Image for post
Image for post

This article is for those getting started with learning to build web applications with HTML, CSS and JavaScript. If you want to store some data to a web application without getting into server-side code and databases, I will show you how you can persist your data using local storage.

Before I explain what local storage is, we must first take a look at the window object.

The Window Object

The window object represents a browser window that contains a DOM document. This object is created automatically by the browser. …

Image for post
Image for post

If you’re trying to learn how to incorporate ag-Grid into your React application, you’ve made it to the right place.

In this article, I will cover both the client-side and server-side implementations of ag-Grid. I will explain all the necessary parts, and how to integrate both implementations into a React application.

For those new to ag-Grid, it is a feature-rich JavaScript data grid that supports major JavaScript frameworks like React, Angular, and Vue.

I’ve linked some popular features listed in the ag-Grid documentation:

Client Side Implementation

The client-side implementation is pretty straightforward. …

Image for post
Image for post
This tutorial will have set you up with a full stack project in 6 steps

I wanted to create a full stack project that had a simple backend with some data and a frontend to display it. That’s it.

The objective is not really to get into the details of CRUD operations, creating APIs or the other fundamentals concepts that come with developing a full stack application. It is to simply express the bare minimum of what is necessary to achieve communication between the two components.

What I will cover is how to:

  1. Create a spring project for the backend using spring initializr
  • Create spring project
  • Create JPA entities that represent the model
  • Set up…

Martina Carter

I like to simplify software development concepts

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store