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10 Questions To Ask a React Consultancy Agency

Posted on September 18th, 2019.

How to make sure you choose the right React agency? We all know testimonials, Clutch reviews, rate stars, and other ways to increase our image and look more trustworthy on the internet. But today, marketing is more overwhelming and easier to apply than ever. You can just go on the internet, and make a nice logo for free, another free...

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JavaScript

How To Use Memoization in JS and React?

Posted on September 10th, 2019.

First things first, Memoization is caching. But “caching” is a general term, and memoization is a specific form of caching. It is an optimization technique, which speeds up apps by caching the results of function calls and returning the stored result when the same arguments are supplied again. When you should apply Memoization? It can...

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React TL;DR

React TL;DR #2 – A Human Filter For Most Useful React Content

Posted on September 3rd, 2019.

What is React TL;DR? How do you decide which React news can be useful to you? Or how something matches your interest or bring any value? Content tools are easy to fool and collect a lot of crap that doesn’t really help or improve your work and this is why we decided to select the most useful React news ourselves. Our TL;DR version...

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Calculating Cost and Benefits of Hiring React Agency vs In-house React Developer

Posted on August 28th, 2019.

Meet Bran and Juliette. Bran is a startup CTO, and Juliette is a huge IT company CTO. Bran just bootstrapped funds on his life project for National Health Care. He wants to build the biggest medical assistance portal in the UK, which is in high demand based on the research he did. Juliette’s company did similar research, with the same...

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JavaScript

How To Write A Better React Code

Posted on August 13th, 2019.

“The first draft of anything is shit” Said Ernest Hemingway, and even if this guy had nothing to do with React, or even Commodore, he knew exactly that the first creative act, is almost always, not well-thought-out and hard to understand by anybody except the author. I suppose this is a great place to start and as a number one rule:...

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React TL;DR

React TL;DR #1 – A Human Filter For Most Useful React Content

Posted on August 7th, 2019.

What is React TL;DR? How do you decide which React news can be useful to you? Or how something matches your interest or bring any value? Content tools are easy to fool and collect a lot of crap that doesn’t really help or improve your work and this is why we decided to select the most useful React news ourselves. Our TL;DR version...

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CTO Guide

Evaluation of React Developer’s Performance – Questionnaire and Form.

Posted on August 1st, 2019.

Onboarding is a great way to help the new developer get to work from his first days. Evaluation, on the other hand, is a great way to check up on his performance, after a while. Both are crucial in the first months. Well-prepared will help you decide if the new developer is a good match for your organization. But it shouldn’t be used...

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Is Native dying? – Why it’s better to build a PWA instead of Native app in 2019.

Posted on June 21st, 2019.

Are we getting close to the end of Native? There was a battle between PWA and Native apps for a while, but it quickly switched to “Why PWA vs Native is the wrong question?”. Before the golden age of PWA, when you had a product, you wanted to build a “Web version + Android app + iOS app” for it. But since PWA is becoming more and more...

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JavaScript

React vs Vue – A Quick Comparison

Posted on June 7th, 2019.

One of the hottest battles on the front-end market is a battle between React and Vue. Both are easy to learn, easy to use, efficient, and exceptionally fast. Both are also: view libraries component-based using virtual DOM building native apps very flexible generating clean code So what makes one better than another? Here are the few...

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WordPress

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...