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Interesting use cases for JavaScript bitwise operators

We don’t often see bitwise operators in JavaScript, but they have some cool use cases.
Glad Chinda
14 min read

JS Promises: race vs all vs allSettled

Now that promises are a native construct, there is no excuse to ignore them anymore.
Fernando Doglio
7 min read

How to reduce Docker Image sizes using multi-stage builds

In this article, we will look at what Docker is, why we need to reduce the size of images, and how can we do...
Ankit Jain
4 min read

How to use subjects to multicast observers in RxJS

Learn how to multicast values to observers using subjects in RxJS.
Nwose Lotanna
4 min read

New in Chrome 76: The frosted glass effect with…

In this post, we will be looking at the backdrop-filter. One of the many improvements in Chrome's new release.
Facundo Corradini
2 min read

Beyond cookies: Today’s options for client-side data storage

Are cookies dead? Despite all the new options for client-side data storage, they're not done just yet.
Adam Giese
6 min read

Creating a full-stack MERN app using JWT authentication: Part…

In part one of our tutorial, learn how to generate, decode, and validate JWT on our server.
Praveen Kumar
6 min read

Alternatives to React Storybook

Documentation is important even for UI components as it helps create an environment where developers can collaborate easily and build applications faster.
Austin Roy Omondi
3 min read

React Native vs. Ionic: Which one is right for…

Trying to decide between Ionic and React Native? This guide can help you decide which framework is right for you.
Adhithi Ravichandran
7 min read

How React Storybook can simplify component testing

In this post, we will find out how Storybook can help us create UI components and improve our component testing.
Raphael Ugwu
5 min read

Exploring urql from an Apollo perspective

Get acquainted with urql, a lightweight, extensible GraphQL client for React.
Peter Nycander
7 min read

ES modules in Node.js 12, from experimental to release

Node 12 moves us one step closer to full support for ES modules.
Brian De Sousa
5 min read