User Interface (UI)

How to Implement Styling in Next.js

Reading Time: 5 minutes Styling is the most important aspect when you are developing any application. You might have the best functioning application but if your UI is not that great it is difficult to maintain active users. Styling is essential to build any web application. So, In this blog, we will be discussing how we can implement styling in Next.js and will see how we can implement global Continue Reading

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Serverless API with AWS Lambda, AWS API Gateway, and DynamoDB

Reading Time: 5 minutes Since we are using AWS cloud services, make sure you have an account for the AWS Console. Let’s start with some basic concepts of serverless computing and then will build serverless API. Introduction “Serverless computing is a method of providing backend services on an as-used basis”, i.e developers do not need to worry about writing the code for the server, creating the server, maintaining the Continue Reading

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A Quick Introduction to Micro frontend

Reading Time: 3 minutes Introduction Hey readers. We are creating many web applications with so many features and new technologies emerging. Another term that has caught the attention of many developers is the micro front end. The term micro frontend first came up in 2016. It basically extends the concept of microservices to the front end where different front-end applications can be integrated to create one single application as Continue Reading

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Understanding Unicast and Multicast Observable

Reading Time: 2 minutes Introduction Hello readers. In this blog, we will be understanding the difference between unicast and multicast observables. Before getting started, let us understand what is observable. An observable is a function that can convert an ordinary stream of data into an observable stream of data i.e it can deliver multiple values of any type. Observables are considered declarative which means they will not execute until Continue Reading

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Deep-down to Directives in Angular

Reading Time: 3 minutes What are Angular Directives? Directives are the instructions in DOM which give the way how to place your components and business Logic in Angular. Angular Directives start with @Directive and have the prefix ng-. Let’s discuss the types of directives. There are basically four types of directives as discussed below: 1. Component Directives Component Directives describe the detail of the component about their instantiation and Continue Reading

How to implement Routing in Next.js

Reading Time: 4 minutes Introduction Next.js is a react framework that comes with all the features that you need for production. It uses a file-based routing system that enables routing in your application. When a file is added to the pages folder in a project, it automatically becomes available as a route. In this blog, we will be looking at how routing works in next.js, nested routes, dynamic routes, Continue Reading

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Web Accessibility in React

Reading Time: 3 minutes What is Web Accessibility? Web Accessibility, also known as A11y ( Cause there are 11 letters between “a” and “y” ), is the idea that a website should be usable by people irrespective of their physical disability or internet bandwidth speed, or socio-economic shortcoming. So making our compatibility with keyboard support and screen readers makes it possible for users with visual or motor disabilities to Continue Reading

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What is Memory leakage and how to prevent it in Angular

Reading Time: 2 minutes Introduction Hello readers. Today we are going to learn a very important concept in Angular which is Memory leakage. So, let’s get started What is Memory Leakage? A memory leak is a resource leak caused by improper management of memory. In other words, some part of your memory is still in use by a resource that is not required anymore. This is one of the Continue Reading

How to Get started with Next.Js

Reading Time: 5 minutes In this Blog, we will be discussing what and why of Next.Js along with the creation of a Next.Js app. We will also be learning the usage of different files and folders that create-next-app provides us at the time of app creation. So, stick to this blog to gain a conceptual understanding of Next.Js. What is Next js? According to the Documentation, Next Js is Continue Reading

The Ultimate Inventory of Http Response Status

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hi folks, Hope you are doing well.I am very happy to see you here again. So let’s dive into the ultimate inventory of the Http response status codes. Many times during the development we ignore the HTTP response while working with the APIs requests but all these response codes are really important to control the flow, logic, and mechanism.  Introduction When a developer raises a Continue Reading

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D3.js Bar Chart: Build Interactive JavaScript Charts and Graphs

Reading Time: 7 minutes Recently, we had the pleasure to participate in a machine-learning project that involved libraries like React and D3.js. Among many tasks, I developed a few d3 bar charts and line charts that helped to process the result of ML models like Naive Bayes. In this article, I would like to present my progress with D3.js so far and show the basic usage of this javascript Continue Reading

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Introduction to D3 with Angular

Reading Time: 3 minutes Introduction Hello readers. This blog will teach us about d3js and how to integrate it with our angular applications. We will also be working on some important events in d3js. Let’s get started. What is D3? D3 stands for Data-Driven Documents. It is a Javascript library for manipulating documents based on data. With the increasing amount of data being produced daily, visualization of data is Continue Reading

Swapping Two Array Elements in JavaScript

Reading Time: 3 minutes There are times when you need to swap two elements in an array in JavaScript while working with arrays. The bubble sort algorithm, for example, requires you to compare two numbers and swap them if your condition is true. This may be the algorithm question you’re working on. Apart from that, many other situations may require you to swap array elements. Here is an illustration Continue Reading