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[object Object]: What does this mean?

When developing using JavaScript, many of us have encountered the output: [object Object]. When I saw this the first time, I went to my mentor at the time and asked: “What does this even mean?”. I was confused.  This article…

Let vs Var vs Const: What’s the Difference?

New features have been added to the JavaScript language with the release of ECMAScript6 (ES6). One such feature affects how we declare variables. With the addition of let and const, came all sorts of questions about when to use each…

JavaScript SyntaxError

Syntax are rules that dictate how programming languages should be written. Each language has its own set of syntax rules different from others. We can think of them like grammar or punctuation in spoken languages. The question mark in English…

JavaScript ReferenceError

In JavaScript, a reference error is thrown when a code attempts to reference a non-existing variable. In this article, we will dive into the most common types of reference error triggers and how to fix them. Common Reference Errors According…

querySelector vs. getElementById: A Comparison

Both the querySelector and getElementById methods let you retrieve an element from the JavaScript Document Object Model (DOM). However, each method has its own use cases. In this guide, we break down the most common use case of both querySelector…

The MEAN and MERN Stack

Often when we are developing web applications we divide our app in different layers. In this article we’ll talk about what the MEAN/MEARN stack is in the context of full-stack development. What is Full-Stack Web Development In the most basic…

JavaScript Vs Python: The Major Differences

The major differences between Python vs JavaScript relate to how people use them. Python has many applications, including data science and the back end of web applications. On the other hand, developers use JavaScript primarily for the front end of…

How Hard Is It to Learn JavaScript?

JavaScript is one of the most important programming languages for modern web development, after HTML and CSS. Along with PHP, it’s among the suite of languages that makes web pages dynamic and responsive.  If we only had HTML and CSS,…

Is JavaScript Front End or Back End?

JavaScript is everywhere. As one of the foundational web development languages (along with HTML and CSS), it helps power a large fraction of the websites on the Internet. And since it’s partly responsible for adding the functionality we’ve come to…

JavaScript Coding Challenges for JS Junkies

Being a JavaScript coder is a little like being a gunslinger: there’s always going to be someone younger or faster coming for you. That’s why you’ve got to keep your senses sharp and your mind open. You have to keep…

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