Posts Tagged "Web Development"

Prototyping with Angular

    There are many prototyping tools in the marketplace today, and Angular isn’t one that usually comes to mind. We chose Angular for a few reasons: Reusable code Greentea CRM was built with Angular as its underlying framework. Using Angular

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AdonisJS: Templating, Authentication and Validators

In our previous post about AdonisJS we had covered introduction, installation, modeling, creating and displaying content, creating and deleting task. Let’s move on remaining part of it with this post. A bit of templating Our application is going to grow.

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AdonisJS: A full featured node framework for modern web servers

  Node is becoming one of the most elected choices by developers for modern web servers. You can build web servers in various elegant ways, using up-to-date tools such as ExpressJS. However, a lot of developers had a hard time

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React Apollo vs Redux + REST: Implementing the same feature twice

Why we had to do the same feature twice Because of the way things have evolved in Wix, we have separate developers working on web and mobile. In mobile we are using React Native, so theoretically the same person could

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What To Expect In Angular 8

What To Expect In Angular 8

March and April have come and gone without a final Angular 8 release, so we’re now past the Angular team’s original target ship date. Many Angular developers were expecting a final release during ng-conf. There was also plenty of exciting Angular news

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Laravel 5.8.12 released with duplicates collection and other new features

The Laravel team released the 400th release of Laravel (v5.8.12) recently with a new duplicates() collection method and other new features, fixes, and changes to the framework. First, a new duplicates() method was added to the Illuminate\Support\Collection class: It works

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React Tutorial: Hooks and Performance

Hooks are quite possibly the most eagerly awaited addition to React since the rewrite. Does the product live up to the hype? From my perspective, yes, as they really are a great feature. They are essentially functions that open up
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React Components: that can help you create amazing websites.

React components are small, reusable pieces of code that return a React element to be rendered to the page. The simplest version of the React component is a plain JavaScript function that returns a React element. Components can be broken down
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Laravel Dusk

Laravel Dusk: browser automation & PHP to programmatically surf the web

Laravel Dusk provides an expressive, easy-to-use browser automation and testing API. By default, Dusk does not require you to install JDK or Selenium on your machine. Instead, Dusk uses a standalone ChromeDriver installation. However, you are free to utilize any
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What’s coming in Vue.js 3.0?

Vue 3.0 – based on the reports, it looks faster, smaller, and easier to maintain than before and much more. We take a look at what’s ready for release, what needs more work, and how we’ll tackle the road ahead
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