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Express Nodejs React

How to Build a Simple REST API with Node/Express

Express is a popular unopinionated web framework, written in JavaScript and hosted within the Node.js runtime environment. Because it is a JavaScript framework, so many packages and libraries are available as open-source to minify an Express project workload. it also has huge developer support so that the errors can be easily solved just by Googling […]

Express Nodejs React

How to Create a React Frontend, Express Backend and Connect Them Together

  Express is a popular unopinionated web framework, written in JavaScript and hosted within the Node.js runtime environment. It is also a modern backend technology and popular among new developers. React, a simple and powerful library is gaining huge popularity among developers nowadays. The component architecture is making react an easier way of making the […]

React

How to Build a Simple Counter App in React

React, a JavaScript library for creating interactive user interfaces(UIs) is getting more popular by developers all around the world. The advantage of choosing to React for our frontend is that the code can then easily converted to React native. So Android and IOS applications for your website are done. React and React Native also has […]

React Redux

How to Build a Simple Counter App Using React and Redux

We know that React is getting more popular among developers nowadays. It is a JavaScript library which is easy to learn and code. It also enables the feature of reusability of components which significantly reduces the number of lines in our project. Components follow the tree structure and hence the states needed for each component […]

Git

Adding an Existing Project to GitHub or Bitbucket

There are lots of hosting service providers for version control using Git like Github, Bitbucket, Gitlab, Sourceforge, Launchpad etc. But Here I am only explaining two of them. Github and Bitbucket. GitHub Inc. is a web-based hosting service for version control using Git. It is mostly used for computer code. It offers all of the distributed version control and source code management (SCM) functionality of Git […]

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