Category: Web Design – Javascript

XMLHttpRequest vs the Fetch API: What’s Best for Ajax in 2019?

March 2019 celebrates the 20th anniversary of Ajax. Sort of. The first implementation of XMLHttpRequest shipped in 1999 as an IE5.0 ActiveX component (don’t ask). Before then, there had been ways to pull data from a server without a full-page refresh, but they often relied on clunky techniques such as <script> injection or third-party plugins. Microsoft developed XMLHttpRequest primary for a browser-based alternative to their…

Framework to streamline use of neural networks

v.0.9.0 MindsDB’s goal is to make it very simple for developers to use the power of artificial neural networks in their projects. Quick Overview You can get started in your own computer/cloud or you can also try it via your browser using Google Colab. It’s very simple to setup pip3 install mindsdb –user (Having issues? learn more) Once you have MindsDB installed, you can use…

Styling An Angular Application With Bootstrap

About The Author Ahmed is a full-stack developer. He designed and implemented projects written in Python with Django, JavaScript and Java. Now focusing on web technologies and … More about Ahmed… In this tutorial, we’ll use the latest versions of Bootstrap 4 and Angular 7 to build an Angular application and style the interface with Bootstrap. In case you’ve already tried building a web application…

Node.js TypeScript #2. The synchronous nature of the EventEmitter

February 18, 2019 In this article, we continue going through the main concepts connected to Node.js. This time we dive into the idea of the Node.js EventEmitter. We explain its synchronous nature and how it works, which helps with understanding other Node.js features because some of them use the EventEmitter under the hood. Node.js TypeScript: EventEmitter Using events is a big part of working with JavaScript and…

Essential polymorphic async functions … every, forEach, map, reduce, some, flow, pipe, when, …

Essential polymorphic async functions … every, forEach, map, reduce, some, flow, pipe, when, route and more! The assentials library provides asynchronous polymorphic versions of forEach, every, map, reduce and some. By “polymorphic” we mean you can pass in an Array, Map, Set, generator, async generator, or even an object. The assentials library also provides asynchronous sequenced processing of functions, Regular Expressions, and literals through versions…

Experimenting with Bluetooth from JavaScript

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How to Build Your First Static Site with Gatsby

Thinking about getting on the JAMStack bandwagon? If your answer is Yes, then Gatsby, one of the hottest static site generators around, could be just what you’re looking for. JAM stands for JavaScript, APIs, and Markup. In other words, when the dynamic parts of a site or app during the request/response cycle are taken care of by JavaScript in the client, all server-side processes take…

Free Hugo Theme: Hugo Serif

harambe 31 minutes ago. link 1 point ▲ ▼ Not related to js JugglerX 1 hour ago. link 1 point ▲ ▼ I just wanted to add, there are a lot of Hugo themes but most of them are blog templates. In fact there are very few examples of building anything else with most static site generators. Serif has an architecture that would allow you…

Managing Image Breakpoints With Angular

About The Author Tamas is a Developer Evangelist and experienced Technical Trainer. He has delivered successful training classes, workshops as well as presentations worldwide at … More about Tamas… A built-in Angular feature called BreakPoint Observer gives us a powerful interface for dealing with responsive images. Let’s take a look at a service that allows us to serve, transform and manage images in the cloud….

4 different techniques for copying objects in JavaScript

(and how to implement them) When working with functional programming a good rule of thumb is to always create new objects instead of changing old ones. In doing so we can be sure that our meddling with the object’s structure won’t affect some seemingly unrelated part of the application, which in turn makes the entire code more predictable. How exactly can we be sure that…