Category Archive for "JavaScript"

How Promises work in JavaScript

In the current age of JavaScript, Promises are the default way to handle asynchronous behavior in JavaScript. But how do they work? Why should you understand them very well? A Promise in Real Life When we make you a promise,

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What’s new in TypeScript 4.2?

Typescript’s 4.2 was just released recently. What awesome features does this release bring? What impact does it have in your daily life as a Developer? Should you immediately update? Here, we will be going through all the most exciting new

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What’s new in TypeScript 4.0

TypeScript 4.0 is a major milestone in the TypeScript programming language and has currently leapfrogged 3.9 to become the latest stable version. In this post, we’ll look at the new features TypeScript 4.0 offers. Getting started To get started using

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What’s new in Apollo Client 3?

Apollo Client 3 offers a few new features, including package rearrange changes and more caching features. Let’s proceed to take a look at how to use the latest features from Apollo Client 3. InMemoryCache APIs The InMemoryCache API has expanded

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3 easy ways to boost up the performance of your web application

When building a web application, there’s something you absolutely need to take account: performance. Your app may be greatly designed or have some killer features, nobody will use it if it’s not performant. Here are some important aspects which will

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What is a Decorator in JavaScript?

When you write a class in JavaScript, you might have had to add more features to the methods in a class. But sometimes they look quite nasty and messy. How can you make the process more elegant? In this post,

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New Features In ES2020

ECMAScript has grown to be one of the world’s most widely used general-purpose programming languages. ECMAScript is based on several originating technologies, the most well-known being JavaScript (Netscape) and JScript (Microsoft). Here are the new features of ES2020. Dynamic Import

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Top 5 best practices to write more robust JavaScript

JavaScript is the standard technology for implementing a seamless interaction between a user and the web page. Almost all modern browsers support it. It is the main technology behind driving the modern UX and/or server-side frameworks such as Angular, Node.JS

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