Posts Tagged "Components"

What is Application Performance Monitoring (APM)?

Application Performance Monitoring (APM), as the name suggests, is the process of monitoring the performance of the many aspects of your application. When an end-user logs into your application, for even just one web page to load on their device,

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Laravel component Media Library

Media Library can associate files with Eloquent models. You can, for instance, associate images with a blog post model. In your Blade view, you can retrieve URLs to the associated images. It can handle multiple collections, work with multiple filesytems,

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Laravel 8 is just released!

Laravel 8 is now released and includes many new features including Laravel Jetstream, a models directory, model factory classes, migration squashing, rate-limiting improvements, time testing helpers, dynamic blade components, and many more features. Before we jump into the new features,

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Lazy Loading Component Feature

Lazy Loading React Components

  Let’s take a look at how you can leverage this feature in your application in order to improve performance and build a better experience for users. As always, when building with components it’s useful to organize them in a

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10 React component libraries you should know in 2018

The popularity of React seems to be ever growing. React is leading in popularity in Stack overflow’s 2017 most loved component libraries. React’s virtual DOM, the ability to declaratively describe a user interface and model the state of that interface,
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11 Angular component libraries you should know in 2018

According to Stack Overflow’s 2017 survey, Angular remains the world’s most popular front-end framework. Angular’s framework approach is to keep most of the magic under the hood, providing tooling and best practices on top. Angular encourages you to use components,
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