• February 28, 2024

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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The structure of the code for launching a web project

In the project, for example, I made the connection of the client and server parts via Rest and WebSocket. Who likes what more. There are a great many descriptions of the Spring Framework and Rect technologies themselves on the Internet. This article is for those who have something that doesn’t work out, or something is…

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The most interesting facts from the web almanac

The Web Almanac is an annual comprehensive report on the web, which is based on verified data and is produced by the developers of HTTP Archive. Let’s see what interesting statistics on the web were collected in 2021. HTMLCSSJavaScriptOther interesting factsHTMLHave you ever wondered why all pages start with the common tag? This element tells…

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Problems of web development in the middle lane

We are engaged in the development, promotion and sale of our own software product PVS-Studio.Since we are located in the Russian province, and more than 50% of sales are in the USA, it is clear that we attach great importance to the website. And during our lifetime, I have accumulated a lot of things about…

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JavaScript development from scratch in 2022: roadmap

The JavaScript learning roadmap is divided into the following blocks: The basicsAdvanced conceptsWeb APIToolsConclusionsLet’s analyze each of the blocks in more detail. JavaScript BasicsLike any programming language, JavaScript starts with basic knowledge, such as understanding variables, operators, data types, functions, loops, etc. SyntaxJavaScript borrowed most of the syntax from Java, but Python, Perl, and Awk…

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How to master backend development

How to become a backend developer, what to study in 2022 and in what order? We have compiled a roadmap that will help you figure this out.: Roadmap for backend development in 2021 Area of responsibilityOperating systems and the basisChoosing a programming language API DatabasesWeb serversConclusionArea of responsibilityThe backend developer is responsible for the correct…

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4 Things to Consider when Choosing an Outsourcing Company to Develop Websites

Do you want to launch a new app or website, but you don’t have the resources or the team to bring your ideas to life? Then the best way out is to hire an outsourced development partner. Such a company will develop websites and mobile applications for you, and you will get a professional, well-coordinated…

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Quick start of a web project

To develop a modern web application, you need to have skills both in creating the server side and the client side. The most common combination in the corporate environment lately is Java using the Spring Framework for the server and React for the client. However, not all developers have Full stack skills (knowledge in both…

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