Node JS is a runtime environment built on Chrome’s V8 engine.It is is very efficient in communication. Its great with WebSocket communication.Write data validation only once( DRY Rule )Because you can write your JS code both for front end and for the server, you can do the data validation only one. How does Node work?
Storage API Local Storage and Session Storage Few Important points: 1-Local Storage never expire.2. Session storage expire when the user closes the browser tab. Each browser tab will have a separate session.3. When you change local Storage data, an event gets fired that you can listen to. If user has open multiple tabs and changes
In this blog, we will learn about how to create a live search input field, which fetches the result as the user types in the query.Of all the results available for that query, we will only fetch 20 results. We will create a pagination for the user to navigate to the next or previous 20
In this blog you will learn to set up a React Application: Using create-react-app Using Webpack, Webpack Dev Server and Babel from scratch I am assuming that you have Node installed already on your system. Using create-react-app We will first install the create-react-app globally. Then we create a project using create-react-app command. npm install -g create-react-app create-react-app projectnamecd projectname npm run
We need to install url-loader and file-loader html-webpack-plugin npm packages first Now add this configuration to your webpack.config.js Now you can add an image inside src/images directory. Then import it as any name you like in this case ProfileIcon. And then pass it in the images source in your component. It will look like this