JavaScript

Bootstrap tutorial: the first steps

Bootstrap Tutorial: the first steps with the Twitter framework

Bootstrap is one of the best solutions when it comes to creating websites for all devices with little effort. But what exactly lies behind the framework that was originally planned to be used as an internal optimization tool for Twitter? Can total beginners with no CSS, JavaScript, or HTML experience also achieve attractive results?

Learn to code: an intro on how to get the basics down

Learning how to code: the basics

Welcome to the digital age: every day the average American spends hours looking at smartphone screens and PC monitors. But most still lack even a basic understanding on how the programs affecting their everyday life work. If you think you may fit into this demographic, don’t worry: thanks to online courses, videos tutorials, and supportive internet communities, it’s never been easier to learn...

Introduction to Svelte framework

Svelte JS– a lean framework for fast mobile web applications

Traditional frameworks for programming web apps, such as React and Vue, shift the majority of the work of a web app to the browser. This makes the apps sluggish and requires a lot of data. Svelte compiles the apps in the background in a lean optimized JavaScript which the user experiences as a significant performance boost.

Module tests in software development

Software quality assurance: module tests

Module tests are one of the most effective methods of identifying as many errors in the source code as possible early on in the software development process. The special feature: the smallest isolatable components of a program are placed in a neutral test environment. If errors appear, it’s obvious they are occurring in the module being tested, which makes them easy to correct.

Kibana tutorial

Kibana dashboard tutorial for beginners

If large amounts of data have to be indexed and structured, the license-free engine, Elasticsearch, is a popular solution. The Kibana web interface is often used to present the processed data in an appealing form. Together with Elasticsearch and Logstash, this forms the so-called ELK stack. In our Kibana tutorial, we explain step by step how to get the server application Kibana up and running and...

Website optimization – the biggest obstacles

When it comes to website development and maintenance one aspect is often missed: website speed. Despite mobile-first approaches and responsive designs, many websites still have loading times that are too long, which can prove off-putting for visitors. Yet, loading time is one of the key reasons why consumers abandon a website. Our guide reveals what you can do to make your website faster.

What is WebAssembly?

WebAssembly: the faster JavaScript?

The World Wide Web is getting faster and faster. The WebAssembly standard (Wasm) is set to vastly improve the performance of web applications. In addition to JavaScript, web programmers can now use C, C++ or Rust. The code is then compiled into highly efficient bytecode. This also means that browser-based games can be made more complex for example.

jQuery tutorial: introduction and first steps

jQuery tutorial: basics on selectors, syntax, and more

By using the JavaScript library, jQuery, you can easily customize HTML elements. Well-known CSS selectors such as the element selector or the .class selector help you to choose the desired content and manipulate it using various actions. In addition, lines of code can be written that respond to how website visitors navigate and what search terms they enter, and then automatically execute...

JHipster

JHipster: the framework suite for modern websites

Framework use has become an integral part of modern web development. Designing back and front ends based on ready-made basic structures saves a lot of time. The website generator JHipster is an interesting solution that uses several tools to create server-and-client-side components. Which components distinguish the suite and how to install and use the software for your own project will be...

Web components

Web components explained

No web developer can manage without HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. As a result, the same elements tend to be repeated over and over again when programming, which can be both tedious and time-consuming. Web components help with this by providing encapsulated HTML tags and allowing them to be reused as often as needed.


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