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Need of callback hell in javascript

Callback hell is a term used in JavaScript programming to describe a situation where code becomes nested and hard to read due to multiple levels of callback functions. It occurs when asynchronous operations are heavily relied upon, leading to a cascade of callbacks within callbacks. Callback hell can make code maintenance and debugging challenging,...

Sahil Saini · 1 week ago · 27

Security Considerations for QR Code Scanners in JavaScript Applications

As QR codes continue to gain popularity in various applications, addressing the security considerations surrounding their implementation in JavaScript applications becomes imperative.   Javascript QR code scanners and barcode scanner APIs...

Evelyn Kroll · 01 August · 8

Exploring JavaScript Vs Ruby on Rails - Which Reigns Supreme?

When it comes to web development, there are numerous programming languages and frameworks to choose from. Among the most popular ones are JavaScript vs Ruby on Rails. Both have unique characteristics and cater to different development needs. In this...

Olivia Watson · 26 July · 46

What are Javascript Variable, Scope, and Hoisting [With Examples]?

Today we will talk about javascript variable scopes, how ECMAScript has defined the variables, and variable hoisting. Understanding Javascript Variable Scope and Hoisting Well, we know how the scopes of the programming language work, but it’s not the same for all programming languages. In javascript, the variable scope and its hoisting are...

Rajasree Pothula · 19 July · 49

JavaScript Security Vulnerabilities: Protecting Your Web Applications

In today's digital landscape, JavaScript is one of the most widely used programming languages for building web applications. However, like any other technology, JavaScript is not immune to security vulnerabilities. These vulnerabilities can potential...

Jeff Smith · 20 June · 68

What Was Added to ECMAScript in 2023

ECMAScript is the standard for the JavaScript programming language, which establishes rules, syntax, and other criteria for creating JavaScript code. ECMAScript is annually expanded by the JavaScript developer community and aligns with the ECMA Inter...

Den W. · 31 May · 63

Substring search algorithms in JavaScript

Recently, I came across a not very difficult task on LeetCode. Within the task, I had to implement an algorithm to search for a substring in a string. While I was trying to solve the task, I realized that I knew very little about how to search for a...

Jacob Enderson · 09 May · 92

TypeScript vs JavaScript: Technology, Popularity

Learn the differences between JavaScript and TypeScript and which one you should use Primarily, when we think about developing a website, application, or software the foremost concerning question is about the platforms, technology, language, a...

Aditya Jani · 21 March · 73

ReactJS and Server-Side Rendering: What Is It and Why Does It Matter?

ReactJS is a popular JavaScript library that enables developers to create dynamic and interactive user interfaces. It is widely used for building web applications, especially those that require real-time updates and seamless performance. When it come...

Alex · 06 March · 96

Terrific 13 JavaScript Unit Testing Frameworks You Should Use In 2023🤩

Looking for the best Javascript unit testing framework? Well then here you will find the best Javascript testing frameworks. Although, before we drill down the frameworks in detail, let’s understand what is unit testing and its types. What Is Unit T...

Saanvi Sen · 06 March · 80

10 Reasons Why You Should Choose JavaScript for Web Development

JavaScript has become one of the most popular programming languages used on the web today, powering everything from single-page apps to dynamic games and video sites with high traffic volumes. This rise in popularity has led to faster performance and...

Sofia Carter · 21 October 2022 · 134

Free PHP, HTML, CSS, JavaScript/TypeScript editor - CodeLobster IDE

In this article, we suggest you to get acquainted with the free editor of web languages - CodeLobster IDE. It is presented on the software market for a long time already, and it wins a lot of fans. CodeLobster IDE allows you to edit PHP, HTML, CSS,...

Alex · 1 year ago · 100

Difference between web Designer and developer

Web Designer: A web designer is a graphics producer who are the supervise for designer display, accessibility and visual emergence website.  Web Developer: A Web developer is build and maintain the structure and layout of website. Web developer is...

Hamid Mughal · 30 August 2022 · 93

What are the top 10 frontend development languages in 2022?

What are the top 10 frontend development languages in 2022? Which programming languages will be most popular with frontend developers next year? What technologies and frameworks are they adopting, and which ones are they leaving behind? It’s im...

John Smith · 10 May 2022 · 39

JavaScript Weekly digest. April 29, 2022

Four Eras of JavaScript Frameworks — While the pre-2012 history is a bit fuzzy given the author’s experiences, this is a nice retrospective and attempt to break down the history of JavaScript frameworks into four eras, each of w...

Jacob Enderson · 30 April 2022 · 206

Syncing Google Sheets to a database via REST API’s

In this article, I will walk you through how to integrate a web-based ordering system with a Google Sheet.  Imagine you work for a bike-sharing startup that has a bike ordering web app built on Node.js. If you're familiar with JavaScript, Node.js is...

Alex · 18 May 2020 · 457