Most Common way to assign a variable to another variable is Assignment Operator (=). But this is one of the dangerous ways when you deal with computing the array of objects.
In the ocean of web development, we often come across many manipulations in arrays and objects, which eventually require assigning the original data and doing computation of that data in another variable without disturbing the original one, which is impossible while assigning the variable directly as it copies the reference of the original one.
It is nothing but a Copy of the original one with the same…
Being front-end developers, we have come across many challenges on a regular basis. we would have created many components in order to re-use them throughout our Web application. Basically, What is the difference between page and component? In simple words, Pages are a combination of components in most of the cases. Components are the minute piece of design which can be reused in any number of pages. To be related with Technical stuff, The component is a kind of module in a programming language that has its own functionality irrespective of other code. i.e. A module takes input and produces…
It is the management system that is used in development to maintain the files in systematic order. Like if we have several files and corresponding HTML and CSS files for that, it will be a difficult task.
To maintain all those files, Webpack is useful.
It bundles all the files and necessary configuration in it which is used for development.
Configurations of development are handled by Webpack, for example
If you want the changes to reflect immediately in the web here watch is used to do that.
To increase the target API timeout proxy is being used.
So make sure…
We know that the splice function in JS is used to remove one or more elements starting from any index of a given array. It can also be used to add elements at a particular index.
Syntax of Splice
array.splice(start[, deleteCount[, item1[, item2[, …]]]])
In general, there are three parameters:
1. Start — states at which index the element to be added or removed.
2. deleteCount — states how many elements to be removed from the index specified.
for example: if it is 1, it deletes the specified index
3. items — (optional) states what is the element to be…