C# 7 – reference returns & local references

Introduction In on of the last posts, we talked about some of the big features that came with C# 7. In this post, we will continue on that and we will talk about returning references from functions and storing references inside of local variables. In addition to existing feature where you can pass in the […]

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JavaScript Promises, road to async/await

Introduction Asynchronous and synchronous are kinda complex concepts for beginners. Even some experienced developers fail to comprehend the differences. The synchronous code is something that executes sequentially and everything else waits until that piece of code executes. When you do something asynchronously in JavaScript, you are scheduling it to execute later. And later is some […]

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Organising JavaScript helpers

Introduction Since 2015 ECMAScript switched to yearly releases and they also switched to new naming format: ES_{Year}. With the arrival of ES6 or to be correct, ES 2015 we got support for classes in JavaScript. Also, we got new keywords: import and export. And this can make the code much cleaner and easier to work with. […]

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