As with any programming language, platform, or tool, the first step to using it is getting it installed. Many of them typically come with a speedy way to upgrade when a new version is available.
By default, there’s not a way to upgrade the version of Node.js you’ve got from within Node.js itself. That said, there’s a fantastic tool for the community called nvm that allows you to manage the versions of Node.js that you’ve got installed locally.
David Marcus, VP of Messaging Products at Facebook, gave a talk at Web Summit in November about Facebook’s involvement with chat bots, and it was quite clear Facebook has big plans for enabling customers and business owners to integrate not only customer support into Messenger chat but also some interactions which you would expect to […]
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In this blog post, I want to show you how you can move from an existing Angular application using SystemJS to an application with webpack.
Imagine the following application:
In the last post, we talked about regex, and see how to use them in sed and awk for text processing. Additionally, we discussed Linux sed commands and awk commands. During the series, we’ve written small shell scripts, but we didn’t mix things up. I think we should take a small step and write a shell script that can be somewhat useful.
The main reason for learning to write a shell script is to be able to create your own Linux utilities. Understanding how to write useful and practical scripts is important. Sometimes, however, it helps to do something fun to learn a concept or skill. The scripts in this post can be lots of fun! And they help empower the concepts behind the script.