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Leveraging Templates to Make Reusable Components

An excerpt from Blazor in Action by Chris Sainty

This article covers

§   Using templates to define specific regions of UI

§   Enhancing templates with generics

Read it if you’re a full-stack C# and .NET web developer who wants to learn more about Blazor.

Fetching Data from the Database

From Data-Oriented Programming by Yehonathan Sharvit

This article explores how data-oriented programming deals with retrieving data from a database.

Adding Search to a Jamstack Site

From The Jamstack Book by Raymond Camden and Brian Rinaldi

Let’s learn how to add search functionality to a Jamstack site!

Svelte REPL, Part 2

From Svelte and Sapper in Action by Mark Volkmann

This article delves into the Svelte REPL.

Node Web Applications and how to Use NPM

In case you missed it, here is Jonathan Wexler’s live Twitch coding stream recap. For more, check out the book: Get Programming with Node.js. For more live coding streams, subscribe to Manning’s Twitch channel here: https://www.twitch.tv/manningpublications

Content Management with Hugo

In case you missed it, here is Atishay Jain’s live Twitch coding stream recap. For more, check out the book: Hugo in Action. For more live coding streams, subscribe to Manning’s Twitch channel here: https://www.twitch.tv/manningpublications

Svelte REPL, Part 1

From Svelte and Sapper in Action by Mark Volkmann

This article delves into the Svelte REPL.

What is the Jamstack and What Can It Do for You?

The Jamstack is more of an architecture or methodology for building web applications than a prescriptive stack of technologies. Jamstack was formed in response to dynamic web page development that many felt had become cumbersome, slow and insecure. The Jamstack architecture offers a number of benefits including page speed, security and cost.

Generating Code with Template Functions

From Domain-Specific Languages Made Easy by Meinte Boersma This article shows you how to use modern JavaScript in a smart way to comfortably implement templates for text/code generation, instead of using a template engine. The following article is a standalone… Continue Reading →

Writing Good Assertions

From Testing JavaScript Applications by Lucas da Costa

In this article, I will teach you techniques to help you write better assertions. You will learn how to make them catch as many bugs as possible, without having to update tests too often, lessening your maintenance burden.

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