JavaScript

How to Create Your First Node.js Application

When you create applications using Node.js, the source code of that application is contained in one or more files.

Comparing JavaScript Libraries: How to Choose the Right Tool for Your Project

JavaScript, the backbone of web development, offers a plethora of libraries catering to diverse needs.

How to Create Node.js Child Processes with fork Method

In your Node.js application, you probably not only want to run external programs, but more importantly, you want to swap out parts of the application...

The Basic Structure of a React Native Application

In this blog post, we’ll talk about the structure of React applications.

Type Systems for Node.js

The various type systems for JavaScript take different approaches, but all of them serve the goal of defining different data types for an application...

What Is React?

React is a library for implementing web frontends. However, React only covers the view layer—that is, the representation of the user interface.

The Most Important Terms and Concepts of the React World

Development of a React application is sometimes very different from that of traditional web applications.

The Component Lifecycle in React

When you implement components in React, situations can occur in which you have to intervene in the component's lifecycle at different points in time.

How to Install Node.js on Windows, Mac, and Linux Systems

The easiest way to install Node.js on your system is to use existing packages for your system.

The Principle of Ajax in JavaScript

The name Ajax was first coined in 2005 by Jesse James Garrett in his essay "A New Approach to Web Applications." The idea is to use JavaScript for...