Yarn is a new package manager for JavaScript from Facebook. Yarn replaces the existing workflow for the npm client or other package managers while remaining compatible with the npm registry. It has the same feature set as existing workflows while operating faster, more securely, and more reliably. Yarn is able to parallelize operations, which maximizes […]

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JSFuck is an esoteric and educational programming style based on the atomic parts of JavaScript. It uses only six different characters to write and execute code. The six Characters: [(+!)] It does not depend on a browser, so you can even run it on Node.js. If JSFuck seems to pique your interest, then BrainFuck and […]

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Over nine thousand developers took part in the first edition of the State Of JavaScript survey. They answered questions on topics ranging from front-end frameworks and state management, to build tools and testing libraries. You’ll find out which libraries developers most want to learn next, and which have the highest satisfaction ratings. And hopefully, this […]

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How many ways can we save some data on the browser(client) end and retrieve it back even after a refresh: We can use localstorage or sessionstorage Use cookies Rewrite URL(although not elegant, but still can get the job done) Appending/Prepending to the name attribute on the window object You can try opening up any webpage […]

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