Increase Performance by Automating the Repetitive Tasks

You know those tedious tasks you have to do at work: Updating configuration files, copying and pasting files, updating Jira tickets.

Time adds up after a while. This was very much the case when I worked for an online games company back in 2016. The job could be very rewarding…

Deno.js Vs Node.js

As far as Javascript runtime environments go, there is Node and not much more. But the creator of Deno, a former Node.js founder, decided to change that. Now that Deno has been released, it’s time to find out if it can prove to be a worthy competitor to Node.js.

The…

Point where everyone gets connected

In this world, we are getting connected by a lot of things. We speak to different individuals and party with various groups. So are we trying to connect with these people because of money? or does money keeps us connected?.

Literally most people think that the need for money keeps…

A Closer Look at Node’s Alternative

Deno has undoubtedly been quite a hot topic in the JavaScript and Node communities in the past few months. Safe environment, no Node modules, built-in support for TypeScript - these are only some of the benefits of this runtime. But is it ready to be used in the development of…

With the use of SWC in your project

TypeScript became a standard for backend (Node.js) and frontend (Angular/React) development. The types it brings allow us to develop apps with the confidence that we won’t make any silly mistakes. …

TypeScript Project Debugging

JavaScript and TypeScript debugging may seem like similar processes but in order to do them right, you need to know how to handle the differences. Part of my Node.js app debugging series, I’ll focus on debugging TypeScript code with Visual Studio Code.

TypeScript debugging for static typing fans

Sooner or later you will create a bug…

Connection and Implementation in JavaScript

Today, I’ll be writing about the STOMP implementation in JavaScript and Ballerina language.

STOMP is an inter operable protocol designed for asynchronous message passing between clients via mediating servers.

Easily animating characters and emojis in URLs

You can use emojis and other graphical Unicode characters in URLs. And wow, isn’t that great? But no one seems to do it. Why? Perhaps because emojis are too exotic for normie web platforms to handle? Or maybe they are avoided due to the fear of angering the SEO Gods?

Guide to Angular User Authentication with Auth0

Learn how to add user authentication to Angular using Observables and HTTP Interceptors

The focus of this guide is to help developers learn how to secure an Angular application by implementing user authentication. You’ll enhance an Angular starter application to practice the following security concepts:

  • Add user login and logout.
  • Retrieve user profile information.
  • Protect application routes.
  • Call an API with protected endpoints.

Increase Performance by Automating the Repetitive Tasks

You know those tedious tasks you have to do at work: Updating configuration files, copying and pasting files, updating Jira tickets.

Time adds up after a while. This was very much the case when I worked for an online games company back in 2016. The job could be very rewarding…

Bilal Rifas

Software Engineer | UI UX Designer | Tech Writer & better human | LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/in/bilal-rifas/

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