Currying is the technique of evaluating a function with multiple arguments, into evaluating a sequence of functions with single argument. That is partial application.
In other words, currying refers a process of breaking down a function that takes n arguments into n functions that each take single argument. Continue reading
Overview IndexedDB is an API for storing significant amounts of structured data in user’s browser. It helps to do high performance searches using indexes. The data stored in IndexedDB is persistent and work in online and offline. It provides both a synchronous and an asynchronous API. In practice, however, all current implementations are asynchronous, and … Continue reading
Overview There are of different ways to store data from website into your local machine, more specifically in your browsers. Most commonly used and traditional way is store data into cookies. There is some limitations and drawbacks are there when using cookies, some of them are, Cookies are limited to about 4 KB of data. … Continue reading
Originally posted on Will Lawrence's Blog:
The obvious way is to use a popular CDN, short for Content Delivery Network, such as Google’s. Dave Ward explains the reasons very well in his article, “3 reasons why you should let Google host jQuery for you” and his three main points are: Decreased Latency – CDN…
You may need to add maps during website development to satisfy various customer needs. Some one needs to locate their shop and branches,some one else wants to locate their clients worldwide etc. You can use bing maps as Facebook and Nokia does. But the real problem you are going to face is the lack of … Continue reading