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Why Outdated jQuery Is Still the Dominant JavaScript Library
jQuery is one of the longest running and most influential JavaScript libraries on the web. How has it stood the test of time?
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Next.js 12 introduces a brand-new Rust compiler, Middleware (beta), React 18 Support, Native ESM Support, URL Imports, React Server Components (alpha), and more!
Developer moves quickly to address vulnerabilities after his account was compromised.
The idea of running software as complex as Photoshop directly in the browser would have been hard to imagine just a few years ago. However, by using various new standardized web technologies, Adobe has now brought a public beta of Photoshop to the web. 
No matter how thorough your test coverage is, you can't test everything. So when you introduce a bug in your application, git bisect will help you zero in on your regression's origin.
There’s a number of new concepts being developed for the new responsive design to help us make our User Experience even more relevant.
"I learned that it's possible to have holes in JavaScript arrays and how these holes can change overall behavior."
For beginners
In this article, we will go through how `object-fit` and `background-size` work, when we can use them, and why, along with some practical use cases and recommendations. Let’s dive in.
Hello from the server-side
Node isn’t the fastest framework out here. It’s not the slowest either, v8 is doing wonders to its speed, but nevertheless, if we setup an unfair battle between Node and say Rust; Node will lose.