What to expect From this Blog? This blog covers the theory of elastic search, terminologies, scenarios Blog does not include installation or writing queries, creating indices etc. This blog surely can give the you a better idea of what is elastic search and how it works. What is Elastic Search? Elastic Search is an analytics […]

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Chrome Developer Tools are debugging & Web authoring tools built into Google Chrome. The Chrome Developer Tools helps web developers to access the internals of their web application and helps to speed up debugging and optimization. This article gives some tips on how to use Chrome Developer tools. Open Dev Tools Select the Chrome menu […]

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ECMAScript 8 or ECMAScript 2017 was officially released last year end of June by TC39 (what is TC39? Technical Committee 39 which is the official committee for the evolution of Javascript. This committee conducts meeting regularly and usually the members are browser vendors ). Now the standard is to publish new specifications once a year. […]

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Now before I jump into the callback let me tell you something about HelloSign. Pic Courtesy: https://www.hellosign.com/ HelloSign is a paid (For testing free services are provided) tool for digital/online signing of the documents and they are the currently the best option at implementing it . There are other options available to you as well such […]

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Amazon has made it easy for Developers to build applications which can talk. The new AWS Polly services allows you to pass a text and Amazon turns it into a life like speech in real-time. It supports >24 languages in varied male and female voices and the output is pretty impressive when compared to similar offerings. Advanced users can also make […]

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Node.js development is a platform built on Chrome’s JavaScript runtime for effortlessly building fast and scalable network applications. Node is an interface to the V8 JavaScript runtime, apparently it is the superfast JavaScript interpreter that runs in the chrome browser. Node.js uses an event driven, non-blocking I/O model that makes it lightweight and efficient, perfect […]

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JavaScript is ubiquitous. Nowadays, being a JavaScript developer doesn’t mean that you are a frontend or backend web developer. Constantly inescapable to the browser, those days are gone. Node.js is an open source, cross-platform run-time ecosystem for server-side and network applications. The evolution and the progression of Node.js lead in the new era, which makes […]

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AngularJS is an open source Javascript (Programming Language) framework which makes simpler for web development. AngularJS, hoping to be one of the crown jewels of the web development Industry in the approaching eras, leading software development companies are searching for personnel equipped with Angular and Node.js experience to redefine and enumerate the specified field. A […]

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It’s difficult to choose a technology from a pool of languages as it is like a new framework or programming language launches every month. If you are in a critical position to start a web software/applications to become a leader in the industry, then start paying attention to AngularJS and Node.js. The way it rises show […]

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In this article, we will discuss sending browser push notifications using JavaScript. The image given below is a sample browser push notifications. Picture credit: wingify Browser push notifications There are so many third party vendors who are providing this service with a basic subscription costing around 25-30$/month Some of them are moengage, pushcrew, pushengage, izooto, […]

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