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JavaScript — Create Array from AsyncIterable

JavaScript has supported async iterators since ES2018. All modern browser versions handle async iterables and Node.js can do it since version 10.x. Async iterables have a positive aspect and a drawback at the same time: you need to consume them to know the result. That means you can’ …

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JavaScript — Cache Computation Results in a Local Variable

We’re using a small performance optimization in our code bases: caching computation results in local variables. Saving results in a local variable is borrowed from the memoization technique. Memoizing values improves the performance of function execution by storing the results and reusing them for a function call. This tutorial …

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fetch — Detect Network Error

We’re building a Vue.js application for a client project. This Vue.js app uses the useFetch composable from VueUse. This composable uses the browser’s fetch to send requests to a given URL and handle the responses. We wanted to integrate handling in the Vue.js app to …

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MySQL — Add Days to a Datetime

MySQL supports dates and date times as column types. It’s a nice way to keep track of when things happen or should happen. Working with dates and times can be hard, but adding days to a date time column value isn’t. This tutorial shows you how to add …

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JavaScript — Prevent Line Breaks in String Template Literals

Template literates in JavaScript are delimited with backticks and allow you to create string interpolation and multi-line strings. A multi-line string with template literals is convenient because you can add words and line breaks without concatenating strings using a + across lines. A downside of multi-line strings in template literals: it …

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