May 19, 2020 — There might be cases where you would like to check if the device on which the website is loading is connected to the internet or not. For instance, this can be used to show the user the message if their device is offline or to disable some functionality of the application if the device is offline.
May 18, 2020 — You’ve probably seen or have used this feature where you can upload files by dropping the selected files into the specific area. For example, how Gmail handles this while drafting emails.
May 15, 2020 — This is a high-level comparison between Node.js and Deno. This article will get updated regularly as Deno is still in its early days, so we might see some differentiating factors in the coming years. But for now, this is how both, Node.js and Deno, stand to each other.
May 14, 2020 — Admit it. Remembering a lot of terminal commands can be overwhelming and often tiring. What if I tell you there’s a pretty handy way of searching through all of your previous commands using a few keystrokes? Follow along.
May 14, 2020 — Deno, the successor of Node.js, is now stable with it’s v1.0 release.
May 13, 2020 — Vue.js has this handy feature where you can set the
inline-template special attribute on the component and now the component can use its inner content as its template, rather than treating it as distributed content.
May 11, 2020 — Implementing a Dark mode in applications is all the rage these days. And you can provide a toggle to switch between Dark/Light mode to users like the one I’ve implemented on my Notepad app.
May 8, 2020 — If you’ve worked with modern frameworks such as Laravel, you might have seen this keyword
::class be used extensively throughout the application.
May 7, 2020 — Lately, if you’ve been working on some functionality and you want to extract it as a Laravel package, you’d like to first test it locally. And if everything is well and good, you’d then publish it to the packagist.org.
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