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Hello people and welcome to my next post in “The JavaScript Ecosystem” Blog Series. In this article, I have tried to implement dynamic input validation using plain ES6 JavaScript. From the time since I have begun working on JavaScript frameworks, I have observed that most of the available frontend libraries do provide some kind of “state management” features that can be used to handle input validations in a web application. Frameworks like Angular, Vue, and libraries like React provide tools to bind your error status to a Component’s state and then conditionally render an error message as per the Component…


Greetings to all my readers and I hope all of you are staying safe and healthy. Let’s dive into the first library/framework of this blog series “Aurelia”. Now since the web is populated with posts on React, Angular, and Vue, I decided to explore a not-so-popular library AureliaJS. Enjoy learning!

Introduction

Aurelia is an Open-Source JavaScript framework designed to create Single Page Applications and create the User Interface of web applications. It consists of a collection of Modern JavaScript Feature-Oriented Modules like Dependency Injection, Binding, Templating, Router, and more. …


Hello and welcome to my new blog series on the JavaScript Ecosystem. I hope you and everyone in your acquaintance are staying safe and healthy in these unprecedented times. I am starting this blog series as a part of a new venture of exploring and practically implementing different libraries in JavaScript and Node.js. I wish to structure this series in a way that assists web developers in exploring and getting started with a new library, framework, or technical concept. Hope you guys enjoy learning!

Introduction

In the first blog post of this series, let’s not talk about any libraries and frameworks…


As my first Medium blog post and many more to come sooner or later, I would like to introduce myself. I am a Software Engineer practicing web development and data science. As a graduate student, I have worked on a wide variety of projects covering a diverse technical stack. For students and even professionals, in my future blog posts, I will try to encompass the problems I faced in a particular project and how I attempted to resolve it. With that being said, let’s dive into the topic.

In this article, I will talk about how I approached the deployment…

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