Yes, it's possible to use the new Microsoft Edge browser to emulate older IE! For me, this is useful for development and troubleshooting. I'm writing these based on my experience in using the
Source code breakdown and explanation of how particular open source software packages work. Articles tag here are generally software packages we've dissected and walked through to illistrate the composition and structure of the open source software.
For an upcoming article, I'm investigating the source code to Ghost - the platform this blog (and many others) run on. I found this code in main/core/server/web/shared/index.js
I decided to follow this up for two main reasons. First and foremost, there was an error in the original code I posted and I couldn't remember if that error existed in the code I actually tested with or if it was introduced during my writing of the article.
In this part, we take a closer look at the implementation of pg-promise, dissecting some basic components.
Vitaly Tomilov's pg-promise is a fantastic example of a well ran, well written open source project. This is part 1 of this set where we go through Tomilov's code and learn about how pg-promise is put together and architected.