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This multi-part tutorial demonstrates how to create a new MongoDB API app with Express, Angular, and Node.js (the MEAN stack), and connect it to your Azure Cosmos DB database.Azure Cosmos DB supports MongoDB client connections, so you can use Azure Cosmos DB in place of MongoDB, but use the same…
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V8 JavaScript Engine: V8 release v6.6

Let’s explain the different levels with Chrome embedding V8 as an example: - - Before V8 v6.6 we cached the generated code immediately after the top-level compile.For some time V8 has been able to parse JavaScript code on a background…

.NET Core 2.0 with Angular 4 and MySQL

For the previous part check out: Part 8 – Creating Angular4 client side – Navigation and routing - - This post is divided into several sections: - - The thing that matters is that we are going to use the new HttpClientModule introduced …

MongoDB, Angular, and Node tutorial for Azure

This multi-part tutorial demonstrates how to create a new MongoDB API app with Express, Angular, and Node.js (the MEAN stack), and connect it to your Azure Cosmos DB database.Azure Cosmos DB supports MongoDB client connections, so you…

JavaScript’s a mess – and that’s a good thing

JavaScript never removes old features – new versions are always backward compatible.I wish we could clean it up, but staying compatible has too many benefits, as I’ll explain in this blog post.These are benefits of staying backward…

.NET Core 2.0 with Angular 4 and MySQL

For the previous part check out: Part 8 – Creating Angular4 client side – Navigation and routing - - This post is divided into several sections: - - The thing that matters is that we are going to use the new HttpClientModule introduced …

JavaScript’s a mess – and that’s a good thing

JavaScript never removes old features – new versions are always backward compatible.I wish we could clean it up, but staying compatible has too many benefits, as I’ll explain in this blog post.These are benefits of staying backward…

A tale of Higher-Order Components & Render Props

So far we’ve been using Higher-Order Components (HOC for short) mainly through libraries like recompose for implementing our own “Reuse this logic” component or as direct clients of popular libraries like react-redux whose main features…