Previously, I have written a three part series blog to create a YouTube Player in ReactJS. It only used React and depended heavily on call backs from children to parent, particularly in a case wherein it was two levels deep.
Finally, we have come to the concluding part of the blog series. As of now, we have three main tasks remaining. First, showing the video player, second the option to click on a video to change it in video player and third is search capabilities to search for videos.
Being a developer, one must learn how to write efficient code and debug it swiftly. Excellent debugging skills add value to an individual and to the team to find and help fix bugs faster. Every browser vendor is making a sincere effort in enhancing the developer console tool to make it accessible and useful to developers. New capabilities for Chrome's developer console tools are getting pushed in
When it comes to performance, one expects their application’s bundle size to be smaller, faster and simpler. Angular Ivy is a next-generation compilation and rendering pipeline, which reduces the bundle size, loads faster in slower networks and is simple to use. Ivy is still in an experimental phase and is expected to be available in Angular version 8.0. The target date of release version 8.0 is
Authentication plays an important role in today's web applications. It is a process of accessing application or features by providing user’s identity that helps the verifier in getting complete information about the user’s activity. We can categorize the web-applications into 2 types – Public & Private.
Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) are regular web applications that look like native applications in terms of interaction and appearance. PWAs have the promise of providing the user with the native app experience combined with the best qualities of web with app-like experience.
Today, web application owners are not as constrained for creating visual, rich web interfaces as they have been in the past. Never before has the visual interface of websites been so important. It is a true deciding factor for visitors to stay or turn-away, as more than 50% of people leave a site today in fewer than 15 seconds.