TLDR: [JS In Brief] — This is a series of short Q&A posts dedicated to development. I want to focus your attention on the important aspects of JavaScript. Also, these posts can be useful for interview preparation.

All of the topics presented in this course are just a list with brief explanations. To become a pro you need to study much deeper.

We will put a set of plugins that will allow us to better interact with the project.

Content:

  1. Add hash
  2. Clear dist folder after each build
  3. Add an HTML to the build
  4. Add…


TLDR: [JS In Brief] — This is a series of short Q&A posts dedicated to development. I want to focus your attention on the important aspects of JavaScript. Also, these posts can be useful for interview preparation.

All of the topics presented in this course are just a list with brief explanations. To become a pro you need to study much deeper.

I will show you step by step how to configure webpack in your application.

1. Create a repository on GitHub


TLDR: [Algorithms In Brief] — This is a series of short Q&A posts dedicated to Algorithms. Also, these posts can be useful for interview preparation.

All of the topics presented in this course are just a list with brief explanations. To become a pro you need to study much deeper, and the links at the end of each post will help you with that.

To answer this question, you need to remember a little math.

Content:

  1. What is a logarithm in programming?
  2. What does O(log n) mean exactly?
  3. Useful links.

Good to know:

  1. Why…

TLDR: [Angular In Brief] — This is a series of short Q&A posts dedicated to development. Also, these posts can be useful for interview preparation.

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📌 You may also hear the name Shared component, know that in a general sense it is the same as Common components.

The difference is that the name Shared component is more often used to define reusable components within one application, while Common component is more often used to define components that can be reused in…


TLDR: [Algorithms In Brief] — This is a series of short Q&A posts dedicated to Algorithms. Also, these posts can be useful for interview preparation.

All of the topics presented in this course are just a list with brief explanations. To become a pro you need to study much deeper, and the links at the end of each post will help you with that.

[Q]: What is Binary Search?

[A]: Binary Search — Searching a sorted array by repeatedly dividing the search interval in half.

In a binary search, the key you are looking for is compared with the key of the middle element in the array. If they are equal, then the search is successful. …


TLDR: [JS In Brief] — This is a series of short Q&A posts dedicated to development. I want to focus your attention on the important aspects of JavaScript. Also, these posts can be useful for interview preparation.

All of the topics presented in this course are just a list with brief explanations. To become a pro you need to study much deeper, and the links at the end of each post will help you with that.

[Q]: What is Hoisting?

[A]: Hoisting — is JavaScript’s default behavior of moving declarations to the top in their scope.

It is a mechanism in JavaScript that occurs in the Compilation phase, in which variables and function declarations are hoisted to the top of…


TLDR: [JS In Brief] — This is a series of short Q&A posts dedicated to development. We want to focus your attention on the important aspects of JavaScript. Also, these posts can be useful for interview preparation.

All of the topics presented in this course are just a list with brief explanations. To become a pro you need to study much deeper, and the links at the end of each post will help you with that.

[Q]: What is Variables Scope?

[A]: Set of rules for storing variables in some locations, and for finding them at a later time.

📌 Variables Scope — Defines the visibility and lifetime of variables. …


TLDR: [JS In Brief] — This is a series of short Q&A posts dedicated to development. We want to focus your attention on the important aspects of JavaScript. Also, these posts can be useful for interview preparation.

All of the topics presented in this course are just a list with brief explanations. To become a pro you need to study much deeper, and the links at the end of each post will help you with that.

[Q]: What are the principles of JavaScript code execution in browsers?

To learn how to write and understand Js code, what is Scope, Hoisting, etc., …


TLDR: [JS In Brief] — This is a series of short Q&A posts dedicated to development. We want to focus your attention on the important aspects of JavaScript. Also, these posts can be useful for interview preparation.

All of the topics presented in this course are just a list with brief explanations. To become a pro you need to study much deeper, and the links at the end of each post will help you with that.

[Q]: var, let, const — what the difference?

This question is related to understanding the Scope and the Hoisting mechanism.

[A]: The main difference is in their scope.

📌 let, const — has block scope (these keywords introduced in ES6)…

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