Posts in Category: javascript

Node.js – reasons to use, pros and cons, best practices!

JavaScript has certain characteristics which makes it unique from the other dynamic languages. It has no concept of thread, but its model of concurrency is completely basing on events; i.e. it’s an event driven programming language. The same thing makes node server different than other web servers. This article describes what

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All you need to know about client side data storage

There was a time when persisting data for a particular client either means uploading something to the server, or storing it to a server side session variable; or at max saving it to cookie and taking the overhead of transferring continuously in each http request. But with time, the greed of

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Improve view rendering performance in ember.js

One of the key reasons of ember’s less popularity is poor rendering performance. Almost every ember vs angular articles raises the point of rendering performance with example and shows how angular is better than ember. Well, but it’s not false that ember is slow; we all know that. We also know

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Creating Angular apps in Yo Way

Starting a new front-end project for web usually involves setting up various JavaScript/CSS frameworks & libraries, scaffolding your base application and keeping your frameworks and libraries up to date by hand. Well, the procedure is a big pain and pretty time consuming. But the good news is, you don’t have

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What is HTMLBars and how is it better than Handlebars

Yehuda Katz didn’t use mustache directly with ember and build Handlebars so that he could start from zero and build up syntactic structures that would support data binding from the get-go. And now, things are into the next level. He wanted to change the working structure of handlebars, which led him to build

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React Tutorial: Two way data binding

Facebook react was not really made for two way data binding.  But by adding a little complexity we can make two way data binding easily. Normally in facebook react data flows only in one direction; that is, parent to child. So when a data is modified in parent, that reflects

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