Starting now, Microsoft will roll out their new Chromium-based Edge browser to their millions of Windows 10 users. And this will also mark the end of an era. The era of the Trident-Engine.
So Microsoft launches a Node-based browser automation project called Playwright. It allows you to spin up a headless version of a browser and control it. Go here! Click something! Take a screenshot! That kind of stuff. Particularly useful for testing.
Is that a time to finally dig into the TypeScript? Yes, it is. This new video course will get you through the very basics to some advance topics. We'll see how to migrate an existing project to TypeScript, and finally, learn to configure Visual Code for a comfortable and productive workflow. Get started here.
I want to delete a property from an object in a pure (immutable) way.
Get a grip on some of the most fundamental programming techniques for traversing data and running optimized algorithms: recursion and memoization.
WebSocket is a powerful protocol, but scaling WebSocket server can be tricky. Learn how to horizontally scale WebSocket.
In this article we will discuss some of the advanced concepts of Node.js. We will discuss event loop works, concurrency, child process and worker threads.
When implementing TypeScript in our projects, we strive to write the best typings we can. We might often feel like using the [crayon-5e3431e4ef124311753611-i/] type defeats the purpose of TypeScript, and rightfully so. There are also some other types worth knowing, and we might find them useful when trying not to use [crayon-5e3431e4ef12d445536661-i/], like the [crayon-5e3431e4ef130118470441-i/]. In this article, we […]
One of the most important aspects of clean code — code that will survive the long haul and thrive in large organizations and teams — is being testable. Testable code is confident code. It can be refactored without regressive behavior. It can be extended without introducing bugs. Testable code is a staple of a healthy application, and when it comes to React apps, testing is often unclear.
A simplified Jira clone built with React/Babel (Client), and Node/TypeScript (API). Auto formatted with Prettier, tested with Cypress. - oldboyxx/jira_clone
After years of native mobile development, we’ve decided to build all of our new mobile apps using React Native. As I’ll explain, that decision doesn’t come lightly.