Chrome breaks the web, dynamic imports, and other stories
TL;DR: Chrome team breaks existing web to make Chrome perform better
Dynamic import() introduces a new function-like form of import that unlocks new capabilities compared to static import. This article compares the two and gives an overview of what's new.
Recently, I’ve been working on a new full-stack project and I wanted to take the opportunity to try my hand at creating a GraphQL API. I didn’t find many resources that walked through the whole stack on the back-end from DB to ORM to API design, including tests, so I thought I could help some other folks by laying out what I ended up with.
Template Literals are string literals that allow embedded expressions. If that sounds confusing, fret not, you'll get a hang of it soon.
I would like to guide you through a more in-depth, yet simple, explanation of ES6 variables — number one on the list from our previous article: let and const. Let’s start with some basics.
Because completely rewriting an existing production application would be very time consuming and prevent the application roadmap of moving forward, we’ve found it’s almost always better to make small changes and release often. The only requirement here is to have a clear vision about where you want to be when it’s done.
On some occasions, data can be made instantly available at fast intervals. The data can change so fast that the user of a conventional app won’t have the realtime update, even if they constantly…
I wanted to focus here on the modeling procedure of a neural network for classification. How to choose the number of intermediate layers and the associated…
Bellow is a list of tools that I find helpful as a web developer.
An ORM-like Interface and a Router For Your API Requests