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Creating a JavaScript promise from scratch, Part 3: then(), catch(), and finally()

Scrollable Grid with Just-in-Time Data Loading – Part 5: Hooking up the Database

Issue #16

10/6/2020

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Published: 6 October 2020
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I don't know how many of you have experience working in different languages, but I'm guessing a lot (since most of the people who have emailed me so far are from all over the place). Personally I've had to work with English, Russian, Mandarin, and German, but I've yet to experience a language that writes from right to left. In this concise article, John D. Cook explains how Unicode characters are used to override left-to-right text in browsers and text editors.

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Creating a JavaScript promise from scratch, Part 3: then(), catch(), and finally()

Published: 6 October 2020
Tags: javascript


In the not-so-distant past we've had the previous article in this series on the newsletter. Well Nicholas C. Zakas doesn't disappoint in this one either, where he covers some of the key aspects of Promises in JavaScript. Specifically Nicholas covers the topics mentioned in the title, which are responsible for what happens next in the Promise's life cycle.

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Scrollable Grid with Just-in-Time Data Loading – Part 5: Hooking up the Database

Published: 6 October 2020
Tags: typescript, sql


Modern web development technology makes it possible (and fairly easy) to do some very cool implementations. Are they always absolutely necessary? Not really, but humans love fun things, and making the web fun is great. In this ultimate article of a five part series, Lydia Cupery does the fairly simple job of replacing fake data with real data queried from a GraphQL database. However, I'm sharing this post because the series as a whole is fairly interesting, so be a weirdo like me and read the end first, then start it from the beginning!

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