Web Development

Finding vulnerabilities in NPM packages using node.js security platform

Since npm is an open platform, anyone can publish packages to it. And thus the security impact of using npm in an application can make...

Webpack: An Introduction

Before coming to the discussion about Webpack, let us first discuss how web development has evolved over the past few years and why we...

Javascript build tools: Why do we need one?

If I had asked a web developer a few years ago about using a build tool for their web project, the developer would have...

Using ES6 today: The future of javascript has arrived

Most of you would already be aware that javascript is an implementation of ECMAScript (ES). ES is the standardized language specification, and javascript is...

Getting started with Gulp

After I made my choice from the Grunt Vs Gulp Vs npm confusion I had, Gulp turned out to be my task runner for...

Grunt Vs Gulp Vs npm: Javascript build wars

You might have already made the choice among Grunt Vs Gulp Vs npm already. Or you might be totally confused what all these are....

Recent Articles

Overriding nested dependencies in NPM

Whenever we install a particular package, it is common to come across a problem with a dependency's dependency. With the release of...

Automatic batching in React 18 helps avoid re-rendering

Remember the earlier versions of React that used to batch multiple state updates inside event handlers such as click or change to...

Flatten Arrays in Vanilla JavaScript with flat() and flatMap()

ES2019 introduced two methods on the array prototype that would make life so much simpler for developers. These are flat() and flatmap()...

Using GroupBy on an array of objects in JavaScript

Array grouping is a fairly common operation in any project. Until recently, we had to resort to either writing our own implementation...

Node.js introduces node: protocol imports

Node.js recently introduced a node: protocol for built-in modules. Built-in node modules can now be imported by prefixing the node: protocol prefix.

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