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#0108

Multiple Promises Handling in JavaScript

Promises are a powerful way to handle asynchronous operations in JavaScript. They allow us to write clean and readable code, without using callbacks or nested functions.

Multiple Promises Handling in JavaScript
#0107

Promises for Asynchronous JavaScript

In this guide, we'll delve into the ins and outs of promises, covering their syntax, usage, common patterns, and best practices.

#0106

Styling the First Letter

The ::first-letter pseudo-element applies styles to the first letter of a block container.

Styling the First Letter
#0105

The Deprecation of Third-Party Cookies

Google has announced its plan to disable third-party cookies by default in Chrome, a step that will reshape the landscape of online tracking and user privacy. This change is part of a broader effort to enhance user privacy and security on the web.

The Deprecation of ThirdParty Cookies
#0104

Implementing Your Own debounce()

Debounce is a common technique used in web development to improve performance by controlling the rate at which a particular function is invoked.

 Implementing Your Own debounce
#0103

Design Pattern: Singleton

Ever wondered how the Singleton Design Pattern is used in frontend development?

Design Pattern Singleton
#0102

The Strict Mode in JavaScript

Ever wondered why some JavaScript functions start with 'use strict' at the beginning?

The Strict Mode in JavaScript
#0101

Adapting Your Website to Language Changes

The ability to seamlessly switch between languages enhances user experience and makes your website more accessible to a diverse audience. Let's explore the steps involved in achieving this functionality.

Adapting Your Website to Language Changes