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Managing loading status for React is much easier with loadio

Managing loading status for React is much easier with loadio

Introduction Many projects contain asynchronous calls. The operation of these may be unaware of the user, or the user may need to know about that status.  In order to notify the user of this, the loading component is shown on the screen and the user is informed...

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20 useful free resources for Web Developers

20 useful free resources for Web Developers

Checkout some useful resources for Web Developer 1.  HTML and CSS Free Templates 2.  The Modern JavaScript Tutorial 3.  JavaScript questions 4.  JavaScript Cheat Sheet 5.  Squarespace logo Maker 6.  Flexbox Defense 7.  Grid Garden 8.  100 Free Illustrations...

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5 curated frontend UI kits for your next web app

5 curated frontend UI kits for your next web app

Frontend UI kits enable developers to quickly launch digital products without having to consider the design language surrounding their coded components. They also enable UX designers to quickly iterate on product flows and test options during the MVP stage of product...

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How to use Async Await in JavaScript.

How to use Async Await in JavaScript.

JavaScript is a bit like The Faceless Men of the programming world. It can be Asynchronous. It can be Functional. It can be Object-oriented. It can be Client-side. It can be Server-side. The list goes on. This article will focus on Asynchronous JavaScript. But wait,...

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How to write Promises in JavaScript

How to write Promises in JavaScript

Almost anyone who has used JavaScript, had a love/hate relationship with it at some point. JavaScript is like that girlfriend who is frustrating at times but has something about her which keeps us intrigued. JavaScript has a galore of interesting topics and concepts...

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Node.js, MySQL and async/await

Node.js, MySQL and async/await

Writing asynchronous applications in Node.js can be hard to learn, but except for some really simple cases, it cannot be avoided. Accessing a database is an example of an operation which is asynchronous by nature. It means that you have to wait for the results of a...

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How to Make Good Code Reviews Better

How to Make Good Code Reviews Better

I have been doing day-to-day code reviews for over a decade now. The benefits of code reviews are plenty: someone spot checks your work for errors, they get to learn from your solution, and the collaboration helps to improve the organization’s overall approach to...

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