JavaScript interview questions and answers | Infographic

Basic and most common JavaScript interview questions and answers. Question 1: What is closure in JavaScript? Answer: A closure is a funciton and has access to variables that are declared and defined in the parent function scope even after the outer function has returned. Question 2: What is the use of window objects in JavaScript? Read More…


5 React projects you should try in 2021 | Infographic

5 React projects you should try in 2021! 5 React projects Realtime Chat App / Examples:- Slack, Messenger, Discord, Crisp Chat Social Media App / Examples:- Facebook, Twitter, Instagram E-Commerce App / Examples:- Shopify, Etsy, Dev.to Storefront Video Sharing App / Examples:-YouTube, TikTok, Snapchat Blogging/Portfolio App/ Examples:- Medium, Dev.to, HashNode RohitDegree in Computer Science and Read More…



I never understand JavaScript | Infographic

I never understand JavaScript, I’m sure you can all relate. Why is JavaScript the most confusing web programming language? Because of this: 5 + 5  You can tell me what this is, right? It’s 10, that’s right. What about this? 5 + ‘5’  This is ’55’. Makes sense, right? ‘5’ + 5  This is also ’55’. This makes Read More…




5 of the best JavaScript Libraries | infographic

Here are the 5 most useful JavaScript libraries. JavaScript is one of the most popular languages on the web nowadays. Even though it was initially developed just for web pages, it has seen exponential growth in the past decades. JavaScript is capable of doing almost everything. There are several library to help to development in Read More…


Hello World in different programming languages | Codes

“Hello world” is the basic and simplest program possible in almost all computer languages. Every programmer writes it. Here are a quick compare syntax differences between various programming languages. Hello world in different programming languages slides: Codes are below image slide. R cat(‘Hello, world! ‘) PHP Java class HelloWorld { public static void main(String[] args) Read More…