Category: Javascript

🖖UNFOLD App’s Text Editor was the inspiration.

GitHub – eneskarpuz/react-native-drag-text-editor: React Native Text Prototype for photo editing / manipulation cases.


Up to 15 times speedup for Yapp when parsing JavaScript

djalbat 2 minutes ago. https://github.com/djalbat/yapp In fact the improvements largely came from streamlining the BNF, which is now workable: https://github.com/djalbat/yapp/blob/master/es6/parser/javascript.js The readme file has been improved, too. Contributions are very welcome, not just for the JavaScript grammar but for any of the supported languages or indeed new plugins.


Framework-free frontends with Malina.js

Malina.js is a new library inspired by Svelte. It compiles your web application to JavaScript, meaning your app uses no framework on the frontend side. In this article, you’ll be looking at what Malina.js is all about, how to build applications with it, and its syntax. In order to follow along, you should have a …


YAES – Starter kit for your next eleventy(11ty) project using postcss, es6, snowpack, webpack.

GitHub – 22mahmoud/YAES: Starter kit for your next eleventy(11ty) project using postcss, es6, snowpack, webpack.


Asynchronous dot notation to radically simplify access for any get/set supporting JSON database.

Asynchronous dot notation to radically simplify JSON database access. Frustrated by complex code to navigate through related JSON objects? Tired of tracking down typographical errors in strings that have to be compiled into queries? Angry about all the errors thrown by navigating incomplete JSON records? What if you could: Load a single root object and …


Node.js Lesson 4: NPM Package Structure

Hey everyone, this lesson is going to be all about the node package and its structure. We will understand what the package.json file actually is and its characteristics. We will learn what does those mighty properties inside package.json denotes and why they are important. Let’s start. What is package.json This file is one stop for you …


HTML5 Node cheat sheet: 21 APIs you should know in 2020

This quick HTML Node guide will cover 21 of the most popular and widely used APIs in the HTML DOM Node: getElementById(id) getElementsByClassName(className) getElementsByTagName(tagName) getSelection() getElementsByName and querySelector(selector) querySelectorAll(selector) parentNode.insertBefore(newNode, refNode) appendChild(node) createElement(elementName) createTextNode(textString) removeChild(childNode) replaceChild(newNode, childNode) setAttribute(attrKey, attrValue) getAttribute(attrKey) getAttributeNames() cloneNode() classList parentNode parentElement innerHTML innerText Every developer should have these APIs at their fingertips before taking on web …


The software engineering lifecycle: How we built the new Dropbox Plus

A few weeks ago, we released a whole bunch of new features to Dropbox Plus, our paid plan for personal users. While we started as a storage company, we‘ve grown to be a hub to manage your digital life. About 150 people worked on this launch: engineers, product managers, designers, copywriters, and many more. Through …


The Most Common Vulnerabilities on Cybersecurity.

Skuudo Sep 15 · 3 min read If you are a ethical hacker, bug hunter or penetration tester, you know that time is money. Gathering information, scanning vulnerabilities, finding a bug and writing reports can be a time-consuming and boring task. So we have prepared this list with the most common vulnerabilities that are reported …