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Typescript vs Javascript: Should You Make the Switch?

Today, 98% of the websites are dependent on JavaScript for their client-side programming. JavaScript is an exceptionally curated scripting language capable of creating dynamically updating content, developing games and making workable web applications. These are some of the basic features that make JavaScript an ever-popular option for developers. JavaScript was at its helm when the same developers who created JavaScript, designed another scripting language called TypeScript.

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Electron.js Alternatives For Cross-Platform Development

With the rise of the wide spectrum of web and mobile platforms catering to only one has become a restrictive compromise for online business owners. As this only allows them to reach out to a limited spectrum of target users with their products and services. This can constrain businesses in terms of their growth and accessibility. One of the best ways to solve this is to adapt cross-platform programming methods.

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Choosing the Right JavaScript Color Generator

The world would be a dull place without color, wouldn't it? It is often necessary to refer to specific colors when discussing many different topics. In terms of clothing, food, or the weather, it would be more appropriate. For say, ‘What a beautiful blue sea!’ A color input element is created by simply setting the type attribute to color. It's easy to add, and you can bind event listeners to make any changes to the webpage relying on the selected color.

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How to Handle Async Code in JavaScript

The easiest way to understand asynchronous code is to realize that the code does not execute sequentially. This can be difficult to comprehend in JavaScript, especially if you come from a programming language that's synchronous or sequential by default, like PHP. In this post, you will learn how to write async (also known as 'non-sequential') code in JavaScript efficiently. You'll learn the basics of using callbacks, promises, and the modern async/await style. Let's get started!