in 2021 from cryptocurrency enthusiasts and large tech companies. Web3 is still evolving and being defined, as such, there is

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What’s new in TypeScript 4.9

If you’re not familiar with TypeScript, it’s a language that builds on JavaScript by adding types and type-checking. Types can describe things like the shapes of our objects, how functions can be called, and whether a property can be null

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What’s new in Angular 15

Over the past year, the team has removed Angular’s legacy compiler and rendering pipeline which enabled the development of a series of developer experience improvements in the past couple of months. Angular v15 is the culmination of this with dozens

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What’s new in Node.js 19

Node.js major release is rolled out every six months. The new release becomes the Current release for six months, which gives library authors time to add support for them. After six months, odd-numbered releases, such as 19, become unsupported, and

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What’s new in Next.js 13

As it was announced at Next.js Conf, Next.js 13 lays the foundations to be dynamic without limits: app/ Directory (beta): Easier, faster, less client JS. Layouts React Server Components Streaming Turbopack (alpha): Up to 700x faster Rust-based Webpack replacement. New next/image (stable): Faster with native browser

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How to build a RESTful Web API using .NET Core 6

.NET 6 is the latest LTS (Long Term Support) release currently and will be supported until November 12, 2024. This API will manage movie records stored in a relational database (SQL Server) as described in the table below: The sections of this

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How To Speed Up Data-Heavy React Components

Performance is very critical when building data-heavy applications. Every state change renders components. Managing states and rendering updates poorly may lead to slow applications and a bad user experience. Simple Technique To Boost Performance Every time state is updated, the

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Cron jobs in Node.js

Cron Jobs in node.js is used for scheduling scripts to run, They’re most commonly used for automating doing a task like scraping data from another website, deleting some data from the database, etc. However, there are many situations when a

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