Category: Web Design – Javascript

Build a Simple Web App with Express, Angular, and GraphQL

This article was originally published on the Okta developer blog. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. During the past 10 years or so, the concept of REST APIs for web services has become the bread and butter for most web developers. Recently a new concept has emerged, GraphQL. GraphQL is a query language that was invented by Facebook and released to…

JavaScript Labels

No matter how long you’ve been a JavaScript developer, there will always be language features that you didn’t know about until you saw them in a fringe piece of code. Your reaction generally is a bit like: One of those features I see developers quizically trying to figure out is JavaScript labels, which allow you to manage break and continue with JavaScript loops. Let’s have…

Welgo – Node.js UI Library with React-Inspired Components

Server-side library with react-like components (JSX supported), which is supposed to be used instead of traditional templating language, like Jade/Pug, Handlebars, etc. Zero dependencies React-inspired components Async components (fetch data where you need it) Getting started const Welgo = require(“welgo”); const htm = require(“htm”); const html = htm.bind(Welgo.createElement); const express = require(“express”); const app = express(); async function Page(props, { getTopics }) { // you…

JS Object to XLS, PDF and CSV

A simple and quick javascript library for generating CSV, XLS and PDF in the frontend. Example Please navigate to the following example to test this library: Example Page Installation You can download the latest version of ObjectExporter from the GitHub releases. Configuration In order use this library, follow the below steps: Download the latest release of the library from GitHub releases. Add the reference to…

New ES2018 features worth knowing (with examples)

New ES2018 Features Every JavaScript Developer Should Know — ES2018 wasn’t as huge a leap forward as ES6, but this post is packed with interesting examples of spread properties within object literals, asynchronous iterators and asynchronous iterables, Promise.prototype.finally, and other new features. Faraz Kelhini Frontiers 2019: Explore New Ways to Build Apps on Slack — Frontiers is a Slack conference exploring the future of work….

Top Javascript Testing Frameworks in Demand for 2019

StateOfJS survey results: which JS testing frameworks will rule 2019? A quick overview of the most in-demand javascript testing frameworks that would take centre stage in the javascript ecosystem and developers should get familiar with in 2019 Photo by Louis Reed on Unsplash TL;DR: in this article, we would look at the top most in-demand javascript testing frameworks and review them based on insights from the state…

Is it hard to port an app? And what should you start with?

Bessalitskykh 1 hour ago. At the beginning, you should understand the key platform differences as well as differentiate business logic from coding aspects for each platform. There are 4 sub-steps in an app conversion: – Review the app requirements and functionality – Adjust the app design to meet the standards of the platform – Tailor coding and architecture components for a new platform – Provide…