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React Lesson 14: Redux Thunk Deep Dive

In this lesson, we will understand the internals of Redux Thunk and the use cases where we should use it.

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Create simple POS with React.js, Node.js, and MongoDB #9: CRUD Branch

In this chapter, we are going to continue to implement CRUD operation for the general information of a grocery store. This is going to include the manipulation of the POS machine, Branch, Supplier, Employee, and customer data.

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Protecting Your API from Brute Forcing By Rate Limiting in NodeJS

Brute forcing is the most common cybersecurity attack. To avoid facing downtime and potentially leaking user credentials, rate limiting should be implemented on every public-facing API.

Category: Node.js
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Create simple POS with React.js, Node.js, and MongoDB #8: CRUD POS Machine

In this tutorial, we move forward to CRUD operations for POS machine data. CRUD stands for Create, Read, Update, and Delete operations. Here, we are going to implement the CRUD operations for POS machine data.

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Understanding Data-binding in React and Angular

Data binding is an integral part of modern applications that get developed these days. Many frameworks and tools incorporate the data-binding technique to develop faster and easily debuggable applications.  As a JavaScript developer, it is important to understand how this technique gets implemented in various JS frameworks and libraries. In this particular article, we are […]

Category: React
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React Lesson 13 Part 2: Asynchronous actions

In the previous article, we used Redux Thunk and learned how to structure actions for asynchronous calls. Now we will update reducer to handle them and then dispatch them from Articles.js. Let's update the reducer first.

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React Lesson 13. Part 1: Asynchronous actions

Our topic for today deals with asynchronous actions. We will start to take our articles from API. As you have already noticed, we have a simple API working. And in order to launch it, you need to open the folder simple_api and execute the following command there:

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Building a Full Stack Application using RedwoodJS

This article explains how to build a full stack application using redwoodjs. we will learn how to build some of the important modules such as authentication, data fetching and forms in an application

Category: Node.js React
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Deploying Your NodeJS Code to a Server Every Time You Push with Github Actions

One of the biggest bottlenecks new developers face is how to deploy code to a server automatically. Github Actions allows you to break this barrier thanks to its amazing in-built DevOps capabilities.

Category: Node.js
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A Complete reference guide to Redux: State of the art state management

Do you find Redux confusing? If you want to master the redux fundamentals and start using it effectively with your favorite frontend framework then this article is just the thing you are looking for.

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