On March 30 we found out that the ‘request’ module is going into Maintenance Mode. This popular and long standing module for Node apps is considered hard to change and modernize without breaking things. That is why ‘request’ Node module for HTTP requests is going into Maintenance Mode. Meet its alternatives!
Remember our tiny note about Vue vs React? The dilemma lies in that fact that we love Vue, but currently spend more time developing in React. In fact, we appreciate both. But today we decided to turn our attention to Angular, which is still playing a significant role and is in use by many large enterprises. Let’s take a primary comparison of Vue.js and Angular.js.
Dan Abramov shares a lot of good stuff in his ‘Overreacted’ blog. For example, recently we shared with you his post about React’s useEffect. But one source is not a scale for people who work in the field. And as a software development agency, we are constantly monitoring for new knowledge sources. Today we will present you high-quality open source software from React Training we found on Github.
Using Rails you can sometimes face some tricky situations. For example, the normal flow of visiting a website is that you load a page and if you want to see new information you have to either reload the page to update it or click a link to visit a different page. But what if you don’t want this page to reload? This is where AJAX comes in. In this article, we would tell you about using AJAX with Rails.
If you want to know more about Angular, you can read our blog articles. We are constantly looking for new interesting tools you can implement in your work. Today that’s Dynamic Components with Content Projection in Angular.
Sometimes web application with React deals with a large amount of data. And its rendering might affect the whole application performance. But this time we have React-window for rendering large lists and tabular data! This tool aimed at rendering only the items in the list that are currently visible!
Earlier we added Quasar framework to the list of the 21 best Vue.js UI libraries. Now we’re happy to announce that Quasar-Framework v1.0 is expected at the end of January 2019!