It’s that time of the year again! Welcome to the best deals you can get on any digital product, service, coding courses, UI kits, software discounts, and more!

Black Friday will be this Friday 27th November and multiple companies and startups have already started giving huge discounts on their products already. Some run an entire week and some a few days, you decide what to purchase with a 40%, 80%, or (who knows) 90% off!

Here are some of the quite unique and the best deals you can grab to enhance your workflow for even better 2021.

1. 95% off on WrapPixel Templates

Alright then, so you have decided your path. You want to become a web developer this year.

Welcome to the vast ecosystem of the web! Great choice, but how will you become an awesome dev who loves taking challenges, can implement what needed by the client, or just knows how to debug and solve web-related problems?

The following content which you’re about to read will tell you all you need to know to get things done, professionally. Here’s how you can become a kickass web dev this year:

What is web development?

Before we jump some nitty-gritty of the languages and frameworks, it is…

Every developer needs resources! Whether you are just starting learning the most popular JavaScript library or you’re already a pro in it, there are an immense number of resources both free and paid from where you can take some inspiration, learn new concepts or just listen to some podcast.

Here, are some of the best ones out there which you as a React dev should bookmark and use it as a reference whenever needed. They range from courses to learn React to some of the coolest events happening worldwide.


  1. React Tutorial: Learn modern React from scratch, and practice in an…

React is an open-source, front-end, JavaScript library for building user interfaces or UI components. Just like Vuejs, It gives us the ability to create components, layouts etc in our application. In this article we will go through all the fundamentals of Reactjs in this React Cheat Sheet.


Using React in our application is quite easy as we can add it using the CDN or by using the CLI to install it from npm.

To add React using the CDN, add this script tags in your html

<script crossorigin src=""></script>
<script crossorigin src=""></script>

Or you can install it using NPM:


Angular is a TypeScript based open-source web application framework used in building both web and mobile based applications. In this article, we will go through some of the angular features by explaining some of its core API. You can follow this angular cheat sheet to build your project. We have tried to cover Angular CLI, Angular Lifecycle Hooks, Angular Routing and much more here.

Angular CLI

Angular gives us the ability to do a whole lot using their CLI. You can config the entire application by just using the CLI. Here are some of the commands:

  • npm install -g @angular/cli : This…

We have been witnessing the epic growth in technology within a decade. But what excites us mesmerising ability and infrastructure that has been build up. And we have also experienced the amazing features of react templates that is widely used for different projects. If you press a rewind button and look back things looked so clumsy and unstructured that we were not able to focus on productivity. We were also not able to focus on innovation, conceptual ideas, growth hacks, and an optimized approach over the traditional approach. …

In this tutorial you will learn and gain understanding of Vue.js lifecycle Hooks. you will also gain in-depth understanding of how components are created and destroyed behind the scenes.

Lifecycle hooks are the entry point to virtually all front-end frameworks out there, having a good understanding of when your components are created, mounted, updated and destroyed is essential to understanding the library reactivity.

Understanding Lifecycle Hooks in Vue.js is fairly easy. The diagram below is an illustration of a full lifecycle of a Vue.js component.

In this article, we will looking into some of the Nuxt essential and how we can use them in our application. It’s advisable to understand the basic of Vuejs before moving into Nuxt js. Before we start with our Nuxt Js Cheat Sheet, lets learn about Nuxt.

Nuxt.js is a free and open source web application framework based on Vue.js, Node.js, Webpack and Babel.js. The framework is advertised as a “meta-framework for universal applications”

Lets look at some of the essentials in Nuxt:

Installation of Nuxt Js

You can setup a new Nuxt projectby using the Nuxt toolkit of by setting it up from…

Vuejs has become one of the most successfully applied, loved and trusted frontend JavaScript frameworks among our community. The Vue3 comes with a whole lot of new features. In this article we will go through all the fundamentals of Vue2 and Vue3. Basically a Vue Cheat Sheet to make your life easier.

We will break it down our vue cheat sheet into different sections like global APIs, Vue Configs and the rest.


  • new Vue({}): This method provides the Vuejs instance an existing DOM element to mount on. This is where all your Vuejs Codes are defined
  • el: A CSS selector…

In this article we will be implementing something fun. We will be implementing the drag and drop feature in Vuejs. I know there are a whole lot of libraries out there that will help you set this up but its always a good idea to understand how its working under the hood.

Since its a very small application, we won’t be making use of the Vue CLI, rather we will be using the Vuejs script tag. This also gives us all the ability our CLI would give us.

Ready to use Vue Templates

If you are building web application in Vue, I would recommend to…

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