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Danni, Johny and the Java Feature Flag Problem

What is Feature Toggle Imagine you are building a new feature for your Java application. You want to test the feature with a small group of users before you roll it out to everyone. You could do this by creating two versions of your application, one with the new feature enabled and one with the new feature disabled. But this would require you to deploy two different versions of your application to... »

Benchmarking String Literal (“”) vs Template Literal (“) – using Performance.now()

Let’s talk about String in JavaScript. There are 2 ways developers can define a string: a. Using┬áString Literal const str = "Hello " + "world!"; b. Using┬áTemplate Literal const worldText = "world!" const str = `Hello ${worldText}`; So, have you ever wondered what the difference between the tow? Which one do you usually use? Is the one you’re using better? Let’s find out by doing ... »