Author: Kavit

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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...

How does browser work? 0

How does browser work?

Have you also wondered how browser works? How does the flow chart look like for Fetch, Parse, Flow, Paint Engine look Douglass Crockfard exaplains the flow chart with a history of Mosaic and Netscape...

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throw new Error(“Module ‘” + loader.path + “‘ is not a loader (must have normal or pitch function)”);

Solution: In webpack 2 automatic-loader-module-name-extension-removed. Hence, you will have to add -loader to each loader in your config. For example, – { test: /.(jpg|png|svg)$/, use: ‘url?limit=8192&name=./img/[hash].[ext]’} + { test: /.(jpg|png|svg)$/, use: ‘url-loader?limit=8192&name=./img/[hash].[ext]’} For more...

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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...