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The Power of Objects in JavaScript: Part 1

Objects are an essential building block for data manipulation in JavaScript, the language that runs the internet. Developers may easily organize and arrange data by using JavaScript objects, which are versatile containers. Together, we will unravel objects and examine many essential techniques that simplify our interactions with them. Understanding Objects in JavaScript An object in […]

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Optimizely CMS – Custom form element with dependencies

Optimizely CMS comes with a package called Episerver.Forms that enables you to incorporate easy to build forms within a CMS website. There is a built in form container that supports standard built in form elements like input fields, checkboxes, radio buttons, select lists, buttons etc. And just like any other feature, Episerver Forms also come […]

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Facebook Released StyleX: Is it a Tailwind Killer?

Recently, Facebook (owned by Meta) released its own CSS-in-JS library called StyleX. According to the developers, it is great for large projects and its key advantage is performance. It is expected that StyleX will now be promoted as a best practice for React projects. The claimed benefits of using StyleX are reuse, typification, and everything […]

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Unlocking the Power of Vue Router: A Complete Walkthrough

Understanding Vue.js Router Vue.js routing acts as a guide for your web application, instructing it on which page or component to showcase as the URL shifts. This functionality enables the creation of interactive, multi-page experiences within the framework of a single-page application. This blog, we’ll explore the essential elements of Vue.js routing, encompassing route creation, […]

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A Comprehensive Guide to Watchers in Vue.js

Vue.js Watchers In Vue.js, when your data changes, the webpage updates automatically. But sometimes, you might want to do extra things when certain data changes. That’s where watchers step in. Watchers are like special helpers in Vue.js. They keep an eye on specific pieces of information (like a number or a word) and jump into […]

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Understanding Props in Vue.js: Data Sharing and Child-to-Parent Communication

What are Props? In Vue.js, “props” are like messengers that help share information from a parent component to its children. They allow different parts of your web app to talk to each other by passing along essential data. Declaring Props Props are defined using the props option: Let’s Explore an Example to Grasp How Props […]

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Empowering Flexible and Maintainable Applications using Vue Composition API.

The Vue Composition API offers an efficient and adaptable method for creating components, improving Vue js development. You can improve reuse, better organize code, and easily manage complicated applications by utilizing the Composition API. Let’s explore the components’ perspective and how API supports Vue 3 development. The concept of Vue Composition API, the distinction between […]

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Logging JavaScript Errors from Selenium Script to Console for Debugging

When working with Selenium WebDriver to automate web testing, debugging can be a challenging task, especially when dealing with JavaScript errors that occur within the web application you are testing. To aid in debugging, it’s essential to capture and log JavaScript errors from your Selenium scripts to the browser’s console. In this blog post, we […]

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AEM: Fixing RTE Source Edit Plugin Error While Submitting RTE Dialog

While working on Rich Text Editor on AEM 6.5, I found a bug related to source edit plugin. When the source edit plug is active in inline mode, it won’t let you submit the dialog. However, an error message also doesn’t get displayed properly, and the author will not be able to identify the reason […]

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Creating Your First Custom AEM Component Using React – Part 1

Recently, I went through an article about integrating React JS and Angular JS with AEM. In this blog, I am going to show you how to create a custom component that includes a cq:dialog and one that does not include a cq:dialog. Before building the components, clone the repository, which is a sample project based […]

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What is ECMAScript? In brief, ECMAScript is a standard for JavaScript, and JavaScript is actually an implementation of ECMAScript. Here’s a JavaScript history timeline from webapplog.com, which will help you to understand it. JavaScript was born as LiveScript in 1995 In 1997, ECMAScript standards were established In 1999 ES3 came out and IE5 became very popular […]