Archive 2019/11

What Is React Concurrent Mode And Why You Will Love It?

Not long ago, Facebook introduced Concurrent Mode (on the day of writing this article it is still experimental). Concurrent Mode has been built with user and development experience in mind, but this time it looks like it really has a lot to offer, and is about to be a huge step forward for React. There […]

How to upgrade React Native to the latest version?

If you have a project in the version older than React Native 0.61, you should probably start thinking about upgrading it to the latest one. However, this is not an easy task. I’ve spent quite a few days with ups and downs, trying many methods, but success seems far away. Luckily, I got there, and […]

Finch Front-End Conference – What We Have Learned?

In September we had a great opportunity to meet Edinburgh for one of the most interesting front-end conferences in the world! Finch Front-End Conference! The agenda was quite long, but I will bring out more details from the speeches I loved the most and learned the most. To see the full agenda, go to Finch […]

7 Reasons Why You Should Be Using React

Few words about React If your still not yet fully familiar with React, it is so far the hottest and the most wanted JavaScript framework, that enables you to build highly performant and extremely user-friendly interfaces. Facebook released React as open-source in 2013. Since then the popularity of the framework was just emerging. Many big […]

What is JAMstack?

If you haven’t heard of JAMstack yet, don’t be worried. As an IT company, we’re always trying to find ways to bridge the gap between the world of development and what our clients do. This week we’re going to be taking a look at a development architecture that’s been taking our world by storm since […]

4 Reasons To Use React In 2020

Last few years React totally overtook all the other front-end competition in popularity, mostly thanks to the extreme focus on user experience and development simplicity. However, each and every technology is working to achieve the same goal, but there are small unfair advantages, that are putting React in a favorable position and make it better […]

Server-Side Rendering vs Client-Side Rendering

The difference between server side and client side rendering has a lot to do with google ranks, and we all love high Google ranks. But Google, on the other hand, loves short rendering time a lot, which gives fewer chances for heavy apps to position themselves well. Simply put – the more complex your React […]

Why your agency should use Gatsby?

What is Gatsby? Gatsby is a new hot tool to create blazingly fast websites which enables you to have a performance out of the box.This post is strict to the agencies, so if you want some longer introduction, go ahead and check another post with basic info about Gatsby. Why your agency should use Gatsby? […]

React TL;DR #4 – Most Useful React Content From October 2019

8 New ES10 (ES2019) Features by Example New features: Optional Catch Binding Object.fromEntries Array.flat Array.flatMap String#{trimStart,trimEnd} Dynamic Import globalThis object Introducing Concurrent Mode (Experimental) Concurrent Mode is a set of new features (still experimental!) that help React apps stay responsive and adjust to the user’s device capabilities and network speed. Features: Suspense for Data Fetching […]

How To Start With GatsbyJS – part 3: Gatsby Image

This article is part 3 of “How to start with Gatsby JS” series. Step 6. Gatbsy Image One of the most important advantages of Gatsby is it works very fast. Many delays in loading pages are caused by too big and non-optimized images. Gatsby has several useful plugins that help completely optimize images and maintain […]