Category: JavaScript

JavaScript Detecting Key Combinations
JavaScript Detecting Key Combinations
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The other day we built this cool tool to detect which key was pressed.And as you may have seen, it could only register one key at a time. Today I want to look at how we can capture some combination of keys. This version will be based on only modifier keys and 1 specific key. The… READ MORE

Basic JavaScript Interview Questions
Basic JavaScript Interview Questions
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Hi everyone! So I had couple of interviews this year for JavaScript software development roles, and I felt its worth writing an article on some of the interview questions I was asked. In this article I will write some of the basic JavaScript interview questions I was asked and the answers to them. Explain data… READ MORE

The 2020 Java Developer RoadMap
The 2020 Java Developer RoadMap
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Hello guys, first of all, I wish you a very Happy New Year 2020. I have been sharing a lot of roadmaps to become a Web developer, DevOps engineer, and recently React.js developer. One of the requests I received from many of my readers was for creating a Java Developer Roadmap. Since Java is my expertise, It wasn’t a… READ MORE

Top CSS Interview Questions with detailed answers. Part I
Top CSS Interview Questions with detailed answers. Part I
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CSS tends to produce excessive headaches among developers, and we don’t blame them. Working with CSS can be notoriously cumbersome and time-consuming especially if you have detailed design requirements and a boss with a magnifying glass 😎🔎. In terms of interviewing, I took the opportunity to compile a list of basic competence questions that cover… READ MORE

How to Start a Node.js Project
How to Start a Node.js Project
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Sometimes I write blog posts to remind myself what I’ve learned and sometimes I write them because someone else shares something and I want to remember that better. This post is one of the latter. STARTING A NODE.JS PROJECT Usually when I start a new Node.js project I use npm to generate my initial project. npm init… READ MORE

26 Miraculous VS Code Tools for JavaScript Developers in 2019
26 Miraculous VS Code Tools for JavaScript Developers in 2019
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Visual Studio Code (more casually known as VS code) is a lightweight but powerful cross platform source code editor that runs on your desktop. With built in support for development tools like TypeScript and the Chrome Debugger, I quickly fell in love with the editor the more I used it to build my projects. Who doesn’t love the bajillion… READ MORE

Building your personal Office 365 assistant
Building your personal Office 365 assistant
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Imagine having a personal Office 365 assistant in your daily job routine, which can help you provide all information that you need, like for example who is your manager, scheduling a meeting, displaying and updating your profile picture or list the Microsoft Teams where you are involved and so on. These are only a few… READ MORE

Classic SharePoint Add-ins with Office UI Fabric
Classic SharePoint Add-ins with Office UI Fabric
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Office UI Fabric is the new dress for Office add-ins, that perfectly marries with modern SharePoint pages using the SharePoint Framework. Besides providing a set of UI guidelines, font styles, grid layouts and icons, Office UI Fabric adds a rich collection of HTML components ready to use in your Office add-ins & SharePoint pages. Office… READ MORE

SharePoint as an enterprise app platform together with Ember.js
SharePoint as an enterprise app platform together with Ember.js
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SharePoint generally is a great framework for building enterprise apps. I am not simply referring to apps built using the app model, I am referring to all the combinations of solutions that leverage services SharePoint provides. This includes client-side based solutions such as HTML5, JavaScript and traditional farm solutions. SharePoint developers (SharePoint farm solutions developers)… READ MORE