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Archive Archive for May, 2019


Gutenberg’s Fundamentals – The Benefits and Disadvantages

Posted on May 31st, 2019.

Introduction Gutenberg is a page creator introduced in place of the TinyMCE editor, and implemented in WordPress version below 5.0. The main idea of the new tool is to be able to edit/build web pages using blocks and to make WordPress a more intuitive environment for creating web pages. Adding such a tool to WordPress is intended to...


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React vs Angular – a Quick Comparison.

Posted on May 27th, 2019.

To make it simple, React is the library made by Facebook, while Angular is a full-fledged MVC framework developed by Google. From the educational point of view, React is much easier to learn, but it’s still only a library. Angular may be harder, but once you learn it, you have the knowledge of the entire MVC framework. From the technical...


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How To Increase Development Productivity

Posted on May 20th, 2019.

Like it or not – people work better if you motivate them, and work badly if you don’t. On top of that, many developers are self-motivated until they spend more time in the company, and becoming lazy by nature. Understanding professionalism seems obvious, but after a while, people becoming more personal about their work, getting...



Getting Started with GatsbyJS + Styled Components + Storybook

Posted on May 2nd, 2019.

Introduction Let me show you how to use GatsbyJS with Styled Components and Storybook. Gatsby is a framework generator built with React and GraphQL. This is a static-site generator which helps you build blazing fast websites and apps. To front-end side, I will use Styled Components – the library which allows writing CSS styled in...