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In the world of React JAMStack, we have two main competitors: Gatsby.js and Next.js.
Both do great things, both are growing up quickly, both are loved by developers, and unconsciously by users.
The question remains: which one is better to work with? And, of course, in which case?
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.
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And Node.js may become such a tool in your hands.
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As you already know, Framer Motion is a really powerful animation library for React. Now it’s time to start using it. Here are some basics. How to start with Framer Motion To start with Framer Motion for React you have to install the right package: npm yarn Next step is to import posed from react-pose […]
Why bother with Framer Motion? You are exposed to around 5000 online messages begging you to read the offer each day. But can you remember at least ONE from yesterday? We literally ignore almost everything we see on the screen. Mostly because what we see on our screen is not appealing, interesting, nor is inviting […]