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Top 5 JavaScript Libraries for SVG Animation

Today, SVGs are widely used in web applications. Its ability to scale without losing quality is the main reason behind its success. BonsaiJS is an excellent option to create general-purpose graphics......

Bit




Code Quality Automation: What's Around the Corner?

If you look at the coding mistakes we make, most of them are repetitive. However, the challenge is detecting them using static code analysis since some of them are contextual and need classification or continuous learning. That's where AI-Powered automation fills the void....

Bit




Next.js Wildcard Subdomains

Hosting with a wildcard subdomain enables your users to visit your site on any subdomain of your domain (*.example.com), and as you can imagine, we can use this to create unique user experiences which we'll be exploring in this article through a Next.js lens....

Smashing Magazine




How to Build A Plugin System with Node.js

If you're building a minimalist product, but want to add an extra level of customisation or expansion, then plugins are a great way to enable that. They allow each instance to be customised with additional code that anyone can create....

JavaScript In Plain English




React Js Google Line and Box Intervals Charts Tutorial - positronX.io

In this quick tutorial, we will learn how to create interval charts in React application. We will show you the code example of the line interval chart and box interval chart. To build the interval chart component, we will use google charts. React is a popular framework and mak...

Digamber Singh




How to Optimize Product Pages for SEO, Conversions, and User Experience - Prerender

Product pages are what sales professionals are for a store. These pages are meant to showcase your products and their variations, provide a great experience, and close sales. With that in mind, optimizing your product pages for both discoverability (SEO) and conversions (CRO) ...

Prerender.io




A Simple Explanation of Function Overloading in TypeScript

Most of the functions accept a fixed set of arguments. However, some functions accept a variable number of arguments, as well as arguments of different types. To annotate the functions that accept variable arguments, TypeScript offers the function overloading feature. Let's se...

Dmitri Pavlutin




FullerStack with Val Neekman on Web Rush #160

Val Neekman talks about FullerStack which is an open source dashboard powered by Angular for the frontend and NestJS for the backend. What is FullerStack? How does the app detect changes? Who is the target audience for FullerStack? And how does Val hope to support FullerStack?...

John Papa




How to Concatenate Strings in an Array in JavaScript

Data takes many forms - and lists are a very common one. Concatenating strings is a common task and there are several ways to go about it. In the same way, concatenating strings in an array builds upon that task, for each string in that array....

StackAbuse




Let's Understand Chrome V8: Uncover The Mystery of Builtin

Welcome to other chapters of Let's Understand Chrome V8 Builtin has a total of more than 600 functions, subdivided into multiple sub-types, covering interpreters, bytecodes, execution units, etc. This article will analyze the source code of Builtin from a micro perspective, an...

Qing




How to detect Emojis in JavaScript strings

A snippets to detect and replace Emojis in JavaScript strings using Unicode property escapes....

stefan judis




How to Write an Infinite Scroll List with React

Infinite Scrolling is proper when you don't know the page size. Your items are in the stream (For example, timeline). And the only chance is to display items in an order. Then implementing Infinite Scrolling best way for usability. I wrote a simple simulation that loads new it...

Onur Dayibasi


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