JSK Daily for Jul 6, 2021

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How to Use Promise.all()

In simple words, a promise is a placeholder for a value that's going to be available sometime later. They're really useful when handling asynchoronous operations. JavaScript provides a helper function Promise.all(promisesArrayOrIterable) that allows to handle multiple promises...

Dmitri Pavlutin




How to open link in a new tab in Angular

In this tutorial, we are going to learn about how to open link in a new tab in Angular app. Normally, we create a link in Angular using the a element with routeLink attribute. If we click on the above link, it will open a Users page in the same tab....

Sai gowtham




The Elder.js Guide to the Galaxy with Nick Reese (JS Party #182)

Nick Reese joins the party to tell us all about Elder.js, his opinionated static site generator and web framework built with SEO in mind. Elder.js was purpose-built with large, content-heavy websites in mind and already serves in many production capacities. We discuss imposter...

JS Party




Top 5 In-Demand Programming Language To Learn For Freelancers

The world has expanded with the rise of the internet. In current times the online world is staying up ahead and serving people. People are taking healthy advantage of the online world these days. Earning from the online world has been more accessible and convenient for people....

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What is JWT and What is it Used For?

JWT is something that a newbie to the programming world doesn't come across too often, but in my opinion is an absolutely necessary thing to learn, even if it is just to understand the concept. JWT stands for JSON Web Token, and JSON stands for JavaScript Object Notation....

JavaScript In Plain English




Did you know you can build a PWA with a Notion page?

If you're a Notion user, chances are you've stumbled upon one of these new Notion-to-Website converters. Products like Super, Fruition or Potion take your Notion pages and turn them into a fully-fledged website - hosted on a custom domain, with improved SEO and prettier URLs. ...

JavaScript In Plain English


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