AngularJS, Front End Development, MEAN

Enhancing JavaScript Coding with AI: Using Visual Studio Code

In the rapidly evolving software development landscape, technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI) are revolutionizing traditional workflows, making them more efficient and productive. For JavaScript programmers, integrating AI tools into their preferred development environment, such as Visual Studio Code (VS Code), can significantly enhance the coding experience. In this blog post, we’ll explore how JavaScript developers […]

April 28, 2024

AngularJS, MEAN, Node.js

Is Currying in JavaScript, A Chain of Functions?

In this article, we are going to discuss “Is Currying in JavaScript a Chain of Functions?“. Here, we will see how currying works like a chain of functions and how it will be useful for developers. We will also see the conversion of an existing function into the current version. Let’s start our topic, i.e., […]

April 18, 2024

Front End Development, MEAN, Node.js

Creating Polyfills for map, filter, and reduce Array Methods

In this blog post, we embark on a journey to explore the inner workings of these fundamental array methods and learn how to craft polyfills for them. So, let’s roll up our sleeves and dive into the world of JavaScript polyfills, unlocking the true potential of our favorite programming language. Pollyfill for syntax: […]

March 27, 2024

Front End Development, MEAN, Node.js

Running in Parallel: Exploring Parallel Promise Execution with Promise Methods

When we have multiple promises, and we have to execute them parallelly, then we have plenty of promise methods to achieve that based on the requirement. Let’s explore those methods of Promises:: Promise.all() Promise.allSettled() Promise.race() Promise.any() Promise.all() The Promise.all() static method takes an iterable(array) of promises as input and returns a single Promise. If all the […]

March 23, 2024

Front End Development, MEAN, Node.js

Unraveling JavaScript Promises: A Solution to Callback Hell

Before the widespread adoption of promises, callback hell was a common issue in JavaScript.  Callback hell refers to the situation where multiple nested callbacks are used to handle asynchronous operations, leading to code that is difficult to read, understand, and maintain.In callback hell, asynchronous functions would often be nested within each other, resulting in a […]

March 20, 2024

Application Security, MEAN, Node.js

Implementing Role based Access Control in NestJS

NestJS is a progressive Node.js framework for building efficient, reliable, and scalable server-side applications. A prerequisite for this article is a basic understanding of NestJS. If you have worked on Node.js web applications and want to implement applications using object-based programming, such as Java, NestJS is good to go. The learning curve is also not […]

March 11, 2024

AngularJS, MEAN, Node.js

Node Version Using .nvmrc

Introduction When we are working with multiple Node.js and React.js projects, managing different Node versions will be very challenging. There is a tool that is simple and powerful that saves us from version-related problems which is the .nvmrc file. This tool ensures that every React.js and node.js project uses the right node version. Here we […]

March 6, 2024

AngularJS, MEAN

Concept of Angular FormArray

In the world of web development, creating forms is a common task. Forms allow users to interact with a website by inputting data, submitting requests, and more. Angular, a popular JavaScript framework, provides a robust solution for building dynamic forms with the FormArray feature. FormArray allows developers to handle dynamic form controls seamlessly, catering to scenarios […]

February 28, 2024

MEAN, Node.js, Technology

Headless Browser Heaven: A Deep Dive into Puppeteer and its Possibilities

A headless browser refers to a web browser that functions without a graphical user interface (GUI), making it suitable for activities like web scraping, automated testing, and other web-related tasks which you can automate. Headless browsers are typically used for tasks such as web scraping, automated testing, and other web-related activities requiring little or no […]

February 23, 2024