We asked our open source community to share the comics they found most profoundly described coding, via our news site. Here are their 25 most upvoted comics.
This article will cover all the fundamental concepts you need to get good with the CSS Flexbox model.
ASYNC and DEFER are similar in that they allow scripts to load without blocking the HTML parser which means users see page content more quickly. But they do have differences.
Clickjacking, XSS and CSRF, exploits that have been around for 15+ years now and still form the basis for many vulnerabilities on the web today. If you spend any time around bug bounty programs you will notice similar patterns with these exploits, that many could have been prevented with just a few HTTP Headers in place.
The Big List of Naughty Strings is a list of strings which have a high probability of causing issues when used as user-input data.
In general you have to know that Task.Run is more restricted version of Task.Factory.StartNew. Task.Run sets default which fit for most common cases. Task.Factory.StartNew is there for advance scenarios.
In this article, we’re going to learn about the concept of the Observable: what they are, why we prefer them to other methods of handling data, how RxJS works within this context, and some real world examples of where they are used.