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Thursday

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September 2017

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JavaScript Array slice and splice

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If you have used JavaScript arrays than you surely know it’s length property. Arrays also come with built in methods. In this article I will talk about slice and splice. What they are and where they can be used. They manipulate our arrays. Sometime mutating the original array sometimes not. While writing JavaScript you will […]

Monday

28

August 2017

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Tables still a choice for designing layouts

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Speaking of tables in semantic markup, we are bound to use it only for tabular data. A data that comprise of rows and columns or a spreadsheet. But in CSS landscape we are free to turn any element into a table or even a table-cell. They would work and behave like a table and td to meet […]

Sunday

13

August 2017

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Smooth Scroll to a specific position in JavaScript

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Internal links or in page links are the anchor tags that targets a section in the same page. Normal behavior on clicking these links is an abrupt jump to the target. In other words browsers scroll position jumps to target element. The most common you see is a back to top button. Which appears when user […]

Sunday

23

July 2017

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How to use bootstrap Scrollspy [Live Coding]

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I am glad to have published the very first video tutorial on this blog. In this video I will walk you through integrating the Bootstrap’s Scrollspy component. Basically this component updates the nav element base on the scroll position. I hope you have enjoyed this video. I also have planned to cover other topic in […]

Thursday

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July 2017

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Coding Activities for Week 26 2017

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weekly report of technbuzz.com for week 26 of 2017 covering ionic 2, Angular and node

Hey Everybody, As I don’t have much on the activity graph but I have much to share and explain. Last week I updated Node.js to it’s latest release  (from 6.11 to 8.1.3) and boom. Every piece of code that is based on node.js stopped working. Rest of the story can be found here. This weekly report […]