Five VSCode Extensions All Programmers Need

VSCode is a text editor developed by Microsoft Corporation. If you are new to programming, VSCode is a great choice because it has features like the inbuilt terminal to run your program and integrated Git version control. No matter what languages you code in or what project you are up to, here are some of our favourite VSCode extensions you might find useful.

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How To Exit App On Back Press | Ionic 4

Beginners in Ionic 4 Android development will encounter a problem wherein the app does not exit on back press from the root component. In this article, we show you how to achieve the same from any component in your Ionic 4 app.

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So Long, Google Plus

Google Plus is finally gone with a message “thank you for making Google+ such a special place.” Indeed, Google Plus was home to many with over 395 million monthly active users, according to Dustin Stout. Earlier last year, Google announced the doomsday (2nd April) for Google Plus, on the aftermath of a serious data breach that exposed personal data of some million users.

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Generate Random Numbers | Programming Basics

Many-a-times our coding projects require us to generate random numbers between an upper and lower limit. In this article, you will learn how to do the same in six most popular programming languages – C++, C#, Java, Python, JS and PHP. Let’s get started.

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JavaScript: Let and Const Explained

ECMAScript 6 (ES6), also colloquially known as JavaScript 6, is the latest standard of JavaScript as introduced in 2015. ES6 came with many important features, such as arrow functions and spread and rest operations, which we will cover in the near-future. Today, we will discuss the new declaration statements let and const and why we require them.

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