Reduce JS Size With Constant Strings
Refactor for micro-optimization of frontend packages, scripts, and bundles.
Do Repeated string literals in the JavaSript codebase increase the final file size? Yes, they do. Does it matter? Not for the backend applications, but for frontend applications – and anything that contributes towards them – it does. For example, npm packages and directly loaded scripts, server-side rendered web applications, and SPAs such as Angular, React, and Vue.[Read More]
Remove Whitespaces Between Markdown Markers
To fix Bold, Italic, and Strikethrough tags.
Markdown spec outlines markers, such as the asterisk (
*), underscore (
_), and double tilde (
~~), for bold, italic and
strikethrough, (or otherwise known as strong, emphasis, and delete), but requires these markers to wrap the text content on left and right without any whitespace(s). Any space on either side makes the markers appear as is instead of valid HTML tags after parsing/translation.
Multiple Ways to Build APIs to Use Airtable Data in Applications
With their advantages and disadvantages
Helper methods to tell if the case of the string is camel, snake, kebab, upper, lower, or start.
Instead of writing our own logic to determine if the given string is of a particular case or not, we can write a helper method that acts as a wrapper, in which we compare the original string with the one returned by lodash method, and return true or false. The wrapper is a good way to pass on the responsibility of correct logic to lodash, a thoroughly tested library.[Read More]
Change the case of object keys recursively to camel, snake, kebab, upper, lower, and start. Or modify in another way.
For a deeply nested object or array of objects, we might want to replace all the keys in some way, such as modifying their case (camel case, snake case, etc.) or adding an underscore at the start of each key or on both sides. Or we may like to change the keys in any other way.[Read More]
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