Earlier days of coding required developers to write hundreds of lines of code just to develop a single-page application. This usually involved the traditional Document Object Model (DOM) structure. Making changes to these applications was a challenging and tedious task, as developers had to manually search for the element to…

Containers started their journey way back in the late 70s. However, application containerization really started gaining momentum at the beginning of the last decade, and it has been up since then. With the advent of Docker and Kubernetes, most of us started deploying and scaling on distributed platforms using containers…

A front-end framework plays a crucial role in deciding the success of any application. No matter how efficient the product is, if it doesn’t have a User Interface (UI) that is interactive and well-organized, the chances of its success are very slim. However, you don’t have to worry about that…

Writing a simple, clean, and efficient code is the most desirable quality that every developer seeks. Most of the time, there is an unused code that floats around when you import and export modules in JavaScript. The concept of tree shaking, or dead code elimination plays a great role as…

content controls with OfficeJS

Content controls are the defined regions within a document that are utilized for containing specific content. Multiple day-to-day applications use content controls. Consider an online form with a drop-down list containing particular options to choose from for the user. Here, content controls can give the instructional text to users. Not…

Jenkins is a self-contained, open source, automation tool written in Java and has plugins mostly built for continuous integration purposes. You can automate all types of tasks related to building, testing, and deploying software with Jenkins. DevOps is all about speeding up the software development and release process. And Jenkins…

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