JavaScript

Sencha Announces Release of Ext JS 7.4 at Annual SenchaCon Virtual Conference

Austin, Texas – Apr. 22, 2021  Sencha, a portfolio company of IDERA, Inc., announced the release of 7.4 during its annual virtual developer conference, SenchaCon. Sencha’s Ext JS Web Application Development Platform empowers companies to seamlessly design, develop and test feature-rich, cross-platform web applications. Recent studies indicate that customers using Sencha’s award winning JS Grid …

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Solve Error Uncaught ReferenceError: require is not defined in Node.js

While working with Node JS, you might be familiar with the require() and sometimes, it shows error like Uncaught ReferenceError: require is not defined. So why does this happens? Let’s see in today’s post. Before coming to the error, let’s know what is require() used for. What is require? The require function is the builtin function …

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How to Install Node.js on Windows, Mac or Linux

In this tutorial, I’ll be teaching you how you can install Node.js on windows, mac or linux in under 15 minutes. Node is an open-source runtime environment for javascript. It is a cross-platform environment providing its support for Mac, Windows and Linux. It runs Chrome’s V8 javascript engine, outside the browser, and because of this, …

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Student Registration Form in HTML with JavaScript Validation

In this tutorial, I will tell you how to make student registration form in html with javascript validation. Javascript is basically used to validate HTML pages in web application. Validations are basically some rules to follow when inputting values to register on-site. Validation can be anything like: Some input fields cannot be empty. Some values …

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WebAssembly Might Not Be JavaScript’s Replacement, But It Does Have A Lot To Offer 

95% of the  1.6 billion websites in the world rely on JavaScript to get the job done, but that doesn’t make it popular or well-liked. As a programming language, JavaScript is that ugly, smelly shopkeeper that insists you give them a kiss on the cheek every time you go do your shopping. You don’t want to, but …

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