Posts Tagged Under: Web development

Will JavaScript die due to WebAssembly?

We are so much into JavaScript today! JavaScript is no more a toy language. It’s there from the client to servers; from local machines to database. Some are also trying to code embedded in JS… we’re so much into JavaScript today. The noise of JavaScript is being heard by the non-JavaScript developers

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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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Steps to Improve the Performance of Web Application

teaching essay writing In recent times performance has become a major hurdle in developing Web Applications. Though there are many applications with stunning design and interface, the performance of many such applications are not up to the mark. We often find web pages taking minutes to load. By following few steps

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GitHub Beginners Tutorial: How to start with

Intro to GitHub What is Git? Git is distributed revision control software, which allows a team of people to work together, sharing the same files. It tracks the version and as well as the history of every single file inside the project. That means in any point of time if you want

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Make simple star rating by radio buttons using css

This is a very quick and simple tutorial on how to make star ratings very easily. We just need a css sprite image containing 3 different colored stars, radio buttons and some simple logic to design the css. Lets’s look at the code now. html file: <form id="ratingsForm"> <div class="stars"> <input type="radio" name="star" class="star-1"

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