Microfrontends To The Rescue Of Big Single Page Application Monoliths
Proper frontend development is highly challenging, but scaling frontend development such that several teams can work simultaneously on large and complex products is much harder.
2020 has been officially announced as a year of Community Creators. Being a member of a social media group is just not enough anymore. I dedicate this article to all the planning necessary to organize a Technology Meetup.
So what is so interesting about Node.js that attracts more and more companies? Well, it’s amazing for creating collaboration tools, chats, social media applications and many more. Do you want to know which of the popular names recognized Node’s concurrency, speed and intensive data exchange opportunities? Read on.
SMEs and startups often face difficulties with adding resources to an existing team, especially with specific skillsets. In traditional outsourcing, there is little reliance on the in-house team. Here’s when the extended team model comes to the rescue.
The continued growth of the web is depleting local talent pools, making more and more businesses turn to alternative approaches to hiring talent - remote workers and outsourcing. Can those models work for front-end development?
Terraform vs Ansible, Ansible vs Terraform - Google search is full of those queries, but are they true? Is there a war between those solutions and you can use only either-or? Or are they, in fact, a great combination and can or even should be used together?
Most SaaS products are web and mobile applications that do not require installation and users pay a monthly/yearly fee for using the product. Those factors make Software as a Service a great solution for both the provider company and users. In this guide, we will show you how to build a SaaS product.