What is AngularJS ?

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AngularJS released in 2012. Misko Hevery, a Google employee, started to work with AngularJS in 2009. The idea turned out very well, and the project is now officially supported by Google. AngularJS is a very powerful JavaScript Framework. It is used in Single Page Application (SPA) projects. It extends HTML DOM with other attributes and…

What is jQuery ?

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jQuery is a fast and short JavaScript Library created by John Resig in 2006 with a nice motto − Write less, do more. jQuery is a JavaScript toolkit designed to make simpler various tasks by writing less code. jQuery simplifies HTML document traversing, event handling, animating, and Ajax interactions for rapid web development. Here is the…

What is JavaScript ?

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JavaScript uses some of the same ideas found in Java, the compiled object-oriented programming language in the same category as C and C++. JavaScript code can be embedded in HTML pages and interpreted by the Web browser (or client) . JavaScript can also be run at the server as in Microsoft’s Active Server Pages before…

Bootstrap

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Bootstrap is the most popular HTML, CSS, and JS framework for developing responsive, mobile first projects on the web. Bootstrap makes front-end web development faster and easier. It’s made for folks of all skill levels, devices of all shapes, and projects of all sizes.   It’s not just the content on the web, or the…

What is css?

what is css?

CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets, but that’s not too important. What you do need to know is that CSS it got to do with the styling of a website. In any website, HTML contains the headings paragraphs, lists, and images – so all the text and the images, and CSS determines how that would…

What is Html?

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HTML stands for Hyper Text  Markup Language. The Hyper component really just means better than, so superior than regular text. The Markup aspect refers to the tagging. Inside the language. Here’s an example of HTML tagging. Tags are encapsulated inside of < and > signs, and they’re closed with a /.