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PHP came into limelight after internet took center-stage in the early 2000’s. Being the interpreted language it is, it helped to develop more inter-operable and agile applications ever since its inception.
This article has a selection of super useful tools to implement as a part of a Node.js project’s CI/CD pipeline. It covers both the infrastructure side (tools like TravisCI, Jenkins, and so on) as well as supplementary CI/CD tools like Greenkeeper, Coveralls, and more.
Jack Franklin describes a set of tips and best practices for creating and organizing React applications in a scalable way.
Mikeal Rogers, Alex Sexton, and Rachel White discuss the P2P web — including WebRTC, WebTorrent, and IPFS. They also get into React and React VR and the project of the week, PouchDB. Listen In!
How and why atomic pieces of code should be composed together as lego bricks to form any kind of functionality.
TestCafe v0.15.0 release happened just now. Take a look at the new Docker image and support for proxy servers.
I would like to shed some light over a tool I’ve discovered a while ago. Ladies and gents, with a great pleasure, I present to you — NativeScript.
Compare download graphs for npm packages such as Angular vs React vs Vue vs Polymer vs CycleJS, or Radium vs Galmor. Now supporting scoped packages!
This week we see what’s changing in the world of react from F8, explore ReactVR, try to figure out Relay Modern and much more!
Tim Severien looks at different possibilities for code reuse with ES2015 classes, exploring various ways of implementing multiple inheritance in ES6.
At various times of our programming career each of us has faced with a spaghetti oriented implementation - either in the first coding steps or later maintaining other’s code. [more inside]
Let’s take a look at the available options & tools to debug Node.js:
After upgrading my open source project, “Echoes Player”, to work with the latest stable angular-cli 1.0 version (wrote an article about it), I set down to refactor the application’s code. I always like to look at implementations few times and experiment with several approaches. This time, I wanted to take advantage of ngrx/effects observables and understand how those can be reused. In this post I’m sharing my take on reusing ngrx/effects in order to communicate between two different reducers.
Intertwining your cross platform mobile applications with your Estimote beacons couldn’t be easier!
formly-form Component and the
FormlyConfig service are very powerful and bring unmatched maintainability to your applications forms.
A functional alternative to rxjs
In depth tutorial about how tree-shaking works and how to overcome culprits with Webpack 2
A tutorial explaining how to get a TypeScript and React app up and running with Webpack as the build tool and Jest for testing.
Super easy and reliable message consumption via AMQP protocol. Track consumer state, reconnects automatically, allows for easy implementation of graceful shutdown