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One of the most important components of modern online apps is performance. As developers, we employ a variety of ways to improve application speed and user experience. Debouncing and throttling, for example, are two basic yet effective approaches for improving speed in JavaScript applications.
In this blog, we will be understanding debounce and throttling in Javascript.
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The JavaScript environment is quite dynamic. New features, attributes, or techniques are introduced on a regular basis. The issue is that not every JavaScript environment (which is a web browser) keeps up with implementation and updates.
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The promise is one of the most important concepts to understand in JavaScript, but it is also one of the most difficult to grasp. In JavaScript, promise to help us handle asynchronous operations.



The concept of asynchronous in JavaScript allows us to divide large projects into smaller tasks.
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If you've ever written a web app, you've probably used console.log(...), which prints data to the developer console and is useful for debugging, logging, and testing.

You can try running console.log(console) and you can see there are a lot more of the console objects.

This blog is about making your console experience a lot more interesting and leveling up the coding standard.
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A closure gives you access to an outer function’s scope from an inner function.

When an inner function is called, the function body remembers the environment in which it was created, not the environment in which it is called.
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In the Fourth Generation of Web browser wars, the main browser community, Internet Explorer 4 and Netscape Communicator 4 met with each other for searching solutions to the way of Event flow. Basically, both developer teams met with each other to discuss which way is more suitable for Event Flow.