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MongoDB: Courses, Trainings, and Other Resources
If you have worked with any real-time application, you must have stumbled across the task of storing data. Traditionally, data storage has been carried out in well-defined rows and tables. But lately, a shift has been observed towards a more…
React Props: The Basics
Have you ever seen the word “props” in React, perhaps passed into a function? Ever wondered what it means? Due to the inherent importance of this object in React applications, it’s important you understand why and how props and state…
React State: The Basics
Have you ever heard of state in the JavaScript library React but don’t know how to use it? State refers to “how each object on a web page appears.” The concept is simple —  it’s a collection of data related…
npm: Courses, Trainings, and Other Resources
npm is a package manager for NodeJS based environments. It is one of the most important tools you need to set up and efficiently manage JavaScript projects. To waste less time on project setup and focus better on the actual…
How to Learn Bootstrap
Picture this: You’re working hard to learn a back-end language like Python, and you’re focusing on frameworks like Flask or Django. You want to showcase your website’s functionality, but you don’t have a lot of time to learn front-end web…
The Best Beginner JavaScript Projects for 2020
One of the best ways to learn JavaScript is through projects. Whether it's getting acquainted with JavaScript fundamentals or spending time learning something more advanced, we always want to continue developing our JavaScript skills. JavaScript projects like quizzes, games, and…
What is JavaScript Used For?
JavaScript is used to develop interactive web applications. JavaScript can power featured like interactive images, carousels, and forms. The language can be used with back-end frameworks like Node.js to power the mechanics behind a web page, such as form processing…
jQuery Methods: removeClass()
What is jQuery removeClass()? The jQuery removeClass() method removes class attributes from a selected element. Removing class attributes can be as global or specific as needed. The class attributes are assigned in the HTML file and styled via CSS. Using…
[object Object]: What does this mean?
[object Object] is a string representation of an object. You may see this text if you use alert() to print an object to the screen, for instance. You can view the contents of an object using console.log(), JSON.stringify(), or a…
Redux: Courses, Training, and Other Resources
If you’ve looked into different frontend frameworks, the phrase "React Redux" has probably come up. What is React/Redux? Are they the same thing? Redux is a JavaScript library for managing an application’s state. It works alongside another JavaScript library, such…
Vue: Courses, Training, and Other Resources
How to Learn Vue After mastering the basics of JavaScript, a new world of frontend development emerges. This world is of the many frontend libraries such as React, Angular, and Vue, among others. These libraries are used to create dynamic…
Learn React Native: Courses, Training, and Other Resources
How to Learn React Native Mobile Development is becoming ever so popular as mobile phones continue to be one of the most popular ways to communicate, shop, and socialize. There were two typical paths to mobile development: Android Development and…
Express.js: Courses, Training, and Other Resources
How to Learn Express.js If you’ve done any work with Node.js, or any server-side programming in general, you’ve probably heard of Express.js. Express.js is used widely by companies like Fox Sports, IBM, and even Uber. We’re here to help you…
jQuery: Courses, Training, and Other Resources
How to Learn jQuery If you’ve done any research on web development, you’ve surely learned that JavaScript is a vitally important part of building functional websites. It does everything from making responsive buttons to handling animation and auto-completing web forms. …
JavaScript: Courses, Training, and Other Resources
How to Learn JavaScript  Many of the web pages with which you interact on a daily basis are powered by JavaScript. The telltale sign that JavaScript is used on a page is if the site has an interactive feature. Consider…
Why Use AngularJS?
Should you learn AngularJS? And what is this technology used to accomplish in web development? These questions and more are addressed in this article. AngularJS is an open sourced frontend web framework used to solve obstacles presented by single-page applications.…
How to Learn Node.js: A Guide to Getting Started
What is Node.js? Node.js is an open-source, cross-platform JavaScript runtime environment used to execute JavaScript outside of the browser. It is a lightweight and easy framework to learn for frontend developers because it incorporates JavaScript into the backend server without…
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…

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