JavaScript

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A Practical Guide to JavaScript Debugging

Being a UI developer, I’ve learned one thing: It doesn’t matter how carefully you write your code. Suppose you’ve double-checked that you defined and called all functions the right way or followed all the best practices. Even then you’ll see that a tiny variable can sneak behind and create an error. Now, suppose you find out that for some unknown reason a form validation or submit button isn’t working.

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JavaScript Tracing: How to Find Slow Code

Finding slow JavaScript code can be a tricky problem to solve. Small code changes can have a big impact on the performance of your code. Fortunately, many different approaches can help you nail down the exact source of the problem. In this post, you’ll learn about three methods that’ll bring you the results you’re seeking. You can trust manual code inspection, but that has its disadvantages.

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Top tips to improve JavaScript performance for faster websites

Performance is one of the most important concerns when developing an application. All software developers should monitor and improve performance in every layer of the application. From the database to the server-side language, there are plenty of opportunities for performance issues to arise, and the front end is certainly no exception. So that’s why today we’re talking about JavaScript performance and how to improve it.

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How to Fix JavaScript Errors

My computer programming teacher had always told me that 10% of our time is spent developing 90% of our application, and the other 90% of our time finishing the last 10% of our project. Even with a good project plan and a concept that makes logical sense, most of our time will be consumed with fixing errors. Moreover, with JavaScript, our application can run without obvious errors preventing it from being run, so we have to employ several techniques to make sure everything is running smoothly.

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How to Fix JavaScript Errors

My computer programming teacher had always told me that 10% of our time is spent developing 90% of our application, and the other 90% of our time finishing the last 10% of our project. Even with a good project plan and a concept that makes logical sense, most of our time will be consumed with fixing errors. Moreover, with JavaScript, our application can run without obvious errors preventing it from being run, so we have to employ several techniques to make sure everything is running smoothly.

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Instana Adds JavaScript Stack Trace Translation to Website Monitoring

The majority of organizations will ship production JavaScript code both minified and bundled into a single source file in order to speed up page load time. When reading JavaScript stack traces in production this is problematic due to the original source code being obfuscated and results in the stack trace becoming unreadable and unusable.