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React Hooks

On the Roadmap for React there was a widely discussed feature called React Hooks. As of yesterday, Hooks are available in stable release v16.8. Personally I’m rather excited for this to become a part of React. I’ll try to explain why I’m so excited and point you to some great resources to get started yourself. What are Hooks? With the ...

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JavaScript Timing Events Example

Greetings readers, in this tutorial, we will explore the Timing Events in the javascript language. 1. Introduction JavaScript is an object-oriented programming language that allows the client-side scripting to interact with a user and deliver the dynamic pages. Most web browsers including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Opera, etc. support it. The JavaScript scripting language includes: ...

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JavaScript Validator Example

Greetings readers, in this tutorial, we will explore the form validations in the javascript language. 1. Introduction JavaScript is an object-oriented programming language that allows the client-side scripting to interact with a user and deliver the dynamic pages. Most web browsers including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Opera, etc. support it. The JavaScript scripting language includes: ...

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JavaScript round() Example

Greetings readers, in this tutorial, we will explore the round() method in the javascript language. 1. Introduction JavaScript is an object-oriented programming language that allows the client-side scripting to interact with a user and deliver the dynamic pages. Most web browsers including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Opera, etc. support it. The JavaScript scripting language includes: ...

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JavaScript Quicksort Example

Greetings readers, in this tutorial, we will sort the elements using a quicksort algorithm in the javascript language. 1. Introduction JavaScript is an object-oriented programming language that allows the client-side scripting to interact with a user and deliver the dynamic pages. Most web browsers including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Opera, etc. support it. The JavaScript ...

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JavaScript Number toString() Example

Greetings readers, in this tutorial, we will understand the number toString() method in the JavaScript language. 1. Introduction JavaScript is an object-oriented programming language that allows the client-side scripting to interact with a user and deliver the dynamic pages. Most web browsers including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Opera, etc. support it. The JavaScript scripting language ...

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AngularJS Scope

1. Overview In this post, we are reviewing scope in AngularJS. It is passed as an argument when we make a controller: <script> var myApp = angular.module('myApp', []); myApp.controller('myController', function($scope) { $scope.name = "Red Dead Redemption"; }); </script> Scope is actually an object that refers to the model in an application structure, such as Model View Controller (MVC) . It ...

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JavaScript String toUpperCase() Example

Greetings readers, in this tutorial, we will understand the string toUpperCase() method in the JavaScript language. 1. Introduction JavaScript is an object-oriented programming language that allows the client-side scripting to interact with a user and deliver the dynamic pages. Most web browsers including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Opera, etc. support it. The JavaScript scripting language ...

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JavaScript String toLowerCase() Example

Greetings readers, in this tutorial, we will understand the string toLowerCase() method in the JavaScript language. 1. Introduction JavaScript is an object-oriented programming language that allows the client-side scripting to interact with a user and deliver the dynamic pages. Most web browsers including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Opera, etc. support it. The JavaScript scripting language ...

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