JavaScript

Using Horizon/RethinkDB with React

Horizon is an open source Backend as a Service (BaaS) that allows developers to easily build data-driven web and mobile applications. Horizon, which is built on RethinkDB and by the [...]

Use JavaScript to Export Your Data as CSV

This article was originally published on the halistechnology.com and written by Chris Grimes. Do you know what annoys me? When I have my data in a web application and I [...]

ES6 One Liners to Show Off

This is a guest post by Hemanth H.M and was originally published on H3manth.com. Here is a collection of ES6 one liners to show off! […]

A Primer on JavaScript Promises

In JavaScript, a promise is simply a placeholder for a future value. It’s a piece of code that promises to return a value at some point in time. The beauty [...]

A Primer on ES2017 Async and Await

As the year 2016 draws to a close, attention is now turning to what will emerge from 2017, with Javascript as much as anything. The language is undergoing a massive [...]

Basics to Reading/Writing Cookies with JavaScript

Cookies are relatively small text files that a web browser embeds on a user’s computer. Cookies allow otherwise stateless HTTP communications to emulate state (i.e., memory). Cookies are being replaced [...]

Custom HTML Elements with Vue.JS

Creating customized, repeatable HTML elements cuts down on the amount of code you have to write. It also adds organization and readability to your codebase. So how does one create [...]

How to transition from npm to Yarn

https://yarnpkg.com/ is the hottest new package manager for Javascript. The switch from npm to Yarn is a straightforward process. It was built by engineers at Facebook, Google and a few [...]

When to use ES5 Var vs. ES6 Let

There is an important distinction to be made between let and var. Both of these statements allow the developer to declare a variable. Let was introduced in Javascript ES6. Before [...]

Using JavaScript ASync Functions

Async stands for asynchronous and it is (aptly) the opposite of synchronous programming. To get a better grasp on Async functions, you need to first fully understand synchronous code. Simply [...]