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Javascript render engines allow developers to render raw Javascript data into a website, in an opinionated way. Examples of these are React, Vue, Ember.js, and… Read More
Numbers are one of the primitive data types in JavaScript. JavaScript does not have any specific data type (like int, float, long, etc) for different… Read More
URLs and URIs are designed to locate/identify resources available over the internet, anything that uniquely identifies a resource is its URI, such as id, name.… Read More
This is basically a variation of bubble-sort. This algorithm is divided into two phases- Odd and the Even Phase. In the odd phase, we perform… Read More
In this article, we will create a profit & loss calculator using HTML, CSS & Javascript for adding the basic functionality along with adding the… Read More
The WeakMap object stores key/value pairs. The keys should be objects, and also the value may be anything. In JavaScript, a map API may be… Read More
We can use both methods to delete an element from a javascript array.  The answer is solely dependent on the application and on the programmer.… Read More
In this article, we will learn how we can find the sum of all elements/numbers of the given array. There are many approaches to solve… Read More
A palindrome is a word, sentence, or even number that reads the same from the back and from the front. Therefore if we take the… Read More
A function is a set of statements that take inputs, do some specific computation, and produce output. There are various scenarios in programming in which… Read More
Ajax stands for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML. It is used to make asynchronous communication with the server. Ajax is used to read data from the… Read More
Passwords are those input types that appear as ******. It can be shown to the user by adding a feature of the eye icon so… Read More
In node.js, there exists a timer module that is used to schedule timers and execute some kind of functionality in some future time period. setTimeout()… Read More
Javascript is a very important language when it comes to learning how the browser works. Often there are times we would like to add dynamic… Read More
ECMAScript 2015, also called ES6 is an enhancement revision to Javascript. With this update, some features were introduced and the methods that operate with the… Read More