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Intermodular Analysis of C and C++ Projects in Detail (Part 2)
Thu, 01 Dec 2022

In part one, we discussed the basics of C and C++ project compiling. We also talked about linking and optimizations. In part 2, we will delve deeper into intermodular analysis and discuss its other purpose. But this time, we won't talk about source code optimizations — we'll find out how to improve the quality of static analysis.

Static Analysis

The way most static analyzers work is similar to the way the compiler's front end works. To parse the code, developers build a similar model and use the same traversal algorithms. So, in this part of the article, you'll learn many terms related to compilation theory. We discussed many of them in part one — do take a look if you haven't already!

React.JS: The Best Technology for Application Development
Wed, 30 Nov 2022

React.js is one of the most emerging front-end JavaScript technologies. Developers favor React.js as it ensures scalability, speed, and simplicity. It not only designs elegant user interfaces but also helps to create complex applications. 

React framework, design elastic and compound web applications with reusable user interface components. This library was designed in 2012 by Jordan Walke, a Facebook application engineer. Most JavaScript frameworks are not searched engine optimized, but this library is quite different in that context.

Web Resource Caching: Client-Side
Wed, 30 Nov 2022

The subject of Web resource caching is as old as the World Wide Web itself. However, I'd like to offer an as-exhaustive-as-possible catalogue of how one can improve performance by caching. Web resource caching can happen in two different places: client-side - on the browser and server-side. This post is dedicated to the former; the next post will focus on the latter.

Caching 101

The idea behind caching is simple: if a resource is time- or resource-consuming to compute, do it once and store the result. When somebody requests the resource afterwards, return the stored result instead of computing it a second time. It looks simple - and it is, but the devil is in the detail, as they say.

High-Performance Go HTTP Framework Tasting
Tue, 29 Nov 2022

What Is Hertz?

Hertz [həːts] is a high-performance, high-usability, extensible HTTP framework for Go. It’s designed to simplify building microservices for developers.

Why Hertz?

One of the highlights of Hertz is its extremely high performance. You can get an intuition for this by looking at the following statistics on echo requests.

Deno vs. NodeJS: A Must-Have Comparison
Tue, 29 Nov 2022

JavaScript is not a new name. It is the most popular and frequently used data processing language that runs on every system. Many developers have been extensively skilled in the JavaScript language, and thus it has been continuously improving and evolving.

Node.js has been a widely used platform that successfully represents JavaScript everywhere. We have to admit that Node.js has transformed the screenplay of web development and allows developers to use JavaScript for backend development. Node.js has a large number of users with the largest developer community. 

Managing Dotfiles With Stow
Tue, 29 Nov 2022

As a programmer, much of our time at work is spent developing code (and attending meetings, of course. ), So much so that we usually spend a lot of time configuring the toolset that we use on a daily basis. We are not only talking about the evolution of the configuration but also about how to configure your new laptop, have several computers, or simply share a certain configuration of a certain tool with a colleague.

The great majority of applications (and more in UNIX systems) are configured through the well-known “dotfiles” (stored in the user’s $HOME), which are not more than files or folders that begin with a . to configure the applications (ex: .bashrc, .git/). The purpose of starting with a dot is that, by default operating systems treat them as hidden files and don’t show them unless you tell them to.

How To Handle Pseudo-Elements in CSS With Selenium
Sat, 26 Nov 2022

While performing UI automation testing on a webpage, we all try to work with the web elements such as buttons, texts, etc. Interaction with the WebElements in the DOM is made possible with the help of Selenium locators. However, there are some aspects of a web page that even the locators can’t manage. Pseudo-elements in CSS fall in that category. Without the correct information, these pseudo-elements can be very hard to automate. In this article, we will see how to handle pseudo-elements in CSS with Selenium WebDriver.

Selenium is a powerful automation testing framework for checking complex web pages but pseudo-elements are tricky to automate. Selenium, when used in conjunction with the JavaScriptExecutor interface, helps to automate pseudo-elements. When testing your website, one must also ensure that the webpage functions as expected across various browser and OS combinations. Given that Selenium test automation is a cross-browser and cross-platform affair, you can perform automation tests at scale with the cloud-based Selenium Grid.

12 Essential Skills Your ReactJS Developers Should Have
Fri, 25 Nov 2022

While more and more users are moving towards an omnichannel approach, it is important to have a seamless user experience. One way to achieve this is by having a fully responsive application to ensure users have the best experience across platforms.

There are numerous JavaScript libraries available for creating mobile/web app front-ends, but React is the best when it comes to creating a responsive application. In addition to supporting website front-ends, this well-equipped framework allows developers to create truly responsive web applications. Furthermore, React provides reusable custom HTML code for apps.

14 Web Development Trends You Should Look For in 2023
Fri, 25 Nov 2022

It was the year 1991 when the first web page was published, transforming our lives forever. Today, we spend hours on the Internet, earning money, spending money, listening to music, finding our soul mates, obtaining university degrees, watching movies, and investigating conspiracy theories, among other activities. The list is virtually never-ending.

From simple web pages to complex websites, web development has evolved to a great extent, allowing users to become immersed in certain topics and experience things.

Learning Angular as a React Developer
Thu, 24 Nov 2022

As a front-end developer, you always get asked whether you specialize in React or Angular. These two mainstream technologies have their strengths and weaknesses, and each is more appropriate depending on the project, but in this article, we will not be discussing that. I am currently working at Apiumhub, and recently I started working in Angular. This is a quick cheat sheet for getting started in Angular as a React developer. 

Creating a Component in Angular

Let’s imagine we want to create a CustomButton component. When we create this component in React, it can look similar to this:

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