What is memoization?
Memoization is a technique in programming where the results of expensive function calls are cached so that if the same inputs occur again, the cached result is returned instead of re-computing the result, which can improve performance.
What is Object Destructuring?
What is Same Origin Policy?
The Same Origin Policy is a security measure in web browsers that restricts web pages from making requests to a different domain than the one that served the web page. This policy helps prevent unauthorized data access and enhances security on the web.
What is prototypal Inheritance?
What are arrow functions?
What is the use of the "debugger" keyword?
Last Updated : 24 Aug 2023