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Wednesday, 13 February, 2019 UTC

ECMAScript 2019: The features are fixed!

ECMAScript 2019: The features are fixed!

The new features for ECMAScript 2019 have been fixed. Although the new JavaScript standard will not be released until the summer, it is already clear which 8 new features the version will standardize and which feature will receive an update. Nine new ... more


Wednesday, 6 February, 2019 UTC

React.js: 14 Tools & Web Programming Resources

React.js: 14 Tools & Web Programming Resources

From the first time Facebook was released in 2013, React.js has been growing strongly. This is the fifth most introduced open source project on Github. React is a neat JavaScript framework for building user interfaces – most notable examples are Facebook ... more


Monday, 4 February, 2019 UTC

30 Most Common Acronyms In The Web Industry

30 Most Common Acronyms In The Web Industry

The web technology industry is increasingly appearing many acronyms that are used every day, partly creating difficulties, not only for newcomers, but also for those who are self-learning “art”. This is quite complicated. Most people are familiar with ... more


Thursday, 31 January, 2019 UTC

Laravel: 12 tips to optimize performance

Laravel: 12 tips to optimize performance

Since appearing in 2011, Laravel has become a very popular option to develop business-focused applications including information management systems (often referred to as business information management systems). and e-commerce platform. An important ... more


Tuesday, 29 January, 2019 UTC

The 20 most popular open-source JavaScript projects on Github 2018

The 20 most popular open-source JavaScript projects on Github 2018

Here is a list of most popular open-source JavaScript projects on Github 2018. Here you’ll find open source codebase and the most popular JS utility library 1. VuePress VuePress is a minimalist static site creator with Vue-powered theming, and a default ... more


Friday, 25 January, 2019 UTC

Top 7 Node.js Frameworks for Developers

Top 7 Node.js Frameworks for Developers

Node.js is open source JavaScript runtime built on Chrome’s V8 JavaScript engine platform. Node.js strength lies in building realtime running applications on the web platform. This is one of the most popular technologies in the recent back-end developer ... more


Thursday, 24 January, 2019 UTC

Angular 8: The 2nd beta is here and available for download

Angular 8: The 2nd beta is here and available for download

Three features, two bug fixes and a withdrawn change: With 8.0.0-beta.1 the second beta for Angular 8 is available for download. The release cycle of Angular provides for a new major release every six months. That works better, but sometimes not so good. ... more


Saturday, 12 January, 2019 UTC

Create a simple REST API with PHP and Slim Framework

Create a simple REST API with PHP and Slim Framework

The trend towards native apps and webapps based mainly on JavaScript has led to more and more REST APIs being developed. For our upcoming project “Herculess”, which is being developed as a native app as well as a JavaScript MVC framework based webapp, ... more


Thursday, 10 January, 2019 UTC

30 Websites should monitor if you are a web developer

30 Websites should monitor if you are a web developer

I have set a goal for myself to learn at least one useful thing every day, so I became quite sharp and proficient in the field of web design and development. And after a while of searching and researching, I would like to list here a list of some of ... more


Tuesday, 8 January, 2019 UTC

Web Application with Python, Flask Framework, Angular 2

Web Application with Python, Flask Framework, Angular 2

Ending the article series on the topic of Build web application with NodeJS + Express FrameWork + AngularJS, today I would like to deploy a new topic which is Build web application with Python + Flask Framework + Angular2 + DynamoDB. Perhaps because ... more


Tuesday, 8 January, 2019 UTC

Front end Optimization – 9 tips to improve Performance

Front end Optimization – 9 tips to improve Performance

In today’s digital world, there are millions of reasons to access the web every day. However, not all websites are easy to use and load quickly. Websites that have not been optimized often encounter problems such as slow load times, not mobile friendly ... more


Tuesday, 8 January, 2019 UTC

Pixi.js: Programming games with JavaScript

Pixi.js: Programming games with JavaScript

In this article, I will show you pixi.js, a super fast rending tool, also a swiss-army-knife tool with a friendly API. What is it? Pixi.js is a display tool that allows you to use the power of WebGL and canvas to render the content you want on the screen ... more


Monday, 7 January, 2019 UTC

News.JS: Build Carousels with Glider.js and Visualize Tensors

News.JS: Build Carousels with Glider.js and Visualize Tensors

Movement is the big topic of our News.JS this week: With Glider.js content slips elegantly across the screen, with TensorSpace.js tensors can be observed in 3D and with movement at work. It’s also about simple JavaScript – in 30 seconds or on the CLI. ... more


Saturday, 5 January, 2019 UTC

Kalimdor.js: Machine Learning with TypeScript

Kalimdor.js: Machine Learning with TypeScript

Kalimdor.js introduced a new Machine Learning library that works with TypeScript and runs in the browser. How is Kalimdor.js different from other solutions? Machine learning in the browser based on TypeScript and Node.js – this is possible with Kalimdor.js. ... more


Saturday, 5 January, 2019 UTC

Walt: JavaScript syntax adapted for WebAssembly

Walt: JavaScript syntax adapted for WebAssembly

WebAssembly is currently an important topic on the Web. Walt now provides an alternative syntax for the WebAssembly text format that is equivalent to JavaScript. This should make WebAssembly more accessible. JavaScript with rules, Walt’s GitHub page ... more


Tuesday, 1 January, 2019 UTC

TensorFlow.js: Machine learning in the browser

TensorFlow.js: Machine learning in the browser

When you talk about Machine Learning and Google’s TensorFlow, most people think of Python and specialized hardware rather than JavaScript and any browser. This article explains what TensorFlow.js can do and why it makes sense to run machine learning ... more


Monday, 31 December, 2018 UTC

Javascript 2019: Are we at the beginning of a new era?

Javascript 2019: Are we at the beginning of a new era?

We are almost at 2019, Javascript is becoming more and more a universal programming language. It has long been used for much more than just the Web. Are we at the beginning of a Javascript era? Javascript was originally developed for the web browser. ... more


Saturday, 29 December, 2018 UTC

Programming Languages 2019: You Should Learn

Programming Languages 2019: You Should Learn

Programming Languages 2019: Java, C or JavaScript are usually the right choice for beginners. But are they still forward-looking? These are the players of tomorrow, you really should learn in 2019. New programming languages are becoming increasingly ... more


Friday, 28 December, 2018 UTC

ES6 – ECMAScript 6: Classes and Inheritance

ES6 – ECMAScript 6: Classes and Inheritance

ES6: Hereby I would like to invite you to a series of articles about ECMAScript 6. With which I not only share my enthusiasm. But above all explain how to best use ES6. I hope you enjoy reading at least as much as I did writing. For my background. I ... more


Wednesday, 26 December, 2018 UTC

Vue.js: Vue CLI 3 released: Modular plugin system

Vue.js: Vue CLI 3 released: Modular plugin system

The Vue CLI 3.0 is here and brings many new features and changes for users of Vue.js. The CLI has been completely rewritten, now builds on Webpack 4 and brings a modular plugin system. What’s new? 16 Beta Versions and 12 Release Candidates: Now the Vue ... more


Monday, 24 December, 2018 UTC

Customize Angular Applications: How to integrate custom modifications maintainably

Customize Angular Applications: How to integrate custom modifications maintainably

In the column “The Angular Adventures”, Manfred Steyer plunges into the midst of the dynamic world of web development. Tips and tricks for Angular developers are just as much a topic as current developments in the JavaScript ecosystem. Products are usually ... more


Sunday, 23 December, 2018 UTC

Vue.js Intro – The Progressive JavaScript Framework

Vue.js Intro – The Progressive JavaScript Framework

Another JavaScript framework? Yes? Do not worry, Vue.js is different. The lean library serves all niches that were previously ignored by framework developers, and thanks to the incrementally usable additional libraries from the environment also all other ... more


Saturday, 22 December, 2018 UTC

JavaScript Electron 4.0: base update and IPC security

JavaScript Electron 4.0: base update and IPC security

The current version 4.0 of the Javascript Framework Electron brings updates for its fundamentals Chromium, V8 and Nodejs. In addition, the remote interprocess communication module can be disabled for security reasons. With the widespread Javascript framework ... more


Friday, 21 December, 2018 UTC

JavaScript 7.2: V8 promises more power for WebAssembly

JavaScript 7.2: V8 promises more power for WebAssembly

Version 7.2 of the JavaScript engine V8, initially available as Beta, brings performance improvements when parsing JavaScript. In preparation for the next stable release Chrome 72 also appears a new version of Google’s open source engine V8. JavaScript ... more


Wednesday, 19 December, 2018 UTC

Programming language: Clojure 1.10 released

Programming language: Clojure 1.10 released

The new functional language release focuses on improved bug reporting and changed compatibility with Java. Version 1.10 of the 2007 Lisp dialect Clojure is now available for download. The new release of the programming language follows Clojure 1.9, released ... more


Saturday, 15 December, 2018 UTC

Salesforce Lightning: JavaScript Web Components

Salesforce Lightning: JavaScript Web Components

Salesforce.com has announced ways in which JavaScript developers can create so-called Lightning Web Components. Lightning itself is the Salesforce framework that enables applications to be developed for the company’s CRM platform. Web Components include ... more


Friday, 14 December, 2018 UTC

JavaScript framework: Ember 3.6 provides native classes

JavaScript framework: Ember 3.6 provides native classes

Although the Native Classes are now part of Ember, there are still a few important building blocks to get a recommendation from the Ember team. Version 3.6 of the web framework Ember has been released. At the same time begins – as usual in the project ... more


Wednesday, 12 December, 2018 UTC

Efficient development of web user interfaces for business applications

Efficient development of web user interfaces for business applications

© Chinnapong / Fotolia.com Native surfaces are Legacy! Web interfaces are now also expected in application areas that involve the internal use of a system: clerks, workers, power users. The benefits for the user are obvious: no installation effort, basic ... more


Tuesday, 11 December, 2018 UTC

Javascript Frameworks: New design freedom with Vue

Javascript Frameworks: New design freedom with Vue

Among other Javascript Frameworks Vue.js is one of the most popular Javascript libraries for developing larger single-page applications. It offers developers special freedom in the design of the display logic. An introduction. If you want to implement ... more


Saturday, 8 December, 2018 UTC

On the way to Angular 8: Breaking Change in Beta 2 for Angular 7.2

On the way to Angular 8: Breaking Change in Beta 2 for Angular 7.2

Angular 7.1 is here, Ivy is not and yet it’s already on with Angular 7.2 on: The second beta has some features for Bazel delivered, including the official Angular Schmematics for Bazel. However, there is also a breaking change in the release. The release ... more