In our previous series on unit testing techniques using Sinon.js, we covered how we can use
reduce() functions bring a bit of functional programming to Python. All three of these are convenience functions that can be replaced with List Comprehensions or loops, but provide a more elegant and short-hand approach to some problems.
Before continuing, we'll go over a few things
In this tutorial, we are going to take a look at Node's native
EventEmitter class. You'll learn about events, what you can do with an
EvenEmitter, and how to leverage events in your application.
We'll also cover what other native modules extend from the
EventEmitter class and some examples
There are multiple ways of formatting Strings in Java. Some of them are old-school and borrowed directly from old classics (such as
printf from C) while others are more in the spirit of object-oriented programming, such as the
In this article, we'll gloss over several of these
SCP stands for Secure Copy Protocol. It is a tool that can be used to transfer files from a local host to a remote host, from a remote host to a local host, or between two remote hosts. In this article, we'll examine how to use SCP to copy
print() function is typically used to display text either in the command-line or in the interactive interpreter, depending on how the Python program is executed. However, we can change its behavior to write text to a file instead of to the console.
In this article, we'll examine the
Customers and key stakeholders place a lot of trust in the reliability of your web application. They trust that their data is secure from unwanted access on the servers, while still seamlessly allowing wanted access while they’re using it.
Many things can happen to compromise data-safety and application