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React.js vs React Native – What's the Difference?

Are React.js and React Native the same? If you're new to the world of web and mobile development, you might be wondering the same thing. As a newbie, it's easy to assume that React.js are React Native are the same. After all, they both have "React" as part of

How to Use the "this" Keyword in JavaScript

Hey everyone! In this article we're going to talk about the THIS keyword in Javascript. This used to be a concept that confused me a little bit, so I'll try to break it down for you so you can understand its uses and in what situations can it be

Asynchronous Programming in JavaScript – Guide for Beginners

To understand what asynchronous programming means, think about multiple people working on a project simultaneously, each on a different task. In traditional (synchronous) programming, each person would have to wait for the person before them to finish their task before starting their own. But with asynchronous programming, everyone can

Visual Studio vs Visual Studio Code – What's The Difference Between These IDE Code Editors?

The first time I heard about “Visual Studio”, I thought it was the same as “Visual Studio Code”. I don’t know why Microsoft decided to confuse everyone with the names of those two development tools. But that’s a story for another day. “Visual Studio” and “Visual Studio Code” are not

Chart.js Tutorial – How to Make Pie and Doughnut Charts in Angular

In this tutorial we will learn how to create a simple pie and doughnut chart using the Chart.js library in an Angular application. What is Chart.js? Chart.js is a JavaScript library for building charts. It's designed to be intuitive and simple, but it's powerful enough to build complex visualizations.

Python Length of List – How to Find the Size of a List

A list is a data structure in Python that contains multiple elements in a particular order. And sometimes you might need to get the size of a list. I'll show you how to do that in this article. How to Create a List in Python You can create lists in

Web Scraping in JavaScript – How to Use Puppeteer to Scrape Web Pages

Welcome to the world of web scraping! Have you ever needed data from a website but found it hard to access it in a structured format? This is where web scraping comes in. Using scripts, we can extract the data we need from a website for various purposes, such as

React.js vs React Native – What's the Difference?

Are React.js and React Native the same? If you're new to the world of web and mobile development, you might be wondering the same thing. As a newbie, it's easy to assume that React.js are React Native are the same. After all, they both have "React" as part of

How to Use the "this" Keyword in JavaScript

Hey everyone! In this article we're going to talk about the THIS keyword in Javascript. This used to be a concept that confused me a little bit, so I'll try to break it down for you so you can understand its uses and in what situations can it be

Asynchronous Programming in JavaScript – Guide for Beginners

To understand what asynchronous programming means, think about multiple people working on a project simultaneously, each on a different task. In traditional (synchronous) programming, each person would have to wait for the person before them to finish their task before starting their own. But with asynchronous programming, everyone can

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