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Internationalization in React js

Welcome readers, in this tutorial, we will implement internationalization in a React js application. 1. Introduction Internationalization in a website helps to remove the language barrier. It helps users from different parts of the world to visit your website and thus increasing the website traffic. 1.1 Setting up dependencies To play with react let us set up some of the ...

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useEffect hook in react-js

Welcome readers, in this tutorial, we will understand how to use useEffect() hook in a react-js application. 1. Introduction React is a flexible javascript library responsible for building reusable UI components. It is an open-source component-based frontend library responsible only for the view part of an application and works in a virtual document object model. But before that let us ...

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Conditional Rendering React

Welcome readers, in this tutorial, we will understand how to render conditional content in a react-js application. 1. Introduction React is a flexible javascript library responsible for building reusable UI components. It is an open-source component-based frontend library responsible only for the view part of an application and works in a virtual document object model. But before that let us ...

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Component splitting in react-js application

Welcome readers, in this tutorial, we will understand and implement component splitting in react-js. Code splitting in react-js offers to make a reusable component. 1. Introduction React is a flexible javascript library responsible for building reusable UI components. It is an open-source component-based frontend library responsible only for the view part of an application and works in a virtual document ...

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Dynamic routing in React-js application

Welcome readers, in this tutorial, we will implement dynamic routing in react-js with the help of the react-router library. 1. Introduction React is a flexible javascript library responsible for building reusable UI components. It is an open-source component-based frontend library responsible only for the view part of an application and works in a virtual document object model. But before that ...

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Routing in react-js application

Welcome readers, in this tutorial, we will implement routing in react-js with the help of the react-router library. 1. Introduction React is a flexible javascript library responsible for building reusable UI components. It is an open-source component-based frontend library responsible only for the view part of an application and works in a virtual document object model. But before that let ...

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javascript:void(0)

Hello. In this tutorial, we will create a simple HTML page and understand the use of the javascript:void(0). You can also check this tutorial in the following video: JavaScript Tutorial for Beginners – Video 1. Introduction 1.1 What is a Javascript It is lightweight object-oriented programming used for scripting HTML pages. It helps users to build modern applications by directly ...

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Spring Boot Server-Sent Events Tutorial Using WebFlux

Welcome, in this tutorial, we will explain the server-sent events in a spring boot application using WebFlux. In this approach, we will use the Reactive SSE where the service returns a Flux of transactions. 1. Introduction Before going further in this Spring Boot Server-Sent Events Tutorial using WebFlux, we will look at the common terminology such as introduction to Spring ...

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JavaScript vs Java: The Most Important Differences

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In this article, we will take a look at the most important differences between Javascript vs Java programming languages. 1. Introduction JavaScript was developed by Netscape. It was initially a scripting language for the client-side and later used as a language for both client-side and server-side scripting. Java was developed by James Gosling from Sun Microsystems. JavaScript is used in ...

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Spring Boot @CrossOrigin Annotation Example

Cross-origin resource sharing (CORS) is a standard protocol that defines the interaction between a browser and a server for safely handling cross-origin HTTP requests. Simply put, a cross-origin HTTP request is a request to a specific resource, which is located at a different origin, namely a domain, protocol and port, than the one of the client performing the request. For ...

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