Cain-Stack a Full-Stack JS template to quickly build native cross platform applications with web technologies. Based on CouchDB, Angular, Ionic & NestJS. Offline Storage, native APIs and authentication included.

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How to set up a CI/CD Pipeline for a node.js app with Github Actions

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Convert a Website into an API: Building a Serverless Web Scraper with the AWS Cloud Development Kit

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[AskJS] I made a manga web scraper

https://www.npmjs.com/package/@pepeenv/manganelo

This is my first project, hope this will help me to be a better developer

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[AskJS] Using console.time to calculate the time it takes a block of code to execute

Hi All,

I have recently become interested in the web performance side of web development. I’m wondering if the way I’m calculating the amount of time it takes a block of code to run correct and trustworthy?

Essentially what I do is wrap a console.time(), and a console.timeEnd around a block of code like so.

function copyToClipboard1(e) { console.time('Exec #1'); const clipboard = emailInput; clipboard.value = this.value; clipboard.select(); document.execCommand("copy"); console.timeEnd('Exec #1'); } 

This then returns something like this Navigator #1: 0.0869140625ms. Is this an efficient way of calculating the speed of a code block. The result each time are usually similar enough?

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