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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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Zache: A Simple Ruby In-Memory Cache

A month ago I stumbled upon a problem: I wasn’t able to find a Ruby gem which would do in-memory caching with the capability to expire on timeout. After some quick research I decided to implement my own and called it Zache (as in “zero cache,” since there is no back end). Here is how it works: First, you create ...

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OPA for HTTP Authorization

Open Policy Agent[1] is a promising, light weight and very generic policy engine to govern authorization is any type of domain. I found this comparion[2] very attractive in evaluating OPA for a project I am currently working on, where they demonstrate how OPA can cater same functionality defined in RBAC, RBAC with Seperation of Duty, ABAC and XACML.   Here are ...

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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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Pros and Cons of Xamarin vs Native Mobile Development

The web has drastically undergone a major transformation over the past couple of years. Thanks to the rapid technological advancement, the web has now become capable enough to effortlessly connect users and enable the exchange of data and ideas. Unfortunately, it is not enough. The truth is that when it comes to getting the most out of a computing device, ...

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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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