📄️ Argument vs arguments
An argument is the value of the built-in arguments object.
📄️ Argument vs Parameters
Arguments are the optional values you pass to a function through an invocator. And parameters are the names you assign to the values.
📄️ Array vs. Array-Like
An array-like object does not have built-in methods like map(), pop(), and forEach(). However, a regular array has those methods.
📄️ Array vs Object
An array bundles values that a user cannot name, while an object bundles values that a user can name.
📄️ Binary vs Bit vs Byte
Learn the differences between binary, bit, and byte.
📄️ call() vs apply() vs bind()
call(), apply(), and bind() make it possible for you to change the runtime binding of a function’s this keyword from one object to another.
📄️ CMS vs Web host vs WWW
Learn the differences between a Content Management System (CMS), web host, and the World Wide Web (WWW).
📄️ Declaration vs Initialization vs Invocation
Declaration means to declare the creation of variables and functions. Initialization occurs when you assign an initial value to a variable.
📄️ Document vs Data vs Code
The difference between document, data, and code is that a document holds data. Data is a page's content. And code is a computer's language.
📄️ Framework vs Library
Framework and libraries are pre-written codes. A framework is an app’s primary support system. A library is an app’s add-on feature.
📄️ Git vs GitHub
Git vs GitHub – Git helps record different versions of a file (or set of files). However, GitHub is used to host Git repositories online.
📄️ Git vs Working Directory
Git vs Working Directory - Git directory serves to record the files Git is tracking. However, a working folder can store any file type.
📄️ Inline vs Internal vs External CSS
Inline CSS styles only the element on which you used it. But internal and external CSS style multiple HTML elements.
📄️ Number vs Numeral vs Digit vs Character
Learn the differences between a number, numeral, digit, and character.
📄️ Pure Function vs Impure Function
An impure function is a function that contains one or more side effects. A pure function is a function without any side effects.
📄️ Text vs Font
Learn the differences between text and font.
📄️ text- vs font- Properties in CSS
Learn the differences between the CSS text- and font- properties.