If you want to improve conversion rate in your Shopify store, start with making it faster. We gathered some tips to help you with it.
Last week we compared React vs Angular, which you can read here. Today I would like to help you choose between React and Vue.js.
The possibilities are limitless, and so is the number of choices we need to make every day. And making the right choice is challenging – especially in the IT industry. In Pagepro, we want to help you make informed decisions every single time. And it’s one of the reasons our blog exists.
Today’s dilemma is choosing React vs Angular to build a web application. Let’s go through it, step-by-step.
Somewhere in the middle of our previous article about the pros and cons of React Native and Xamarin, I promised to deliver another comparison at the end of the week. And here it is – React Native vs NativeScript comparison.
Today, we will talk about choosing the right framework for your cross-platform mobile application. This time, the choice is limited to React Native and Xamarin.
Do you want to keep up to date with React Native? Check these resources.
Building fast, scalable and maintainable web applications is a challenge — no doubt about that. The number of lines and requests will grow exponentially in a blink of an eye, and you should prepare for that beforehand. Preparation is often about choosing the right tools for the job.
And Node.js may become such a tool in your hands.
SEO, which stands for Search Engine Optimisation), doesn’t seem to get old — it’s just different every year. Google changes its Search Algorithm and Ranking System every once in a while, adding new ranking factors or modifying existing ones. And since 2018, the page speed is one of them.
Do you want to find out if it is still worth to use React JS in 2020? This is the place.
Building a startup is like driving a sports-car. It’s fun, it’s exciting, but it is also about fast yet wise decisions. Making mistakes is not an option, and the danger is high. You may either crash your car or run out of gas before getting to your planned destination.