Node News Friday, June 22
- Offline-First with Node.js and Hoodie: A Practical Introduction to Progressive Web Apps
- How to make beautiful, simple CLI apps with Node
- Node v10 is Here – Feature Breakdown!
- Node.js Backend Development – Implementing Improved Routing – DiscoverSDK Blog
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- GitHub – cazala/coin-hive: CoinHive cryptocurrency miner for node.js
- How to make beautiful, simple CLI apps with Node – Hugo Di Francesco – Medium
- Summary of Python Development
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- In modern browsers, however, the experience should be improved by ensuring the app: – – Were going to walk through building a shopping tracker PWA which will introduce you to working with Service Workers, the Cache API, and Hoodie.
- Open and add the following content in it – – When this script is loaded in the browser, it calls which fetches all items saved locally by calling and renders them on the page by calling for each item retrieved from the local store.
- To trigger the transpiling, we are going to add a build script in as follows: – – Edit to include a reference to SystemJS and the transpiled below our include for : – – Now, run the following command to transpile the code – – Relaunch the server if necessary…
- Were going to add a Service Worker script which will intercept all network request and respond with a cached version if the resource refers to our page and its related assets.
- To tell the browser that we want this script to be our service worker script, open and add this code to the top of your file: – – This code will first check if the browser supports service workers, and then register the file as the service worker script.
- Channel your inner Sindre Sohrus and ship a beautifully simple CLI app using Node.
- To start off, we’ll leverage a package from Sindre Sohrus, , which is described as a better .
- To this end, we can use Listr, it allows us to do things that look like: – – Run and add leverage Listr as follows: – – Now the output of looks like the following: – – – – Listr gives you a loading state when you have a -…
- To do this, we need the file to be executable on UNIX systems that’s: .
- So – – We then need to inform the system how it should attempt to run the file, that’s using the following hashbang: – – If we add it to we get: – – Which we can now run using: – – npm has a field which we can use…
- Shift and Unshift Method – – So shift and unshift is a similar type of array methods that we use in the last lesson that is push and pop, so they work in the very similar way except rather than adding and removing to the end of the array they…
- var fruits = [Strawberry , Blueberry , Grapes , Apple ]; – – Syntax for Unshift() Method: – – If we want to add another item at the beginning of that array we use unshift method.
- Syntax for Shift() Method: – – In our case, we have variable fruit array which consists of 5 items, if we want to remove the 1st item from our array list we use our variable name followed by .
- So lets suppose we have – – array list: – – var fruits = [Strawberry , Blueberry , Grapes , Apple ]; – – now if I want to arrange this array list in the alphabetical order we will use sort() method, here is the syntax below: – – fruits.sort();…
@RisingStack: Let’s take a look at the new features of Node 10: https://t.co/bQatyQtPNg
@kitagawa_takuji: Juan Cazala氏がGithubで公開しているのは、coinhiveをnode.jsで実行させるもの。coinhive[dot]comとは関係ないとDisclaimerに書いてある。https://t.co/E7X8ccWFhH
@BoostLog_Python: https://t.co/Pxkln8gNb7 Summary of #Python Development #Developer #node #nodejs #coding #js #angularjs #Sober… https://t.co/X6rddc9pts
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