JavaScript

What is the JavaScript += Operator and How Do You Use It?

JavaScript's += operator is a handy shorthand for adding a value to a variable and reassigning the result. Learn more about this and how to use it.

December 04, 2022

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Using the startsWith() Method in JavaScript

Learn how to use the startsWith() method in JavaScript to check if a string begins with a specified set of characters.

December 04, 2022

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Reverse a String in JavaScript: 2 Easy Methods

Learn how to reverse a string in JavaScript using the split(), reverse(), and join() methods or the reduce() method.

December 02, 2022

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How to Use the Object.keys() Method in JavaScript

Learn how to use the Object.keys() method to access and manipulate the properties of JavaScript objects.

December 01, 2022

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What is the JavaScript toString method and how do you use it?

The toString method in JavaScript is a method that allows you to convert the value of an object to a string.

November 30, 2022

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JavaScript Date Comparison: Tips and Tricks for Comparing Dates

Discover how to compare dates in JavaScript and find out which date is earlier, later, or the same as the other date.

November 29, 2022

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How to disable a button in JavaScript

This article explains how to disable a button in JavaScript using the disabled attribute. The article also discusses potential uses for disabling buttons in web applications.

November 26, 2022

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Two programming paradigms in JavaScript?

JavaScript is a multi-paradigm language, supporting imperative/procedural programming along with OOP and functional programming.

November 04, 2022

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Difference Between preventDefault and stopPropagation in JavaScript

Discover how to prevent the default behavior of an element and stop event propagation in JavaScript using the preventDefault and stopPropagation.

November 03, 2022

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How to know if the event.preventDefault method was used in an element?

We can use the event.defaultPrevented property in the event object.

November 02, 2022

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What is event.target in JavaScript?

Event Target is a property of an event object in JavaScript that refers to the element that triggered the event.

October 31, 2022

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Why does it return false when comparing two similar objects in JavaScript?

In JavaScript, two objects are considered equal only if they are the same object, not just if they have the same properties and values.

October 28, 2022

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What does the !! operator do in JavaScript?

Learn about the !! operator in JavaScript and its uses for truthy/falsy values, defined/undefined variables, empty arrays and value conversion.

October 27, 2022

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What is Hoisting?

October 25, 2022

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What is Scope?

October 23, 2022

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