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    How To Code in JavaScript

    JavaScript is a high-level, object-based, dynamic scripting language popular as a tool for making webpages interactive.
    By Lisa Tagliaferri and Tania Rascia JavaScript Development Programming Project
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    How To Code in React.js

    React is a popular JavaScript framework for creating front-end applications, such as user interfaces that allow users to interact with programs. Originally created by Facebook, it has gained popularity by allowing dev...
    By Joe Morgan React Development JavaScript Programming Project CSS API Deployment Ubuntu DigitalOcean App Platform
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    JavaScript Design Patterns

    Every developer strives to write maintainable, readable, and reusable code. Code structuring becomes more important as applications become larger. Design patterns prove crucial to solving this challenge - providing an...
    By Devan Patel JavaScript
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    Understanding the DOM — Document Object Model

    The Document Object Model, usually referred to as the DOM, is an essential part of making websites interactive. It is an interface that allows a programming language to manipulate the content, structure, and style of ...
    By Tania Rascia JavaScript Development Books
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    How To Code in Node.js

    Node.js is a popular open-source runtime environment that can execute JavaScript outside of the browser. The Node runtime is commonly used for back-end web development, leveraging its asynchronous capabilities to crea...
    By Stack Abuse Node.js JavaScript Development Programming Project Networking API Books
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    How to Install Node.js and Create a Local Development Environment

    Node.js ( is a JavaScript platform for general-purpose programming that allows users to build network applications quickly. By leveraging JavaScript on both the front and backend, Node.js makes dev...
    By Brian Hogan, Brennen Bearnes, Kathleen Juell, Brian Boucheron and Justin Ellingwood Node.js Development Ubuntu 18.04 DigitalOcean App Platform Debian Debian 10 Ubuntu 16.04 Debian 9 JavaScript CentOS Ubuntu Ubuntu 20.04 CentOS 8
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    How To Develop Websites with Vue.js

    This series provides a starting point for building websites with the front-end JavaScript framework Vue.js. Created in 2014 by Evan You (formally of Google), Vue.js is often described as a combination of React and Ang...
    By Dave Berning Development Vue.js JavaScript
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    How To Create Static Web Sites with Gatsby.js

    Gatsby ( is a React ( framework that allows you to create static and serverless apps. Gatsby websites are different from traditional websites because they are usually dep...
    By Portia Burton and Joshua Tzucker Development JavaScript GatsbyJS WordPress CSS
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    How To Code in TypeScript

    TypeScript is an extension of the JavaScript language that uses JavaScript’s runtime with a compile-time type checker. This combination allows developers to use the full JavaScript ecosystem and language features, whi...
    By Jonathan Cardoso TypeScript Development JavaScript
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    Rails on Containers

    This series covers how to build and containerize a Ruby on Rails application. It walks through common development tasks – adding nested resources, a JavaScript framework (Stimulus.js), Bootstrap stylings, and Sidekiq ...
    By Kathleen Juell and Jamon Camisso Ruby Ruby on Rails Development JavaScript Applications Redis Databases Docker PostgreSQL Kubernetes
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    Working with Arrays in JavaScript

    An array in JavaScript is a type of global object used to store data. Arrays can store multiple values in a single variable, which can condense and organize our code. JavaScript provides many built-in methods to work ...
    By Tania Rascia JavaScript Development