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More Awesome Git Aliases

In the last article in this series, Awesome Git Aliases, we took a look at some awesome aliases for Git. However, the true power of Git aliases comes from writing custom scripts. These allow you to build Git commands that can do anything you can imagine. In this article, I’ll show you how you can […]

More Awesome Git Aliases

In the last article in this series, Awesome Git Aliases, we took a look at some awesome aliases for Git. However, the true power of Git aliases comes from writing custom scripts. These allow you to build Git commands that can do anything you can imagine. In this article, I’ll show you how you can […]

More Awesome Git Aliases

In the last article in this series, Awesome Git Aliases, we took a look at some awesome aliases for Git. However, the true power of Git aliases comes from writing custom scripts. These allow you to build Git commands that can do anything you can imagine. In this article, I’ll show you how you can […]

How to query in Mongoose

In this article, you are going to learn about how to query in Mongoose. Mongoose is an ODM(Object Data Modeling) library for MongoDB that is based on NodeJS. You can create Schema, manage documents, and many more by using Mongoose. Moreover, you can query specific data. Here, query refers to the term as finding data […]

How to fix vue component not rendering

In this article, you are going to learn about how to fix vue component not rendering. In my learning journey of VueJs, I have faced many problems. “fix vue component not rendering” is one of them. I have faced this problem when I was an absolute beginner and try to render a very basic component […]

Making Django migrations in Python

Python’s Django web framework abstracts away much of the complexity when building web applications. One of its key facets is the ability to dynamically interact with a given database on a user’s behalf. Still, any developer needs to understand what’s going on behind the scenes, or it could lead to catastrophic consequences. In this tutorial, […]

What’s new in TypeScript 4.5

Introduction TypeScript 4.5 ships with some amazing features out of the box. These include enhanced Awaited type that improves asynchronous programming, supported lib from node_modules for painless upgrades, and performance optimization by using the realpathSync.native function. Also, in the beta release, TypeScript added ES modules support for Node 12. However, Microsoft believes this feature would […]

Build a serverless app with Node.js and OpenWhisk

Serverless architecture means we can build and deploy apps without having to manage servers, and offers developers high scalability, fast time-to-release, and lower cost. Apache OpenWhisk is one of the most mature and feature-rich serverless frameworks. It allows us to build a complex app with simple stateless functions. Since it’s an open source platform, developers […]

How to build a GUI with PyQt

Introduction A Graphical User Interface, better known as GUI, is a characteristic feature of most personal computers today. It provides an intuitive experience to users of varying levels of computing skills. Though they may use more resources, GUI applications are generally user-friendly due to their point-and-click nature. PyQt is one of the toolkits you can […]

How to build secure smart contracts using Vyper

It was only a matter of time before more programming languages were written to rival Solidity. Vyper is similar to Solidity, but it is written in a more modern way. In this tutorial, we’ll walk you through how to build smart contracts using Vyper. What is Vyper? Vyper is a pythonic language that is similar […]

Building an app with Electron and Vue

JavaScript is regarded as one of the most commonly used programming languages in the world, as it doesn’t just excel at manipulating elements on the frontend; with this same language, you can create cross-platform mobile applications, develop APIs and work with backend infrastructure, and create desktop applications. While there have been numerous libraries and frameworks […]

What’s new in the latest GraphQL spec

A new version of the GraphQL specification has been released: the October 2021 Edition. This new release comes over three years after the previous one (from June 2018) and involved 35 contributors who produced nearly 100 changes. You might think that, coming after three years of work, there will be major new features in the […]

Run React Native background tasks with Headless JS

Background processing is an important part of mobile application development, particularly when you want to poll a server or periodically send data to a server. Usually, an app is in the background if no activities are visible to the user. In React Native, performing a task in the background might seem daunting at first. It […]

Create an advanced scroll lock React Hook

Introduction Scroll lock is a technique used on websites when we don’t want a user to scroll the page. This sounds counter-intuitive; why would we ever want to prevent a user from scrolling our web page to see content!? In this article, we’ll explore scroll lock, and attempt to create a cross-device React Hook that […]

Understanding Axios POST requests

Sending requests to a web server is one of the most common things we do on the frontend side of web development. Creating a Facebook post, uploading a new Instagram image, sending a tweet, or logging in and signing up on new websites: these scenarios all send requests to a server. Axios is an open […]

How to transpile ES modules with webpack and Node.js

In the JavaScript ecosystem, webpack stands out as a major tool for bundling our code. But before we dive into how webpack does that, which is the major point of our post, let us first of all understand what ES modules are. What are ES modules? ES modules (ESM) are the recommended way for writing […]

Best Node.js CMS platforms for 2022

Introduction The digital experiences we can create, and the content we can deliver to our target audience, have never been so important. Individuals, businesses, and corporations invest heavily in content — not just in its creation, but also its delivery. Content management systems (CMS) enable people without a strong technical background to publish content. We […]

Using Fetch Event Source for server-sent events in React

The critical piece of any full-stack application is the connection between the frontend and backend. Generally, the communication is implemented by the client making the request to the server and the server sending back the response with the data. This gives users the control to decide when to receive the data, but there might be […]

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