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18 Septembre 2022 (64)

1: Everything you need to know about Javascript Arrays

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

With arrays, there are usually a set number of specific things you want to achieve. Below is a list of pretty much any action you would want to perform on an array, and how to do it in Javascript. If you have any more, let me know in the comments bel...

2: Inserting an Item into an Array at a Specific Index in Javascript

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Arrays are common data structures found in Javascript, which typically look a bit like this: let myArray = [ 'some', 'data', 'here' ] They act a lot like arrays found in other languages, and are relatively easy to define. Above, we have an array con...

3: How to Build a CI/CD Pipeline for Your Lambda Using SST and GitHub Actions

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Many people developing on AWS Lambda have chosen to use SST for it's great feature-set including: easy to use console, composable serverless constructs, and live lambda development. In this article, I'll give you two options to consider If you want t...

4: Use twitter API V2 to send tweets using python

Hashnode - python (python)

Twitter offers multiple tools to let you increase your influence area, and reach the communities you are interested in. Twitter has become the go-to social media platform for businesses, mainly because of its reach, and infinite engagement opportunit...

5: Wat is Python en waarom is het zo populair '

Hashnode - python (python)

Dit is de vraag die ik in mijn hoofd had toen ik erachter kwam dat ik Python op school zou krijgen tijdens mijn programmeerlessen. Dus na een diepe onderzoek op het wereldwijde web kan ik jullie voorzien van een kort en krachtige samenvatting over wa...

6: How to Kill a Process Running on a Port

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

It is common in Node.js and other languages to run a script on a certain port. Since ports can come in and out of use, it's also common to get the following error: Error: listen EADDRINUSE: address already in use :::3000 at Server.setupListen...

7: The Difference between TypeScript Interfaces and Types

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

In TypeScript, you might have noticed you can declare custom types in two different ways. One is with the interface keyword, and the other is with the type keyword. As such, you may find yourself wondering why there are two ways to do one thing - and...

8: Explained: Single Page Applications and how it works

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Have you heard about single-page applications, well if you have not, in less than 6 minutes you will know a lot about single-page applications. If you know what it is but want to improve your knowledge bank of the subject or gain insight into anothe...

9: Week 1 - Road Too Frontend

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Week Recap and thoughts This week was pretty interesting for me! Last week I started learning DOM Manipulation and it's a big step up from learning the fundamentals. I struggled a bit with it at the beginning and couldn't grasp what was happening. Lu...

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10: 7 Worth Having Best Seller Home Essentials For Your Ease

Smashing apps (Internet / Design)

Who does not want to have new home essentials to make their lives easier' So, […]

11: 7 Worth Having Best Seller Home Essentials For Your Ease

Smashing apps (Internet / Design)

Who does not want to have new home essentials to make their lives easier' So, […]

12: 7 Worth Having Best Seller Home Essentials For Your Ease

Smashing apps (Internet / Design)

Who does not want to have new home essentials to make their lives easier' So, […]

13: What is servant build tool'

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Servant builder is simple build runner that can provide simple building modularized large projects. With Servant you have control for used libraries, building, publishing. You can control version, manage and keep single version of libraries across yo...

14: 5/10 Days of Javascript

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

We are already halfway into our challenge and today our main topic of understanding would be MAKING DECISIONS in javascript. Decision-making is often called IF/ELSE Conditions. They help make an either-or choice since the user will be presented with ...

15: Deploying a full-stack application to a scalable environment: A Step-By-Step Guide

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Developing a web application is only half the battle - once you've built it, you need to deploy it to a production environment so that your users can actually access and use it! In this article, we'll walk you through the steps of how to deploy a ful...

16: LeetCode - Jump Game III

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Problem statement Given an array of non-negative integers arr, you are initially positioned at start index of the array. When you are at index i, you can jump to i + arr[i] or i - arr[i], check if you can reach to any index with value 0. Notice that ...

17: How coding saved me from alcohol and weed.

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Saturday, 12 march 2022. This is when I decided to change my life for good. A day before we were having a party. A comrades Friday party with my classmates from the civil engineering class. We breached the covid19 protocols and we were arrested. I sp...

18: Start of something good - Week 1

Hashnode - Flutter (Flutter)

First of all, I want to say, its really exciting to be here. It all started as a team of two from the side hustle bootcamp (Mobile Application Team). The bootcamp commenced after the internship. Its a chance to learn more, dig deep, throw some darts ...

19: Why you shouldn't become a Full-Stack Developer!

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Oh, maybe I should have said why you should not become a full-stack developer if you are a beginner. There is nothing bad in being a full-stack developer. However, it keeps happening that most people who are beginners just want to be in the front a...

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20: Javascript Interview Cheatsheet

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

In this article, we will discuss some essential topics for your Javascript interview. Topics covered in this article are : Scope Call Stack Is Javascript Single-threaded' Hoisting Let's start! Scope In normal English, the scope is a limited or rest...


Hashnode - python (python)

Hello troubleshooters! here is a quick recap of day1 of machine learning where we have learnt about the introductory definition of machine learning that is ultimately nothing just a subset of artificial intelligence which coordinates well with the da...

22: 100days Of Machine Learning

Hashnode - python (python)

Hello troubleshooters! This is Hritika ,CSE major budding data engineer and machine learning enthusiast. This series is going to be super interesting as this blog node would be more concentrated towards the core concepts of machine learning and also ...

23: Getting Started with React TDD - Unit Testing

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

I have previously worked with React, but since I started using it at work, I have needed to learn how to write tests. I have already been writing tests in .NET, so it was quite easy to translate that to the frontend. In this article, we will be usin...

24: JavaScript Recursion: Understanding the Basics

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Recursion is a method of solving a problem by breaking it down into smaller problems that have the same solution. Recursion can be difficult to understand, but it's also really useful. In this blog post, we'll cover the basics of JavaScript recursion...

25: Understanding How to Create Object Constructors in JavaScript

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Constructors are special functions that create and initialize a class or object instance, learning how to create Constructors makes it possible to eradicate unnecessary lines of code and also helps in constructing a clean code base. Before we dive f...

26: Secure Your GraphQL API With This One Line of Code

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

One the greatest things about having a GraphQL API is the flexibility it gives your users to query the types you expose. A user can choose to query one field in one type or they can choose to query every type you expose. That's great and all but it o...

27: Scope, Scope Chain, and Lexical Environment In JavaScript.

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Scope in javascript is an important concept and gives us the power to write variables in a way we cannot imagine. It provides extra security to our variables by avoiding unwanted modifications from other parts of the program. It also gives us the pow...

28: An Overview : Hoisting in JavaScript

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

What is Hoisting ' In Simple Word , Defining the declarations at the top of the scope before code execution is known as hoisting in JavaScript. One of the advantage of hoisting is that we can call a function before they appear in the code. someFuncti...

29: React js - Overview

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

What is React js ' React is a JavaScript library for building user interfaces. React is used to build single-page applications. React allows us to create reusable UI components. What You Should Already Know Before starting with React.JS, you s...

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30: Why our websites are slow ' Importance of bundle size

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Not Reactjs, not a framework or the servers, or API , nor the internet is the reason behind it. Under the Hood The story begins way back exactly one year ago. When I was covering stories on react and react native apps optimisation. I have covered mor...

31: Why our websites are slow ' Importance of bundle size

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Under the Hood The story begins way back exactly one year ago. When I was covering stories on react and react native apps optimisation. I have covered more than 15 ways in a single story on how to improve react app performance. This is the beauty of ...

32: Add a Pokédex to Your AI-Powered Assistant

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Greetings. In this article, we will add a Pokedex to our AI assistant. Setting Up If you missed the last article, read it to understand how we add new command handlers.

33: Adobe Buys Figma: What Does this Mean for Web Standards'

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

When news broke of Adobe acquiring the web-based collaborative design tool Figma for about $20 billion ' one of the most significant internet M&A deals over the past twenty years ' you could almost hear the anguished cries of web designers the world ...

34: Array to String Without Commas in JavaScript

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

In this article, you'll discover how to convert an array to a string without commas. By no commas, I mean no separator between your array elements (words) or a separator different than a comma. How to Convert Array to String Without Commas In JavaScr...

35: New Strings Method in ES6 JavaScript

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

There are four methods that are introduced in Modern JavaScript:- const name = 'nidhi' The first one is startsWith the method console.log(`${name}`.startsWith('n')); result: true The second one is endsWith console.log(`${name}`.endsWith('n')); resu...

36: Fibonacci Series in one line of logic

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

I looked everywhere for efficient logic to get fibonacci series but all I could get was typical codes which hardly a newBie could understand so I simplified the whole in just few lines of code logic. lets have a look: //n is the number of limit for...

37: LeetCode - Jump Game II

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Problem statement Given an array of non-negative integers nums, you are initially positioned at the first index of the array. Each element in the array represents your maximum jump length at that position. Your goal is to reach the last index in the ...

38: Best Platforms To Learn Coding For Free

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Breaking into tech industry is unique. While many career path have a clear road map, there are many ways to break into tech jobs. Option include studying computer science degrees in school, enrolling to coding bootcamps and self study. These are all ...

39: L'ingénierie française peine à recruter ses compétences IT

Le monde informatique (Informatique / Internet)

La Société des ingénieurs et scientifiques de France (IESF) a dévoilé cette semaine les résultats de sa 33eme (...)

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40: Usine 4.0, entre ambitions et réalité du terrain

L'usine-digitale (Informatique)

Lors de la huitième édition du SIDO Lyon, le groupe d'ingénierie et de conseil en technologies Alten est revenu sur les attentes de l'industrie 4.0. IoT, edge AI, cloud computing, digital twin, réalité virtuelle' face à la diversité des solutions à disposition, la société française a opté pour la combinaison de plusieurs technologies à la fois. À l'occasion du SIDO Lyon, salon dédi [...]

41: Should new Android developers learn Compose or XML'

Hashnode - Kotlin (Mobiles)

In the next three months, I'll be volunteering to teach undergrad students Android development. So, I'm also faced with this question, should I teach a new developer Compose or XML' In my opinion, aspiring Android developers should just start learnin...

42: Difference between cookies, local storage, and session storage'

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

The web storage API is used by developers to store some data in the web browser and this data is nothing but key-value pair of strings. There are two mechanisms to store the data, Local Storage Session Storage Local storage Local storage stores a l...

43: Writing a custom hook that syncs your internal state with props in React and TypeScript.

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Let's say, for whatever reason, you run into a scenario where you want to create an internal state that can be overwritten when a prop changes. You might write it like this type SearchBoxProps = { // the prop we want to derive query: string } ex...

44: Richest Customer Wealth in Javascript.

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

leetCode problem : You are given an m x n integer grid accounts where accounts[i][j] is the amount of money the '''''''''ith'''' customer has in the '''''jth'''' bank. Return the wealth that the ...

45: Common Python Beginner Mistakes With Default Arguments

Hashnode - python (python)

When I first began using Python and object-oriented programming (OOP) methods in college, a friend asked for my stack and I responded that I knew Python well. He requested access to my GitHub repository, and after a while, he pointed out some code I ...

46: Loops in JavaScript

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Hola coders! In this article, we are going to discuss and learn about loops in JavaScript. It allows you to do a certain task for a certain number of times. It is an outcome of the DRY (Donot Repeat Yourself) principle. There are various loops used ...

47: Setting up the medusa server

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Regarding medusa, the project is made up of different building blocks. For instance, you can run a server and separate admin panels or storefronts. When it comes to all of these, the server is the heart of everything. It maintains the database and al...

48: Learning powerful Python one-liners

Hashnode - python (python)

One-liners shorten the amount of code that must be written and make it cleaner, but they can be challenging for beginners to grasp. 1. One-liner loop Let's begin by creating a list of integers from 0 to 10 using a loop Normal Program num_list=[] for ...

49: Killer JavaScript One Liners

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Hello Devs ' This is Atul here. Many times, in our development workflow, we come across complex problems which require only one line of code to be solved. I've curated 39 code snippets so that you can use them in future codebases ' 1. Convert a col...

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50: [JavaScript] '' ''' ''

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

'' '' ''' '' '' n' '', n' '' '' '' x' '''' ''' '''' '''. n' '' '' x' ''''' x+1' ''' '''', n' '' '' x' ''' '''' -1' '''' ''' '''''. '' '' n' 1'', 50000000000000 ''' '' '''''. ''' ' nreturn 121144 3-1 ''' ' '' - ''' '#1 121' '' '' 11' ''''', (11+1)'...

51: 5 Python Features That I Was Unaware Even Existed

Hashnode - python (python)

When you read anything for pleasure, you often pick up on intriguing details that you may have otherwise overlooked. So, the following is a collection of facts that I found interesting. Can you perform that in Python' 1. Function Attributes You may ...

52: Data Types in Python (with code snippets)

Hashnode - python (python)

In Python, every value has a data type. There are various data types and in this thread we will discuss some of the important ones. Python Numbers Numbers are three types Integers floating point numbers complex numbers # integer age = 30 # ...

53: A method to convert python object to dict(supporting recursion)

Hashnode - python (python)

Code def object2Map(obj:object): """covert object to dict""" m = obj.__dict__ for k in m.keys(): v = m[k] if hasattr(v, "__dict__"): m[k] = object2Map(v) return m Test class Test: def __init__(self): ...

54: JavaScript - The prototype chain ''

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

In the previous post, I explained about the prototype In this article, we will learn about JavaScript's prototype chain. We will see how objects connect to other objects. Overview of What is Prototype' Prototype is a core concept in JavaScript and ...

55: The drawback of Using the callback function

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Callback function A callback function is a function passed into another function as an argument, which is then invoked inside the outer function to complete some kind of routine or action. Callback functions are used to achieve asynchronous behaviou...

56: ARRAY : One Stop Knowledge array Beginners, 2022

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

ARRAY in JavaScript For the Developers other than JavaScript Developer an array is a collection of items of same data type stored at contiguous memory locations. Example : This makes the lives of the developer much easier to trace the position of t...

57: 5 CLI Tools Made With Rust To Improve Already Popular Tools

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

One of the main purposes the community gave for Rust as it started to get traction was the recreation of some of the more popular command line tools. It's easy to grasp the reason for this as soon as you develop your first command line app with Rust....

58: Why Firefox Deserves Its Sad Decline'

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

Firefox was a legend. It's of course, still used by millions and millions of people, but not the way it was before. It was without a doubt one of the most dominant browsers before. But, personally, I think that they got what they deserved. Part1: The...

59: API Scraping - E-Commerce Data - Excel & PostgreSQL Using Python

Hashnode - python (python)

Packages FOR This Process is pip install jupyter pip install requests pip install pandas pip install sqlalchemy After Installation given Packages We use THis E-Commerce Site for data Now load this site and after That Use thi...

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60: How to Connect Redux with React'

Hashnode - javascript (Javascript)

We can connect Redux with React using React Redux package that is the official React binding for Redux. It allows React components to read data from a Redux Store, and dispatch Actions to the Store to update data. in this blog, I will explain to you ...

61: Easy Way to Separate Java Backend and Vue Frontend

Hashnode - vuejs (Javascript)

How to Run My complete project is on the github. git clone Open the project in IDEA and run Access http://localhost:9090 in chrome Explore the network tab in chrome dev tool,we find th...

62: Weekend Reading ' ' Gifs are cringe

Lab notes (Développement)

This week we're all about forms, JSON, and CSS. We have some thoughts about Figma, Uber, and Dynamic Island. Gifs are cringe, and QR surprise.

63: How to detect if a font is supported (snippet)

Stefan Judis (Développement)

Jim Nielsen shared how to detect Apple's 'New York' font face, and while reading the post, I realized that I'd forgotten about document.fonts. ' The CSS Font Loading API enables you to access or load fonts via JavaScript. It's good stuff! And if you want to test if a browser supports a font, the check method's your friend! document.fonts.check('12px ui-serif'); [...]

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