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Posts about Development

vue3d

Product Design  Development  Vue.js 

Building a 3D Editor with Vue.js: Designing a Reactive Entity System
Being a frontend developer working on dozens of Web projects, it's fairly easy to dissolve into the numbing monotony of dashboards, tables, and photo galleries. But every now and then, an unusual project appears,...
Krzysztof Jung
Easyship case study

Business  Development  AngularJS  Vue.js 

Easyship case study: How They Switched From AngularJS to Vue and Increased Website Performance by 37%
For any digital product, a website may either work as a well-oiled lead generation machine or slow down business growth if the execution is mangled.
Karolina Gawron
Cooleaf

Development  Ruby/Rails 

Working with Legacy Code: Cooleaf Refactor Case Study
It happens in the lifecycle of every product—some dead or duplicated code is slowing the project down, the team working on that particular product has changed, the technology and practices used have become outdated or...
Tobiasz Waszak
AngularJS entering LTS

React  Business  Development  Angular  AngularJS  Vue.js 

Long Term Support for AngularJS: What Are Viable Alternatives for Your App?
Having an AngularJS app in 2018 probably means one of two things: either the app has been abandoned and isn’t really used or you’ve been thinking about migrating to another framework, but the time and costs that would...
Karolina Gawron
node1

Development  Node.js 

Why and When Should You Consider Node.js for Your Next Project?
Node.js is still on track to take over the open source community. Big players from multiple enterprise-level organizations are either implementing it or considering it for their next platform. LinkedIn, Mozilla,...
Joanna Staromiejska
developers

Development  Node.js 

People to Watch If You're a Node.js Developer [Infographic]
Although nowadays we’re swamped with knowledge on more or less any topic we can imagine, it can still be hard sometimes to find reliable sources. In every industry, however, there is always a handful of individuals who...
Joanna Staromiejska
ALEXA

Development  IoT 

Developing a Skill for Amazon’s Alexa: the Conf Room Manager
Amazon Alexa, the popular voice assistant helping with everyday tasks, has become a best friend to many households in the US and elsewhere. The list of available features for Alexa, released by both Amazon and third...
Tomasz Kapłon
webperformance

Development  Ruby/Rails 

Actionable Tips to Improve Web Performance with Rails
Recently, I had a pleasure of attending the Wroclove.rb conference in Wrocław where one talk in particular caught my attention more than others. “Web Performance with Rails” by Stefan Wintermeyer was, in my opinion, the...
Radek Markiewicz
PWA

Development  User Experience  PWA 

“Should I Consider PWA?” Remarkable Possibilities of Progressive Web Apps
Have you heard about progressive Web apps? Of course you have. The whole Internet seems to be discussing them right now. And the subject got even hotter after Google I/O 18’ and a long-awaited confirmation that PWAs are...
Karolina Gawron
Rails image

Development  Ruby/Rails 

Why Is Choosing Good Solutions for Projects So Hard in Rails?
For a long time, I’ve been hearing a lot of criticism about the Rails way and some months ago my private experiences convinced me that I cannot find any use cases for that approach. It has developers build very fat...
Wojciech Maciejak
reactXP

React  Development  React Native 

How We Got a Web App for Free with React Native and ReactXP
Using ReactXP allowed us to develop a native mobile app for two platforms and a Web app simultaneously, essentially giving us the Web app for free. And now I'm going to tell you a story behind it.
Hubert Białęcki
tech-leading

Culture  Development 

Tech Leading—A Story of One Project in Four Acts
This is a story of how a day-to-day developer overcame his fears and came out of his comfort zone. Of how he and his team got into a project which code was so bad they cried a little when they saw it for the first time....
Mateusz Karbowiak
AR3

Development  Ruby/Rails 

Rails Aren’t Bad. Active Record Is.
Is there anyone out there in the Ruby community who doesn’t know Active Record? I don’t think so. Many of us start our adventure with Rails by writing AR models. And we write them a lot. We detect the N+1 issue many...
Wojciech Maciejak
SOLID

Development 

SOLID Principles Cheatsheet [Printable PDF]
In object-oriented programming, SOLID states for five design principles that help a developer build easy to extend and maintain software. In this article I’m not going to explain what’s hidden behind it though. It’s...
Zuzia Kusznir
egg

Development  DevOps 

Chicken or the Egg? Terraform’s Remote Backend
Recently, we have decided to expand our DevOps stack with the addition of Terraform for creating Infrastructure as Code manifests. It became obvious from the start that local backend is not an option, so we had to set...
Jan Dudulski
testing

QA  Development 

End-To-End Testing With CodeceptJS
One of the first things one learns as a quality assurance specialist is that there are three basic types of automated tests: unit, integration, and end-to-end tests.
Piotr Michalski
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