Bootstrap 5 Logo
Bootstrap 5 Logo

Yes, you heard it right. Bootstrap 5 has released! But wait, It’s in Alpha so breaking changes will continue to occur until a stable release. Anyways, It comes out with some new and exciting updates and we’ll discuss them.

Major Updates

1- No Jquery

One of the exciting updates about Bootstrap 5 that I like is that It isn’t using jquery anymore:). So there is no jquery. And it will make our website fast as well. And all of us know that we don’t need any jquery. Vanilla Javascript got us covered. We can do anything using vanilla.js that jquery is capable of doing.

2- No Support for IE

Bootstrap 5 is not supporting Internet Explorer anymore. And it’s great. I mean it’s 2020 and we should use modern browsers that can support every css property(in some situations we still have to use vendor prefixes) like chrome, firefox, etc. …


Web Scraping with Puppeteer and Nodejs
Web Scraping with Puppeteer and Nodejs

In this article, I’ll show you how you can do web scraping using Puppeteer and Nodejs. To get started we have to first understand what web scraping is and how Puppeteer can help us to do so.

Web Scraping

Web scraping is a process of extracting data from web pages. It involves fetching the web page and then extracting data from it. After extracting the data you can do whatever you want with that data. You can use that for an API or can store that in a CSV file.

Puppeteer

Puppeteer is an open-source Nodejs library developed by Google. It is based on chromium, a popular version of Google Chrome. Puppeteer runs headless by default but can be configured to run full (non-headless) Chrome or Chromium.
It not only allows us to do web scraping but we can do much more with it. …

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