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What Is The Best Way To Learn AngularJS?

What Is The Best Way To Learn AngularJS
What Is The Best Way To Learn AngularJS

At present, AngularJS is being used by a number of high-traffic websites including PayPal, Netflix, The Guardian, Upwork, Freelancer and jetBlue. The open source JavaScript framework is also maintained by Google.  The features provided by AngularJS help developers to build custom web applications based on varying business requirements. AngularJS has been gaining a lot of popularity, interested readers can read on the evolution and rise of AngularJS. In addition to supporting model-view-controller (MVC) design rule, AngularJS further enables JavaScript developers to create robust user interfaces (UIs) by using HTML as a template language and extending HTML tags and attributes. Continue reading What Is The Best Way To Learn AngularJS?

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Angular vs React: A Brief Comparison

Angular vs React: A Brief Comparison

Both AngularJS and ReactJS are widely used JavaScript frameworks. Angular is currently being maintained by Google, whereas React is developed and maintained by Facebook. The usage statistics posted on various websites indicate that Angular is currently more popular than React. But the number of stars on its Github page depicts the growing popularity of React. Angular.js and React.js further differ from each other in terms of features, usage and performance. Hence, it becomes essential for developers to know the features of both Angular and React, and understand the important points of distinction between Angular vs React. Continue reading Angular vs React: A Brief Comparison

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The 7 Most Common Mistakes JavaScript Developers Make

JavaScript Common Mistakes

 

At present, JavaScript is used widely by programmers for developing both web applications and mobile apps. JavaScript has been emerging as one of the preferred languages for building large scale web applications. JavaScript, along with HTML5 and CSS3, help developers to make websites accessible on both computers and mobile devices with a single code base. The full stack web developers prefer writing client-side and server-side code in JavaScript. The developers also have option to accelerate custom application development by taking advantage of various JavaScript libraries, frameworks, and development tools. Continue reading The 7 Most Common Mistakes JavaScript Developers Make

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