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A lightweight JavaScript framework: Introduction to Svelte JS

A lightweight JavaScript framework: Introduction to Svelte JS

The majority of web application development is streamlined with JavaScript frameworks and libraries such as Angular or React, Ember, and Vue JS. Reason being that these JavaScript frameworks and libraries make the complexity of code required to fulfill your concepts very manageable and relatively easy to implement. They help to reduce the problem of “spaghetti code.” If your job as a web developer is being made easier, where is all of that “work” alleviated? To our users… More specifically our user’s web browsers. In most, if not all web applications, browsers have to load entire libraries to use only a fraction of them.  This greatly hinders web application run time with wasted processing power. Luckily for us, Svelte JS has come to the rescue.

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Step-by-Step Guide to the Effective Use of CodeIgniter

Step-by-Step Guide to the Effective Use of CodeIgniter

DebugMe is saying hello to CodeIgniter!

Undoubtedly, there are tens of thousands of people to know a lot about CodeIgniter. But, let’s keep this tutorial simple and elementary, so everyone can apprehend it and start working with the framework without having to take any professional course.

Step-by-Step Guide to Effective Use of CodeIgniter

 

Introduction to CodeIgniter

CodeIgniter is a PHP web application framework that enables programmers to build web applications faster. It is shipped with many helpful code libraries and helpers to simplify complex code operations such as email, form validation, image manipulation, file uploading, sessions, multi-lingual apps and creating APIs for your application. Based on a modular design, CodeIgniter can implement specific libraries adding to the speed of the framework.

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Using UUIDs in Yesod

Using UUIDs in Yesod

This is a post by Jezen Thomas, a freelance software developer spending most of his time writing software with Ruby and JavaScript. It was originally published on his blog. Follow him on Twitter.

Using UUIDs in Yesod

I’ve recently been tinkering with a small web application written in Haskell with the Yesod framework. I decided I would like to use Universally Unique Identifiers for one my models, as the identifier for the model would be exposed to the user.

There are other reasons to use UUIDs, such as decentralising ID generation, but simply not giving hints as to the size of one of my database tables is enough of a reason for me.

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