• April 14, 2024

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  • DevTools: “Browser wars”

    DevTools: “Browser wars”, new tools and changing sites in the browserDevTools or “developer tools”, as a browser-built way to view the source code of a site, find out the details of network requests and make “profit” changes to HTML, JavaScript and CSS, did not always exist. In the noughties, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer was the most…

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  • Evolution of interfaces: how web development has changed in 20 years

    It’s hard to argue with the fact that Internet resources have become much more functional, faster and more beautiful over the past 20 years. In order for today’s users to be able to freely open websites from different devices and browsers, instantly exchange messages in social networks and order goods in online stores, web development…

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  • How to search for bugs on the frontend: 4 main stages

    On the frontend, the JS code is executed in the browser. JavaScript is not a compiled language, so there is always a possibility of execution errors when using the program directly. An execution error blocks the code located after the error location, and program users risk being left with a non-functional application screen that can…

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