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Bootstrap Tutorial

Twitter Bootstrap is the most popular front end framework in the recent time. It is sleek, intuitive, and powerful mobile first front-end framework for faster and easier web development. It uses HTML, CSS and Javascript. This tutorial will teach you the basics of Bootstrap Framework using which you can create web projects with ease. The tutorial is divided into sections […]

Sorting data of array list in JavaScript

What is sorting? By sorting, we simply mean to arrange items in a particular order. The items may be placed alphabetically, increasingly or decreasingly. The words can be arranged alphabetically whereas numbers can be arranged in increasing or decreasing order. The JavaScript language has a built-in sort() method in arrays to arrange items in alphabetical order. Let us now use this method to arrange […]

Arrays in JavaScript

Arrays The array object allows you to store multiple values in one variable. It stores data in sequence form having same type. JavaScript arrays can store any valid value, including strings, numbers, objects, functions, and even other arrays, thus making it possible to create more complex data structures such as an array of objects or an array of arrays. Creating an array […]

HTML5 Video Player Best Practices

Let’s all be honest:  when it comes to media and the early days of the internet, we definitely did it all wrong.  We started with embedded video players like RealPlayer and Windows Media Player which required custom codecs and browser plugins, then moved on to Flash and Quicktime — all of which made our browsers slow and sometimes even at risk from […]

React Video Player

Streaming entertainment is a massive interest of mine as both a consumer and web developer.  My love for streaming entertainment dates back to the early days of RealPlayer and the misery of a million codecs.  Fast forward to today and I’m working a lot with ReactJS, as well as the dozens of streaming technologies like YouTube, Twitch, Facebook, and so […]

Bootstrap 5 Beta 2

Our second beta has arrived for Bootstrap 5! We delayed its release to iron out some issues with third-party libraries and stabilize our major changes. We’ve also once again shipped some awesome updates to our documentation. Next up is our final beta, which we may even promote to a stable release depending on how development proceeds. Stay tuned for that! […]

jQuery 3.5.1 Released: Fixing a Regression

A short time ago in a galaxy exactly like this one, we released jQuery 3.5.0. We have a quick fix for a regression in that release. Specifically, we had changed our internal data object to use Object.create( null ) instead of a plain object ({}). We did that to prevent collisions with keys on Object.prototype properties. However, this also meant that users (especially plugins) […]

Vue 3 – A roundup of infos about the new version of Vue.js

The Vue 3 core has officially been released as of 18 September 2020 – here’s the official release announcement! This means that the core is now stable. It remains on the @next distribution tag for a bit longer. All of the official libraries do already support Vue 3 as well. The migration build and IE11 support will follow soon as well. The Vue 3 […]

Why ReactJS is taking over Frontend Development

History of JavaScript  Today, we see JavaScript used pretty much everywhere. For the seventh year in a row, we see it ranking as the most popular and widely used programming language, a good 67.8% of developers having used it in 2019.  JavaScript is used to build 95.2% (1.52 billion) websites today, including Facebook and YouTube and some of the most popular […]

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