Different `String` function behavior in Chromium and Safari

If you run the following code in the browser console, then you get different results in Chromium and Safari. String(function() { <!– }).length Chromium returns: 19 Safari returns: 20 Why? Note 1 Running via the StackOverflow code editor will deliver the same output, regardless of browser, probably due to the various levels of mediation between… Read More Different `String` function behavior in Chromium and Safari

how to write good anchors in react.js

I had code in react js but the are problem to write anchor with href . form example this below code import React from "react"; function Browser() { return ( <div> <section className="flex bg-gray-100 py-16 px-4" id="browse-the-room"> <div className="container mx-auto"> <div className="flex flex-start mb-4"> <h3 className="text-2xl capitalize font-semibold"> browse the room <br className="" /> that… Read More how to write good anchors in react.js

I am trying to fetch information from phpmyadmin database, but in browser it's showing cannot get/employee and in command prompt there is no error

const { json } = require(‘express/lib/response’); const mysql=require (‘mysql’); const express=require(‘express’); var app=express(); const bodyparser=require(‘body-parser’); app.use(bodyparser.json()); var mysqlConnection=mysql.createConnection({ host:’localhost’, user: ‘root’, password:”, database: ’employee_db’ }); mysqlConnection.connect((err)=>{ if(!err) { console.log("DB connection is successfull"); } else{ console.log("DB connection failed "+JSON.stringify(err,undefined,2)); } }); app.listen(8000,()=>console.log(‘Express server is running on port number: 8000’)); app.get(‘/employess’,(res,req)=>{ mysqlConnection.query(‘SELECT * FROM EMPLOYEE’,(err,rows,fields)=>{ if(!err) {… Read More I am trying to fetch information from phpmyadmin database, but in browser it's showing cannot get/employee and in command prompt there is no error