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What the fetch is that?

When it comes to writing in native JavaScript, ajax is a really painful job to get it right, especially when you would like to have cross browser support. Fetch to the rescue I have come across the most impressive fetch API, which… Continue Reading →

better Asset Manager with JavaScript

There are two main problems with loading assets in the front-end world. I would also like that the following solutions maybe controversial and not necessary the best solution out there, but you will come to admit, that had browsers resolved the… Continue Reading →

An attempt to eradicate HTML Forms

Introduction I have recently been experimenting with Node Js and some other languages which compliment NodeJS. I will attempt to give my explanation (to the best of my knowledge so far) so it may help some others to get started with… Continue Reading →

writing Regular Expressions like a PRO

At regex 101, you will no longer have problems of figuring out how they work or test how it works. I have come across this little beauty https://regex101.com/ . All you have to do is, have a copy of the text you… Continue Reading →

Editors role on Pre-processor languages

I have looked around and came to realise that many people are trying to get around a problem with hacks and black magic coding. They should ask and push for something to be implemented in the right places. I am talking… Continue Reading →

javascript Recursive Object Observer

I have just created the first draft of this

this is the first draft of the Recursive Object Observe. more info on github https://github.com/valtido/Observe   This means if you had an object of a person (as json)  

So… Continue Reading →

Better typeOf, javascript native typeof

Confused? I am always, confused and unsure, and all over the place when it comes to typeof and instance of etc… It has done my head for too long, so I took sometime to try to straighten it all out. I… Continue Reading →

Javascript return function in one line with errors

I thought of sharing this simple method of using a return statement when you use an if statement all in one line to also print out a warning.

What is going on? Well the difference is that console.log() will… Continue Reading →

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