JSK Daily for Jul 7, 2021

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4 Methods to Add Conditional Attributes to React Components

Today, conditional attributes are widely used with React to provide dynamic behaviors. But, most developers are not aware of all the methods that can be used to implement them. So, in this article, I will discuss different methods and best practices of using conditional attrib...


Augmented Reality for Web: Latest from BabylonJS

Did you know that we can incorporate augmented reality concepts into web applications to create video games? We can do this using BabylonJS. Besides, it is an open-source real-time 3D engine using a......


Python's itertools - compress(), dropwhile(), takewhile() and groupby()

In this guide, we'll take a look at how to harness the power of iterators using Python's itertools module. The itertools module provides us with an interface for creating fast and memory-efficient iterators. These iterators can be infinite, combinatoric, or terminating....


Using Mapbox GL JS, Mapbox Forward Geocoding with React

Now, let us talk about geocoding and how it's been used in Mapbox. Geocoding is the process of transforming a description of a location - such as a pair of coordinates, an address, or a name of a place - to a location on the earth's surface....

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Running Automated Tests for a Server-Based Application

As a web developer, you want to ensure that the application you are delivering is stable and that it will not behave unexpectedly when used by any user or consumed by other applications. To perform this check manually would be time-consuming, especially if we have an extensive...

Georgian Stan

Skeleton for Node.js Apps Written in TypeScript

Boilerplate codes are repetitive codes required to be included in the application with little to no change by the program/framework and contribute nothing to the logic of the application. Also, we......

Santosh Shinde

How to Deal with Selectors in Cypress

It's been a while since I started using Cypress, and I haven't found much information regarding working with selectors. Cypress documentation doesn't go beyond advising usage of "stable" attribute selectors over brittle CSS selectors and doesn't suggest ways of organizing and ...

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5 JavaScript Tips to Improve Your React Code

Let's look at five JavaScript tips you can use today to instantly improve your React applications. Because React is a JavaScript library, any improvements that we make in our JavaScript skills will directly improve the applications that we build with React. For this reason, I'...


How to: React Table with Pagination

In this tutorial, I want to show you how to use React Table Library with its usePagination plugin for a pagination feature. In the previous example, you have already installed React Table Library to create a table component....

Robin Wieruch

6 Important Tips to Avoid Programming Burnout

It seems pretty obvious, but there is a very common pitfall for people who don't have enough experience. This piece of advice is vital because there is no chance of avoiding burnout if you have to spend 40 (maybe more) hours per week within a toxic environment....


How to Improve Your Website's Page Load Speed

If you have ever experienced a slow-loading website, you understand how page speed can impact user experience. No one wants to wait 10 seconds - or even more - to access the information they are looking for. Pages that load fast have better user retention and lower bounce rate...


Enable Tree Shaking to Optimize Your React Component Libraries with Webpack

An important part of building component libraries with React is making sure they are lightweight and optimized. For example, I use Lodash a lot in my applications. I only use a handful of the......

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Sunday, August 1, 2021

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Sunday, August 1, 2021

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Saturday, July 31, 2021

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Saturday, July 31, 2021

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Saturday, July 31, 2021

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[Sublime + Python Setup] How to become a happier & more productive Python dev

Saturday, July 31, 2021

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