Sometimes on the data processing project, it is needed to work with a large amount of code or other text which is similar but still is different enough. So, it is not viable to extract it into the callable function.
Recently I have solved a problem which was bugging me for some time. I guess there are many reasons which can cause this problem and also there are many solutions to it, however, I will share my solution here and, hopefully, it will help someone else at least to start digging in the right direction. So I am using VisualStudio Code for my JS editing, Gulp to automate the build which mainly takes application files from the src folder, passes them through the Babel transpiler…Continue Reading “VS Code and Gulp: Solving the “Breakpoint ignored because generated code not found” problem”
Angular 1.x has no dependencies and therefore it’s OK to include it with Webpack’s option noParse. This idea I have learnt in the great online screencast (Russian) devoted to Webpack. The option noParse instructs Webpack not to analyze the source code of the included program and not to inject any dependencies to it. This can boost the performance when dealing with big libraries which have no dependencies and export global variables to communicate with other parts of the system. And indeed, Angular is huge, it…Continue Reading “Angular 1.x has no dependencies and therefore it’s OK to include it with Webpack’s noParse option. So wrong.”