Web Development

AngularJS vs ReactJS

We’re living the years of the Javascript, as the language swiftly climbed to the first rank on Github, and is continuously gaining momentum across different applications, not just front-end application development. Nowadays, Javascript is used in the frontend, the backend, building mobile applications and even for building AI applications. The chrome V8 engine is pushing its performance on the server side as it is doing on the browser.

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HTML vs HTML5 vs XHTML

The terms HTML, HTML5 and XHTML are frequently used in web design. Most people who are new to web design, often find these terms confusing and don’t know which language of these three to learn. The confusion is understandable because all of them are markup languages and essentially serve the same purpose. To clear out the confusion, let’s take a look at their differences in detail.

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What is CSS?

A Cascading Style Sheet, commonly known as CSS, is the layer of styling over HTML elements, or in simpler terms, it lets you style the elements (font, size, colour, and spacing) of your HTML pages and content by gently applying classes to it.

CSS takes cares of the presentation and helps you determine how the pages and content that you make with HTML are going to look and display. CSS will be a saviour once you have learned to master the code.

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Django Vs Laravel

Despite the popularity and the rising demand for mobile development, web development has been getting a tremendous amount of attention and the technologies are evolving quite rapidly. Javascript’s skyrocketing popularity brings a lot to the table, especially with the rise of new development concepts like Progressive Web Applications, Accelerated Mobile Pages, and Single Page Applications. However, things started to get more complicated, especially for young developers who are just getting started.

The sheer amount of available technologies to choose from, the different functionalities they provide, the differences in each one of them and the fact that there’s no holy grail in web development, nor a one solution fits all, all of this makes it quite scary to embark on a learning journey.

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JavaScript Frameworks

JavaScript is a multi-paradigm language. It supports event-driven, functional, and imperative (including object-oriented and prototype-based) programming styles.  JavaScript was initially used only for client side. However, these days JavaScript is used as a server-side programming language as well. To summarize in just one simple sentence – JavaScript is the language of the web.

What is JavaScript framework and why to use one?

A software framework is an abstraction in which software providing generic functionality can be selectively changed by additional user-written code. JavaScript framework is an application framework written in JavaScript where the programmers can manipulate the functions and use them for their convenience. 

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