ES6 ( ECMAScript 2015) has introduced a new feature called Promise. There are numerous excelent articles and books that explain the way that Promises work. In this article, we are going to try to provide a simple and understandable description of how Promises work, without digging into much detail.
Svelte (some might say SvelteJS, but officially just “Svelte”), currently in its third revision, is a front end framework in the same vein as React, Vue.js, or Angular. It’s similar in that it helps you paint pixels on a web page. It’s different in a lot of other ways.
The Dev Tools are an incredible resource for debugging complex code. Sometimes you may dig deeper than console logging, and the tools above will allow for an in-depth debugging experience. These tools require a little practice before you’ll be fully comfortable using them, so don’t be put down if you’re feeling unfamiliar with all the options available.
… the clean code can be defined as the code written in such a manner that is self-explanatory, easy to understand by humans and easy to change or extend.
MythBusters JS is an open source handbook to explore various best practices, performance patterns, and tips obtained from engineering posts blog, podcasts, conference videos, etc. You can also share your performance tip or pattern by creating a pull request in MythBusters JS GitHub repository.