JSK Daily for Jul 15, 2021

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Syncfusion Essential Studio 2021 Volume 2

Syncfusion is glad to announce the availability of Essential Studio 2021 Volume 2. This main release of 2021 brings exciting new features and controls to different platforms. This blog will provide a brief description of the major highlights of every platform....

Syncfusion




Creating a Component Library

Bit's independent components are individually pushed to remote hosting and are published to a package registry (as standard packages). I'll discuss this workflow in the next sections. The frameworks/technologies that will be used to build your component library are pretty much...

Bit




API vs. Microservices: The Complete Guide - Snipcart

Not so long ago, the technology used to build a website was quite simple. HTML, CSS, and JavaScript were all you needed in the good old days. And most of the time, you didn't even need the last one! But now, things are getting a bit more complex....

Snipcart




Testing React Native Navigation

How to confirm the navigation work in RN apps running through Expo. Let's take a React Native application that implements the app navigation using React Navigation packages. Our application first shows a home screen. The user can navigate to the Pokemon List screen, and then t...

Gleb Bahmutov




Deploy Your React App for Free with Netlify

In this article,we will learn to use Netlify to host our applications. Netlify is a San Francisco-based cloud computing company that offers hosting and serverless backend services for web applications and static websites. It is one of the best hosting platforms that I have com...

Sristi Chowdhury




What is a Promise in JavaScript?

I had had difficulties in understanding promises when I had been learning them back in a few years. The problem was that most of the tutorials were solely describing the promise object, its methods, etc. But I don't care much about promises, I care about them as long as they m...

Dmitri Pavlutin




How Much Does It Cost To Create An App like Zoom?

Looking forward to create a video conferencing app like Zoom but if you are not sure how much does it cost to build a video app, then it is worth getting in touch with the mobile app development company that deeply analyse your app idea and market scope and help you launch a b...

Sophia Martin




5 Packages to Optimize and Speed Up Your React App During Development

Optimize your React App during the development stage using these packages and avoid issues during production. We keep on building apps without considering side effects due to time constraints and other factors. But sometimes, an app will cause major issues in live scenarios....

Nilanth ⚡




Intro to Web Components: Vanilla JS

Many modern web apps today are built using components. While frameworks like React exist to add an implementation, web components seek to make those practices standardized and part of your browser. In this article, we'll touch on what web components are, how we can build them ...

Unicorn Utterances




Angular is Costing Companies Billions

I know I'm going to get hate-mail for writing this piece, but, so be it. Someone has got to finally say what many of us as experienced software engineers have been thinking for some time now. I've......

JavaScript In Plain English




Removing the first character of a string in R

In this tutorial, we are going to learn about how to remove the first character of a string in the R language. To remove the string's first character, we can use the built-in substring() function in R. The substring() function accepts 3 arguments, the first one is a string, th...

Sai gowtham


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