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Better error handling with async/await

You are much much better off just using #catch at the top lev...

Build Instagram Using TypeScript, Node, Express and Vue - Part 1

Hey there! What about Postgres that’s getting you stuck? Mayb...

The true prototypial nature beneath "JavaScript classes"

Btw, your code gives the error of Cannot invoke an object whi...

The true prototypial nature beneath "JavaScript classes"

One of my perspectives spot on. There's the counter argument ...

The true prototypial nature beneath "JavaScript classes"

Nicely put, I can't agree with you more. The greatest relief ...

60fps Javascript while you stringify, parse, process, compress and filter 100Mbs of data

I found out that Uint8Array is not a transferrable object, is...

Fastify vs Express

Great article thanks. Do you know in terms of the ecosystem o...

60fps Javascript while you stringify, parse, process, compress and filter 100Mbs of data

Thank mate you are awesome!

60fps Javascript while you stringify, parse, process, compress and filter 100Mbs of data

Ahhh yes that can work. Although the next challenge is to par...

60fps Javascript while you stringify, parse, process, compress and filter 100Mbs of data

Ok I understand now. It’s all about the requestIdleCallback. ...

9 Steps to Get 100 Stars on GitHub

Very cool. I gave a star too! This post earns you stars too l...

Build Instagram Using TypeScript, Node, Express and Vue - Part 1

Hey there, thanks for the kind words. I was thinking I put to...

Javascript var, let and const

Actually so are mine. I tend to be a little verbose. However...

9 Steps to Get 100 Stars on GitHub

Omg the amount of effort... I felt like I went back in time a...

More readable conditional with Array.includes()

Actually there’s ["maintainer", "admin", "developer"].indexOf...

Javascript var, let and const

A good starting thought, except you will run out of generic n...

Javascript var, let and const

And not forgetting the best that let has done is to solve nes...

Is anyone planning a full or partial "early retirement" from software development?

I’m starting to think software development doesn’t have a “re...

Long names are a code smell

Naming things takes the most effort actually. I think ultimat...

Database "Stuff" I Wished I Knew About For NodeJS - Part 1- MongoDB

Thanks, have included this info. Presumably I think you thoug...

Database "Stuff" I Wished I Knew About For NodeJS - Part 2- Postgres

Right, thanks for the comment. I dug up a bit more and found ...

5 ways to delete an element from an array in JavaScript

Great info thanks. Perhaps it’s also useful to highlight whi...

5 ways to delete an element from an array in JavaScript

This indeed is the fastest! 😂

Database "Stuff" I Wished I Knew About For NodeJS - Part 2- Postgres

Thanks for that. Remember to read Part 1 to get the complete ...

What's your go-to stack these days?

May be a little dated but still quite reliable: Node+Express ...

1 SQL Query You Should Stop Using

This is exactly right. More pertinently, ORMs should be provi...

Build Instagram Using TypeScript, Node, Express and Vue - Part 5

Yup thats right. I didnt use the automatic one. There's the m...

In defense of the modern web

Funny I went through the comments and I generally don't see V...

Build Instagram Using TypeScript, Node, Express and Vue - Part 4

Thanks for that, made the correction.

Build Instagram Using TypeScript, Node, Express and Vue - Part 5

Thanks! 👍 would be happy to get it working and help people

Build Instagram Using TypeScript, Node, Express and Vue - Part 5

Hey thanks for the comments, and for pointing out the 404. Th...

Creating a basic website with Express.js

This is amongst the best guides I have seen. I used express q...

TypeScript is a waste of time. Change my mind.

I think fundamentally, the extent of the discussions sugges...

TypeScript is a waste of time. Change my mind.

I think fundamentally, the extent of the discussions sugges...

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