Introduction Web technologies are growing and changing almost on a monthly basis. Making any decision requires knowing the pros and cons of each option beforehand, and it’s becoming more challenging to make a good decisions with confidence. Today, we would like to present the pros and cons of Next JS – React powered framework that […]
There are a lot of modern technologies you can use to your advantage while building business in the digital world.
Because of that, we want to help you make an informed decision without being overwhelmed and distracted.
Today, let’s take a closer look at Next JS and its benefits.
Building any application is a challenge itself, but modern technologies can make the development process a bit less painful. Thanks to them, you can focus on your business objectives.
To make your choice of these technologies easier, once in a while we take a closer look at them in our blog posts. Our goal is to help you make a good decision on what to use in what case.
This time, let’s take a look at Create React App (CRA) vs Next.js.
If you want to fight off the competition with your new website or webshop, think about Nextjs. And this blog post will tell you why.
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.
Do you want to find out if it is still worth to use React JS in 2020? This is the place.
We took the laptop, and we’ve interviewed CTOs and Dev Team Leaders to check if choosing React and React Native somehow impacted their everyday work, and ultimately, their business outcomes.
If you want to write a better React code, you should always remember what Ernest Hemingway said: “The first draft of anything is shit” And even if this guy had nothing to do with React development, or even Commodore, he knew exactly that the first creative act, is almost always, not “well-thought-out” and hard to […]