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What’s GatsbyJS… actually?

Posted on October 22nd, 2019.

By official definition: Gatsby is a free and open-source framework based on React that helps developers build blazing-fast websites and apps. It’s also the most loved static site generator by developers because of the latest tech stack and great documentation. Static Progressive Web Apps 🚀 STATIC = BLAZINGLY FAST 🚀 GatsbyJS is a static...

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Why should you go for GatsbyJS?

Posted on October 14th, 2019.

Mostly because of its hyper-performance, scalability, and safety. Generally, it makes the fastest website on earth and is highly development-friendly. In a way, a technological win-win. If you are a business person, it makes your website highly competitive: makes your website as fast as a blink of an eye – bounce rate from loading...

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How GatsbyJS can help your business to overtake competition?

Posted on October 9th, 2019.

What is Gatsby? Gatsby is a new hot, loved by developers tool to create blazingly fast websites. A few days ago it received $15M of funding. It’s a serious business but let’s check how it can impact your business? GatsbyJS in numbers 25000 – contributors 38000 – GitHub Stars 2015 – date of birth $15m –...

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VS Code Tricks – How To Work Faster

Posted on October 9th, 2019.

VS Code is a free and simple source code editor with powerful developer tooling, like IntelliSense code completion and debugging. Let’s have a look at a few tricks we can use to make our development faster and more pleasant. As I’m working on Mac on a daily basis, I will use a cmd  button, but most of the commands should work with ctrl ...

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React TL;DR #3 – Most Useful React Content From September 2019

Posted on October 1st, 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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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 #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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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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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...