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JavaScript Newsletter: 25th November 2020

JavaScript Newsletter: 25th November 2020

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·Nov 25, 2020·

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The first article today was recently featured on Hashnode and shows how to get the most out of the JavaScript console. Next we have a great beginners guide to React. Finally we have a comparison between Axios and fetch and which one you should choose for making HTTP requests.

Quote of the Day

“If you have to spend effort looking at a fragment of code and figuring out what it's doing, then you should extract it into a function and name the function after the "what".” - Martin Fowler

Todays Articles

Use console.log() like a pro!

By Marko Denic

Using console.log() for JavaScript debugging is the most common practice among developers. But, there is more... The console object provides access to the browser’s debugging console. The specifics of how it works varies from browser to browser, but there is a de facto set of features that are typically provided.

A Complete Beginner Guide To Learn and Get Started with React Js

By Hemant Joshi

React JS is the most popular Javascript library for building blazing fast pages, and here is: A Complete Beginner's Guide to React Learning Path and Resources. Lately, I had people asking how to learn ReactJs, the time it takes, and resources, and hence I decided to talk about the questions and answer them and will introduce you to my own learning path.

Axios vs. Fetch: which should I use?

By Luísa Ribeiro Bezerra

When we enter the world of computing, there are so many packages, options and paths to follow that it is normal to feel a little lost. For example, when we are making HTTP requests, which way should we go? In this post, I will cover the Axios library and the Fetch API comparatively, showing their differences. Remember: which one to use is up to you, but it is good to think about the pros and cons, okay?!

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