In 2013, while working at GFRANQ photo service, I participated in the development of an eponymous web service for publishing and processing photos. Filters and transformations were defined in the file with parameters, and all processing was carried out on the server. During service development, there was a need to support these transformations on the client side for the preview. According to Larry Wall, one of the virtues of a programmer is laziness. Therefore, as truly lazy programmers, we thought about the possibility of using the same code on both the server and client sides. The entire development was conducted in C#. After researching the libraries and a couple of attempts, we proudly concluded that this was possible and began to write the universal code.
Why is this article needed? Indeed, 6 years have passed since 2013, and many technologies have lost their relevance, for example, Script#. On the other hand, new ones have appeared. For example, Bridge.NET or Blazor based on the fancy WebAssembly.
Nevertheless, some ideas can still be used. In this article I tried to describe them as detailed as possible. I hope that the mention of Silverlight and Flash will cause a smile with a hint of nostalgia, and not a desire to criticize the old solutions. Anyway, they have contributed to the development of the web industry.
I am Shalitha Suranga from Sri Lanka. I started Neutralinojs project with other two members as our research project at university.
These frameworks are being used to create numerous cross-platform applications. Whereas the community pointed out several unseen drawbacks of these frameworks. Large bundled application size, high memory consumption and long development workflow are the key things which were criticized through internet forums and websites , , , , . Table 1.1 shows the advantages and disadvantages of Electron/NW.js.
Table 1.1: Advantages and Disadvantages of Electron/NW,js
|Advantages of Electron and NW.js||Disadvantages of Electron and NW.js|
|Access native functions via node runtimeSingle codebase for all supported platforms Linux, Windows and macOS||High memory consumption and slowness|
|Many Node modules need to be installed|
When React.js 16.8 was released we got the opportunity to use React Hooks. Hooks make us able to write fully-functional components using functions. We can use all React.js features and do in in more convenient way.
A lot of people don't agree with Hooks conception. In this article I'd like to tell about some important advantages React Hooks give you and why we need to write with Hooks.
I will not talk about how to use hooks. It is not very important for the examples. If you want to read something on this topic, you can use official documentation. Also, if this topic will be interesting for you, I will write more about Hooks.
What's nagging you the most when you think about logging in NodeJS? If you ask me I'm gonna say lack of of industry standards for creating trace IDs. Within this article we'll overview how we can create these trace IDs (meaning we're going to briefly examine how continuation local storage a.k.a CLS works) and dig deep into how we can utilize Proxy to make it work with ANY logger.
If someone of you has tried create angular libraries, he may face the issue with lazy loading Feature Module from node_modules. Let's dive deeper and go thru the dark water.
Vue mixins are the recommended way of sharing common functionality between components. They are perfectly fine until you use more than one for them. That's because they are implicit by design and pollute your component's context. Let's try to fix this by giving them as much explicitness as we can.
In the previous blog post, we learned how to create a second level of drill-down (detail of detail) and how to interact with OData and ODataModel (v2) in order to delete a database record.
With Part 5 of this series of blog posts, we will learn how to create a SimpleForm within a Dialog that will allow us to update the information of a Sales Order Item.
Before updating the database order we have to check that everything typed by the user validates our constraints.
We're going to overview evolution of reducers in my Redux/NGRX apps that took place over the last two years. Starting from vanilla
switch-case, going to selecting a reducer from an object by key, finally settling with class-based reducers. We're not going to talk only about how, but also about why.