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Understanding the Suspense API in React 18

When components start to get big and you have many of them on the same page, you might want to start optimizing the way and the moment they get downloaded into your client's browser. For that React provides you with the lazy method, which allows you to mark components as "lazy"....

Bit




JavaScript Fundamentals: Intro & Initial Setup

JavaScript is the most popular programming language in the world, so it's no wonder that it's one of the most sought-after skills in the web development industry. In fact, the Devskiller IT Skills and Hiring Report (2020) reports that 72% of companies are looking to hire JavaS...

Tim Robards




Debouncing and Throttling in Javascript

Debouncing and throttling are both used to enhance the website performance by limiting the number of times the events are triggered. Debouncing and throttling are not provided by JavaScript. They're just concepts that can be implemented using the setTimeout web API. Let's take...

Frontend Weekly




Understand JavaScript's Event Loop

I recently watched Philip Roberts' and Erin Zimmer's great talks from JSConf EU on the JavaScript event loop, which inspired me to read the HTML5 spec itself and make sure I truly understand it. I now think I've got a good grasp on what the event loop is, and I'd like to summa...

JavaScript In Plain English




Hey Siri, What's Up with jQuery? Part 2 on Web Rush #187

We're continuing our conversation about jQuery by talking about how you would've done something with jQuery, and what you'd do now - like finding an element by it's ID, and how to determine the value of modern web frameworks. Direct link to episode. const podcast = { episode: ...

John Papa




Node Save Record with Express and HTML in MySQL Tutorial

You have heard a lot about how helpful MySQL and Node js are. Although both are diffrent tools but this is also true; both help in building scalable web applications. MySQL allows you to store data for web and mobile applications, whereas Node js lets you build powerful APIs; ...

Digamber Singh




Recipes for Express and React Fullstack Apps in Type

I've written quite a few application backends in Python with Flask, so I wanted to try its JavaScript cousin Express. I found a few tutorials on how to do this for a full-stack application. However, none of them seemed too detailed....

osintalex




How to Create a Set from an Array in JavaScript

To create a Set from an array in JavaScript, pass the array to the Set() constructor. For example: const arr = [1, 2, 3];const set = new Set(arr); console.log(set); // Set(3) { 1, 2, 3 } console.log(set.has(2)); // true set.delete(2); console.log(set); // Set(2) { 1, 3 } A Set...

JavaScript In Plain English




Create A Custom Angular Pipe

Angular offers built-in pipes to manipulate data but sometimes they are not enough and you might need to create a custom pipe with parameters...

Lorenzo Zarantonello




PHP Snippet - parse_jsonc()

A few months ago I wrote a quick post showing how to parse JSONC (JSON with comments) files in JavaScript. Shortly thereafter I adapted the code to work in PHP as well: This function takes the same arguments that you can pass to the native json_decode() function....

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