33 Best Online Web Tools For Web Developers And Programmers

Posted on July 3, 2018 by Dan EnglishbyLeave a Commenton 33 Best Online Web Tools For Web Developers And Programmers There are so many overlooked online tools out there, and in many cases are missed out on. This article’s intention is to aid … Continuar

How to Build a RESTful API with Authentication in 5 minutes — all from your command line (PART 2)

In this tutorial, we will spin around the frontend to our ‘Restaurant-Menu’ app using the very famous ReactJS library and use MongoDB as the database. We will keep it simple by making a GET request to the API we created … Continuar

13 Noteworthy Points from Google’s JavaScript Style Guide

For anyone who isn’t already familiar with it, Google puts out a style guide for writing JavaScript that lays out (what Google believes to be) the best stylistic practices for writing clean, understandable code. These are not hard and fast rules for … Continuar

Functional Programming Principles in Javascript

After a long time learning and working with object-oriented programming, I took a step back to think about system complexity. “Complexity is anything that makes software hard to understand or to modify.“ — John Outerhout Doing some research, I found functional programming … Continuar

Fast, flexible maps for Arcadia Data

Arcadia Data just launched fast, flexible maps for their big data intelligence (BI) platform. Arcadia Data’s new Mapbox integration unlocks granular geospatial visualizations and analysis for global-scale data to support many different use cases such as IoT analytics, climate analysis, disease tracking, … Continuar

Flutter Vision — Flutter + Firebase ML Vision + Firebase Cloud Firestore

I’ve been a fan of code once, release many development platforms like Cordova (and associated app frameworks, like Ionic) as well as Xamarin. I’ve been keeping an eye on Flutter, Google’s entry into the fray. Recently they hit their 1.0 release and I … Continuar

JavaScript — from callbacks to async/await

Thomas Kelley JavaScript is synchronous. This means that it will execute your code block by order after hoisting. Before the code executes, var and functiondeclarations are “hoisted” to the top of their scope. This is an example of a synchronous code: console.log(‘1’) console.log(‘2’) console.log(‘3’) … Continuar

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