Category: JavaScript


path.join vs path.resolve in node.js

path.join([…paths]) joins all the path segments using platform specific delimiter. path.join(‘/foo’, ‘bar’, ‘baz/zxcv’, ‘abcd’, ‘..’) // ‘/foo/bar/baz/zxcv/abcd/…’ path.resolve([…paths]) Resolves all the path segments into an absolute path. It processes from right to left, until...


href javascript ; void 0

The void operator is often used to obtain the undefined primitive value. <a href=”javascript:void(0);”> Click Me </a> In this case, it is used to avoid # in the URI bar. The hrefs value will...