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Learning javascript es6 features overview

Javascript ES6 – Features walkthrough

This is post 1 of 2 in the series “Learn Javascript ES6” Javascript ES6 – Features walkthrough Javascript ES6 : Concatenating Arrays Understand Mordern JS – ES6 ES6 refers to Ecmascript 2015. The features introduced in the ES6 release were : let and const Template Literals Arrow Functions Modules Class Destructuring Rest operator Spread operator …

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Build a blog using nodejs without using any framework – Part 3

This is post 3 of 3 in the series “Build a blog using nodejs” Build a Blog using Nodejs without using any framework- Part 1 Build a blog using nodejs without using any framework – Part 2 Build a blog using nodejs without using any framework – Part 3 In this article, we will see …

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Build a blog using nodejs without using any framework – Part 2

This is post 2 of 3 in the series “Build a blog using nodejs” Build a Blog using Nodejs without using any framework- Part 1 Build a blog using nodejs without using any framework – Part 2 Build a blog using nodejs without using any framework – Part 3 n our previous tutorial Part-1, we saw …

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Setup Netlify CMS with github-pages hosted jekyll site

Setting up Netlify CMS with Github-Pages Hosted Jekyll Site:

This is post 1 of 1 in the series “Learn Jekyll” Lets face it, We have our beautiful Jekyll Site ready, but what if we want to ensure that it is as easy to update the site without any technical / markup sideof it. The administration should be simple and easy for any author or editor who …

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Deploy your jekyll blog using Github Pages and Travis CI

In this Guide, we are using Github Pages and Travis CI for deploying our blog. Sometimes Github Pages does not support external third party plugins. In that case we deploy our blog using Travis CI, it automatically builds our website and pushes the static files of the site to a deployment branch. Which then Github …

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