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Digital data has become a big part of our lives for the last decade, and it shows no signs of stopping at any point in the future. Backing up your data is the process of copying your data and storing it in a safe place to be used in case the original version faces any problems. These issues can be ransomware attacks, accidental deletions, or hardware failures. If you encounter such a problem, you can restore your data using your backup. This makes backing up your data very important to ensure the smooth running of all operations.

In recent years, React.js has gained immense popularity as a front-end framework that facilitates the creation of intricate and dynamic user interfaces. However, debugging React.js applications can be challenging, especially for those new to the framework. It is essential to understand the various debugging tools, techniques, and best practices that can make the process more manageable. Let’s dive into the most effective tools and best practices for debugging React.js applications. Whether you are a beginner or a senior developer of React.js, this post will provide valuable insights on how to debug React.js applications effectively.

You must have a basic understanding of Javascript programming language if you wish to create microservices for real-world applications using NodeJS. In this article, we'll be building a microservice using a unique combination of external APIs and Node.js.

Recently, smartphones have allowed us to perform more and more tasks without computers, scanners, or other devices. It's much faster and more convenient. You don't have to get up from the couch or look for places that provide special services. It also helps to save money and free up space on the writing table. Your small mobile device allows you to do many things: connect with friends via social media, follow the news, apply for a job, buy things, even scan documents and make a PDF from photos.

The remote workforce has been more common since the pandemic forced the shift in work environments. BPO companies more commonly used it, but now, almost every industry offers remote work options. Especially since people found more benefits from working remotely, it's become a preferred environment.

A large majority of cloud users (businesses and individuals) think that the service provider is the sole party responsible for security. However, this is not the case.

The service provider must indeed create a secure environment for users and make sure all its defense systems are up-to-date and running, but users also bear some responsibility. Plus, when running computers and resources in AWS, which is a rather complex cloud environment, you need to step up your security game if you want your data to be safe.