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Saturday, 10 April, 2021 UTC

NativeScript 8 Released With Apple M1, Webpack 5, And Dynamic View Support

The recently released NativeScript 8 features official Apple M1 support, and webpack 5 builds. NativeScript 8 supports a new layout container for creative view development and two new styling properties: box-shadow and text-shadow. By Bruno Couriol ... more


Thursday, 8 April, 2021 UTC

Working with Datetime in Python with Arrow

Introduction Arrow is a Python module for working with date and time. Given that there are several modules that do this, most notably the built-in datetime module, what makes Arrow different? Most notably, the library is inspired by Moment.js, a JavaScript ... more


Thursday, 8 April, 2021 UTC

Generating PDF in React: As Easy As 1-2-3

Can generating a PDF file in a React app actually be simple? With KendoReact, YES! A popular question that I see pop up in React communities is how to export HTML, or parts of your React application, to PDF. Normally this can be a bit cumbersome, but ... more


Thursday, 8 April, 2021 UTC

Grant Video Access Tokens with Your Express + TypeScript Video API

So you've built a video API with Twilio Programmable Video, Node.js, TypeScript, and Express. You've added CORS support so that your future video app will be able to access resources on your server. What's next? In order for users to actually be able ... more


Thursday, 8 April, 2021 UTC

Quick Tip: How to Loop Through a JSON Response in JavaScript

When fetching data from a remote server, the server’s response will often be in JSON format. In this quick tip, I’ll demonstrate how you can use JavaScript to parse the server’s response, so as to access the data you require. This process will typically ... more


Thursday, 8 April, 2021 UTC

Detect CSS Overflow Elements

Every once in a while you encounter a CSS annoyance that takes some cleverness to discover. One such case rears its ugly head in unwanted and unexpected scrollbars. When I see unwanted scrollbars, I usually open developer tools, click the element inspector, ... more


Thursday, 8 April, 2021 UTC

Echo JS

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Wednesday, 7 April, 2021 UTC

How to Split a String in JavaScript

Introduction JavaScript has a lot of useful built-in methods for string manipulation, one of these method is the split() method. In this article we'll be taking a closer look at the split() method and how we can use it in conjunction with regular expressions ... more


Wednesday, 7 April, 2021 UTC

10 Years after Inception, WebRTC Becomes an Official Web Standard

Web Real-Time Communications (WebRTC) recently became a web standard. This is a major milestone on a long journey for WebRTC that started in 2011 with Google open-sourcing key necessary technologies. The new standard will continue to evolve as the WebRTC ... more


Wednesday, 7 April, 2021 UTC

How I learned to stop worrying and use the PSTN

VoIP-in' Around Voice-over-IP can be great, especially in places like call centers or offices with a managed network featuring properly applied quality of service, hefty bandwidth, and symmetric uplink/downlink allocations. In spots like these the improvement ... more


Wednesday, 7 April, 2021 UTC

Add CORS Support to Your Express + TypeScript API

Imagine you've just built a great API using Node.js, Express, and TypeScript. You've also built a client-side web app and are ready to fire it up in your browser, get it talking to your server, and hopefully share it with the world. You open up a browser ... more


Wednesday, 7 April, 2021 UTC

Bridging Legacy and Future Platforms

Twilio’s sustained growth over the last decade has led to several architectural iterations of the Twilio Console. With each iteration, comes changes to handle the biggest problems of the time. The next generation of the Twilio Console is no exception! ... more


Wednesday, 7 April, 2021 UTC

Flaky Tests: Getting Rid Of A Living Nightmare In Testing

There is a fable that I think about a lot these days. The fable was told to me as a child. It’s called “The Boy Who Cried Wolf” by Aesop. It is about a boy who tends the sheep of his village. He gets bored and pretends that a wolf is attacking the flock, ... more


Wednesday, 7 April, 2021 UTC

TypeScript 4.3 supports type specification for properties

TypeScript 4.3, a planned upgrade to Microsoft’s typed superset of JavaScript, allows developers to specify types for reading and writing to properties. This type specification enhancement addresses a situation in which modeling APIs that convert values ... more


Wednesday, 7 April, 2021 UTC

The Healing Power of Javascript

For some of us—isolates, happy in the dark—code is therapy, an escape and a path to hope in a troubled world. ... more


Tuesday, 6 April, 2021 UTC

Node v15.14.0 (Current)

Notable Changes Vulnerabilties Fixed: CVE-2021-3450 : OpenSSL - CA certificate check bypass with X509_V_FLAG_X509_STRICT (High) This is a vulnerability in OpenSSL which may be exploited through Node.js. You can read more about it in https://www.openssl.org/news/secadv/20210325.txt ... more


Tuesday, 6 April, 2021 UTC

What is Azure Functions?

Dynatrace news What is Azure Functions? Similar to AWS Lambda, Azure Functions is a serverless compute service by Microsoft that can run code in response to predetermined events or conditions (triggers), such as an order arriving on an IoT system, or ... more


Tuesday, 6 April, 2021 UTC

JavaScript: Check if String Starts with Substring

Introduction In this tutorial, we'll take a look at how to check if a string starts with a substring in JavaScript . This is easily achieved either through the startsWith() method, or regular expressions . Check if String Starts with Another String with ... more


Tuesday, 6 April, 2021 UTC

Node v12.22.1 (LTS)

Notable Changes Vulnerabilities fixed: CVE-2021-3450 : OpenSSL - CA certificate check bypass with X509_V_FLAG_X509_STRICT (High) This is a vulnerability in OpenSSL which may be exploited through Node.js. You can read more about it in https://www.openssl.org/news/secadv/20210325.txt ... more


Tuesday, 6 April, 2021 UTC

Node v10.24.1 (LTS)

Notable Changes Vulerabilties fixed: CVE-2021-3450 : OpenSSL - CA certificate check bypass with X509_V_FLAG_X509_STRICT (High) This is a vulnerability in OpenSSL which may be exploited through Node.js. You can read more about it in https://www.openssl.org/news/secadv/20210325.txt ... more


Tuesday, 6 April, 2021 UTC

Node v14.16.1 (LTS)

Notable Changes Vulnerabilities fixed: CVE-2021-3450 : OpenSSL - CA certificate check bypass with X509_V_FLAG_X509_STRICT (High) This is a vulnerability in OpenSSL which may be exploited through Node.js. You can read more about it in https://www.openssl.org/news/secadv/20210325.txt ... more


Tuesday, 6 April, 2021 UTC

Don’t Lose Your Head: Evaluating Headless

With many options comes many decisions, and it is easy to drown in all the many and various stated benefits of the different systems. So how do you approach evaluating these options? Two weeks ago, Aaron Hans shed light on the use cases of going headless ... more


Tuesday, 6 April, 2021 UTC

Esri brings its flagship ArcGIS platform to Kubernetes

Esri, the geographic information system (GIS), mapping and spatial analytics company, is hosting its (virtual) developer summit today. Unsurprisingly, it is making a couple of major announcements at the event that range from a new design system and improved ... more


Tuesday, 6 April, 2021 UTC

Okta launches a new free developer plan

At its Octane21 conference, Okta, the popular authentication and identity platform, today announced a new — and free — developer edition that features fewer limitations and support for significantly more monthly active users than its current free plan. ... more


Tuesday, 6 April, 2021 UTC

Angular Basics: Using the Router in Angular 12 to Navigate Views

Single-page apps (SPAs) allow multiple views on the same web page, and Angular Router helps you navigate those and decide what to do about the URL for each view. Building single-page applications (SPAs) is fun, especially when you're getting started in ... more


Monday, 5 April, 2021 UTC

Best Practices in Software Development: An Inside Look at What Guides Progress—Part 1

Let’s take a look at the best practices that Progress employs throughout engineering, product management and support: What guides our work, why are these processes important to us and how can you learn from our own internal best practices. Hi! I’m Mandy ... more


Monday, 5 April, 2021 UTC

Brendan Eich Talks About JavaScript & More

In a recent Lex Fridman podcast, Brendan Eich, the creator 25 years ago of JavaScript and currently of the Brave browser, provided his views on early programming languages, outlined how JavaScript came to be, problems faxed by Firefox and explains how ... more


Monday, 5 April, 2021 UTC

Vanilla JavaScript Code Snippets

Every now and again we have to deal with legacy code, wading through dark and eerie sides of the code base, often with a vague, ambiguous and unsettling documentation — if any is provided at all. In such cases, refactoring the component seems inevitable. ... more