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Wednesday, 18 September, 2019 UTC

How to Build Your First Telegram Chatbot with Node.js

How to Build Your First Telegram Chatbot with Node.js

So, this morning you woke up with the idea to develop a way to store and label interesting articles you've read. After playing with the idea, you figure a Telegram chatbot is the most convenient solution for this problem. In this guide, we'll walk you ... more


Wednesday, 18 September, 2019 UTC

What’s New in Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX R3 2019

What’s New in Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX R3 2019

The R3 2019 for Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX is here! Discover more about the new kid on the block, including the RadDrawer control, the latest improvements in accessibility and enhancements to our existing components. New Component: Drawer The RadDrawer ... more


Wednesday, 18 September, 2019 UTC

What’s New in the Kendo UI jQuery Components With R3 2019

What’s New in the Kendo UI jQuery Components With R3 2019

The R3 2019 release of Kendo UI jQuery components is here, bringing four new components, including the new timeline component, and highly-requested features. R3 2019 is already here and with it comes a set of brand new UI components for jQuery, as well ... more


Wednesday, 18 September, 2019 UTC

HackerRank's 2018 student developer report

HackerRank's 2018 student developer report

There are some fascinating results in this study put out by HackerRank where they surveyed 10,351 student developers. One example that shows a growing trend in developer ed: University students today seem to be showing less interest in Stack Overflow ... more


Wednesday, 18 September, 2019 UTC

A Comparison of Static Form Providers

A Comparison of Static Form Providers

Let’s attempt to coin a term here: "Static Form Provider." You bring your HTML <form> , but don’t worry about the back-end processing that makes it work. There are a lot of these services out there! Static Form Providers do all tasks ... more


Wednesday, 18 September, 2019 UTC

Git: Remove a File

Git: Remove a File

As your project changes over time, at some point you'll likely need to remove a file, or an entire directory, from the repository. Since this involves more than changing the contents of a file, Git has a special command to handle removing files, which ... more


Wednesday, 18 September, 2019 UTC

Using CSS Overscroll-Behavior To Prevent Scrolling Of Parent Containers From Within Overflow Containers

Using CSS Overscroll-Behavior To Prevent Scrolling Of Parent Containers From Within Overflow Containers

Ben Nadel demonstrates that the CSS property, overscroll-behavior, can be used to trap the mouse scroll wheel within an overflow container. This can be used to prevent "scroll chaining", creating for a much better user experience (UX) with ... more


Wednesday, 18 September, 2019 UTC

Creating a Simple Server with Next.js

Creating a Simple Server with Next.js

It can take a long time to get a full-stack React and Node.js app off the ground. Fortunately, with the addition of API Routes, Next.js offers a way to do that in just minutes. Next & File System Routing Next.js is a powerful, batteries-included ... more


Wednesday, 18 September, 2019 UTC

AWS EKS Monitoring as a Self-Service with Dynatrace

AWS EKS Monitoring as a Self-Service with Dynatrace

Dynatrace news Kubernetes (k8s) provides basic monitoring through the Kubernetes API and you can find instructions like Top 9 Open Source Tools for Monitoring Kubernetes as a “do it yourself guide”. For EKS – Amazon’s Kubernetes Service – you can get ... more


Wednesday, 18 September, 2019 UTC

Git: Create a New Repository

Git: Create a New Repository

When starting a new project, one of the first things you'll find yourself needing to do is creating a new Git repository. This not only helps you share the project with coworkers, or publicly, but it's also a great way to track updates to a young project ... more


Wednesday, 18 September, 2019 UTC

weatherstack: an Amazing Weather API (Sponsored)

weatherstack: an Amazing Weather API (Sponsored)

One of my first tasks each day is checking the weather; it’s a necessity for knowing what my children and I should wear, if I’m going to need to water the lawn or need to shovel snow, and if I can take meetings out on my patio. It’s also been one of ... more


Tuesday, 17 September, 2019 UTC

PM Best Practices: Creating a culture of experimentation (even at a B2B company!)

PM Best Practices: Creating a culture of experimentation (even at a B2B company!)

Any PM at a B2C company will tell you that being able to run and analyze experiments is a critical skill. A/B tests, for example, are the PM’s bread and butter: by splitting users into groups, assigning variations of a feature to each group and statistically ... more


Tuesday, 17 September, 2019 UTC

How We Design Features for Wrangler, the Cloudflare Workers CLI

How We Design Features for Wrangler, the Cloudflare Workers CLI

The most recent update to Wrangler, version 1.3.1, introduces important new features for developers building Cloudflare Workers — from built-in deployment environments to first class support for Workers KV. Wrangler is Cloudflare’s first officially supported ... more


Tuesday, 17 September, 2019 UTC

Moving Firefox to a faster 4-week release cycle

Moving Firefox to a faster 4-week release cycle

Editor’s Note: Wednesday, 10:40am PT. We’ve updated this post with the following correction: The SeaMonkey Project consumes Firefox releases, not SpiderMonkey, which is Firefox’s JavaScript engine. Thanks to an astute reader for noticing. Overview We ... more


Tuesday, 17 September, 2019 UTC

QCon San Francisco 2019 (Nov 11-15): ML, Stream Processing, Compiled JavaScript, iOS Security & More

QCon San Francisco 2019 (Nov 11-15): ML, Stream Processing, Compiled JavaScript, iOS Security & More

QCon San Francisco is back this November! The conference features 18 curated tracks that contain over 120 speakers. Designed for senior software professionals, QCon provides the latest insight into designing and delivering global-scale architectures, ... more


Tuesday, 17 September, 2019 UTC

Let's Master JavaScript Function Parameters

Let's Master JavaScript Function Parameters

A detailed guide on how to use efficiently function parameters in JavaScript. ... more


Tuesday, 17 September, 2019 UTC

Exploring the OWASP Top 10 By Exploiting Vulnerable Node Applications

Exploring the OWASP Top 10 By Exploiting Vulnerable Node Applications

Security should be one of the key concerns while developing any application. If developers are aware of the security risks beforehand, they can avoid common security mistakes. This article will highlight common security risks, OWASP, and vulnerable applications. ... more


Tuesday, 17 September, 2019 UTC

10 Interesting JavaScript and CSS Libraries for September 2019

10 Interesting JavaScript and CSS Libraries for September 2019

This September's collection is packed with cool JS libraries, an experimental CSS framework, and other awesome tools! Continue reading on Tutorialzine. ... more


Monday, 16 September, 2019 UTC

JSONC is a superset of JSON which supports comments

JSONC is a superset of JSON which supports comments

JSON formatted files are readable to humans but the lack of comments decreases readability. With JSONC, you can use block ( /* */ ) and single line ( // ) comments to describe the functionality. Microsoft VS Code also uses this format in their configuration ... more


Monday, 16 September, 2019 UTC

NGINX Unit 1.10.0 Is Now Available

NGINX Unit 1.10.0 Is Now Available

Summer’s gone, so it’s time to forfeit the halcyon tranquility and get some working attitude on. The NGINX Unit team has recently presented our first two‑digit version, NGINX Unit 1.10.0; let’s page through the recent developments and shed some light ... more


Monday, 16 September, 2019 UTC

Meet the Kendo UI and PWA Experts at jsMobileConf 2019

Meet the Kendo UI and PWA Experts at jsMobileConf 2019

While our summer vacations are winding down , it's important to look at the bright side: the kids are headed back to school! But even more importantly, the fall tech conference season is upon us! If you've been following Progress and Telerik closely ... more


Monday, 16 September, 2019 UTC

Upping The Story-Telling Game With Dialog And The Å-Machine

Upping The Story-Telling Game With Dialog And The Å-Machine

During the decades since Infocom released their interactive story game Zork to world-wide acclaim for microcomputers, the genre of interactive fiction (IF) is still immensely popular, with a surprising number of modern IF works targeting Infocom’s original ... more


Sunday, 15 September, 2019 UTC

Weekly React Digest Issue #217

Weekly React Digest Issue #217

sponsor Learn React Hooks with TylerMcGinnis.com Our original React course launched in 2016 and has since been taken by over 80K students with an avg rating of 4.8/5. Today, we’re excited to launch its successor. Built from the ground up, our new React ... more


Sunday, 15 September, 2019 UTC

192: Ionic and React are Friends

192: Ionic and React are Friends

In 2019, when developers think of Ionic and particularly the Ionic Framework they might think of Angular and Stencil. What about that VDOM thing called React? That’s on the other side of web developers minds...right? Actually…..it’s everywhere and now ... more


Saturday, 14 September, 2019 UTC

Immer, "Most Impactful Contribution" JavaScript Open Source Award Winner, Releases V4

Immer, "Most Impactful Contribution" JavaScript Open Source Award Winner, Releases V4

Alec Larson released a few days ago the fourth major iteration of award winner JavaScript library Immer, patching an important edge case. Immer is a JavaScript package which allows developers to work with immutable state as it were mutable, by implementing ... more


Saturday, 14 September, 2019 UTC

Sequelize ORM found vulnerable to SQL injection

Sequelize ORM found vulnerable to SQL injection

SQL injection is a serious vulnerability, effectively allowing an attacker to run roughshod over your entire database. If you’re using Sequelize, drop everything (pun unintended) and get patched up. As a testament for Sequelize’s commitment to security ... more


Saturday, 14 September, 2019 UTC

Life of Software Engineer

Life of Software Engineer

Javascript Humor 1 of 3 Just One More Just One More Come again Come again Javascript Drinking game Javascript Drinking game The post Life of Software Engineer appeared first on I'm Programmer. ... more


Saturday, 14 September, 2019 UTC

Avoiding the Tragedy of the Commons: Acceptable Use Program for the Public Registry

Avoiding the Tragedy of the Commons: Acceptable Use Program for the Public Registry

The npm public registry, like the JavaScript ecosystem at large, is experiencing exponential growth. The longevity of the registry and its continued availability as a public resource depends on awareness of what constitutes acceptable use by the entire ... more


Friday, 13 September, 2019 UTC

A Deno guide for Node.js developers

A Deno guide for Node.js developers

If you come from Node.js, you might find that a lot of things are very similar in Deno, here we show some features that Deno and Node.js have in common, it would be great for learning purpose. Discuss on Changelog News ... more


Friday, 13 September, 2019 UTC

How to work with top influencers and avoid ad blockers

How to work with top influencers and avoid ad blockers

Julian Shapiro Contributor Share on Twitter Julian Shapiro is the founder of BellCurve.com, a growth marketing agency that trains you to become a marketing professional. He also writes at Julian.com. More posts by this contributor The secret of content ... more