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netData binding in Blazor
Blazor has 3 different ways of binding data on the client-side. Here are the different data binding mechanisms in the client-side blazor framework. One-way data bindin, Two-way data binding, Component parameters
nodejsPrivate Class Fields in NodeJS
Private class fields are a Stage 2 TC39 proposal. Even though they're still experimental, you can use private class fields in Node.js 12 without flags or transpilers. In this article, I'll explain the basics of private class fields and how they...
typescriptTypeScript: Decoding JSON
Typescript is very well suited for adding type safety to a JavaScript program, but on its own, it's not enough to guarantee that it won't crash at run-time. This article shows how JSON decoders can help to extend TypeScript compile-time guarantees...
reactReal time communication with Node, React and WebSockets
The web has traveled a long way to support full-duplex (or two-way) communication between a client and server. This is the prime intention of the WebSocket protocol: to provide persistent real-time communication between the client and the server...
css3Material design - Dark theme
A dark theme displays dark surfaces across the majority of a UI. It’s designed to be a supplemental mode to a default (or light) theme. Dark themes reduce the luminance emitted by device screens, while still meeting minimum color contrast ratios....
htmlSplit Buttons
In complex applications, it is easy to overwhelm users with a tremendous number of options, commands, tools, and controls. Showing a large number of tools all at once is visually overwhelming, and evaluating all the available actions places far too...
typescriptWhat’s new in TypeScript
At Microsoft’s Build 2019 conference, Daniel Rosenwasser, the program manager of the TypeScript team, gave a talk about new features that were added to the language in recent releases.
reactGraphQL course for React developers
GraphQL is becoming the new way to use APIs in modern web and mobile apps. However, learning new things always takes time and without getting your hands dirty it’s very hard to understand the nuances of a new technology. So, Hasura put together a...
nodejsGoogle Sheets for Node.js Developers
Say goodbye to the days of TPS. This session shows how to string together your emails, docs, and charts into one gorgeous report. Combine all your GitHub metrics, monitoring data, and surveys with this wide-ranging platform that involves ""human""...
css3Create Joined Bulletpoint Lists with CSS
Dug into BBC News' technique for creating a "timeline" list in this detailed tutorial post with a handy embedded Pen.
htmlHTTP/2 Prioritization for a Faster Web
HTTP/2 promised a much faster web and Cloudflare rolled out HTTP/2 access for all our customers long, long ago. But one feature of HTTP/2, Prioritization, didn’t live up to the hype. Not because it was fundamentally broken but because of the way...
ionicBuild an Ionic 4 App with User Login and Registration
The hardest problems that developers face are naming things and user authentication. Thankfully services like Okta take the pain out of the authentication part. In this video, Matt Raible walks through the process of setting up a login form with...
angularHow to write Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) in Angular
A Progressive Web App, or PWA, is a set of guidelines to utilize modern browser features in a way that creates a more app-like user experience. We won’t go into all the details that make an application a PWA, because it all sort of depends on who...
vanillajsHow to setup Vim for JavaScript development
Vim supports basic syntax highlighting for JavaScript but I found it suboptimal especially when it comes to modern ES2015+ syntax, and it doesn’t support JSX when working with React. I found that vim-javascript and vim-jsx solved my problems in both...
nodejsSitemap Generation in Node
XML ‘sitemap’ files help search spiders (particularly Googlebot) crawl your site but generating them is about as exciting as Brexit, so this could come in handy.
angularAngular features you didn’t know existed
n this post, you will be introduced to a few new Angular features you might not know about. We will look at the thought process behind them and even some examples on how to get started using them.
nodejsHow to Build a CLI App with Node.js
Twilio seems to be on a burst of content production lately, and long may it last because this is a neat 15 minute introduction to something nearly every Node developer needs to do at some point.
reactMicrosoft launches React Native for Windows
Microsoft announced a new open-source project for React Native developers who want to target Windows. “React Native for Windows,” as the project is unsurprisingly called, is meant to be a new ‘performance-oriented’ implementation of React for...
angularNgRx Store with Angular
Reactive Programming is an approach of event handling and data flow in applications. Using the Reactive Programming approach, application components and other objects are written to react to the data changes, instead of waiting for receiving these...
netGlobal Error Handler in ASP.NET Core
It is a good practice to have a Global Error handler in ASP.NET Core applications. This will make our code clean, readable and maintainable. The advantage it offers is to have a central control on our application by defining a custom middleware.