Category : Frontend

5 Reasons Why Angular Is the Best for Enterprise Application Development

Google’s Angular is an open-source, dynamic, and feature-rich framework. Several enterprises use Angular to build powerful, stable, and large-scale applications. In an interview, Stephen Fluin, Developer Relations Lead at Google, discussed how many Fortune 500 companies have benefited from their Angular enterprise applications. Google, for example, uses hundreds of Angular applications for internal processes. These […]

Tools and Best Practices To Speed Up The Vue.js Development Process

Does your Vue.js application take a long time to load, navigate, submit, or perform any user actions. Your users will not appreciate this delay. According to statistics, 53 percent of users do not want to spend time on applications that take more than three seconds to load. Building a performance-optimized application will improve the user […]

8 Reasons Why Node.js is the Best Choice to Develop Ecommerce Web Apps

From a technical standpoint, an Ecommerce platform is a complex system. It needs to be user-friendly and easy-to-navigate at the frontend, and robust yet responsive at the backend. To make all the pieces work together, you’ll need dependable technology to back it up. The Node.js framework is fast and scalable, but is it a good […]

How Gatsby is so blazing fast? A Guide to GatsbyJS

Gatsby is an extremely powerful tool for quickly creating complex websites. It allows us to pull data from any source, provides access to a rich ecosystem (both of Gatsby-specific plugins and the broader React ecosystem), and even does things that feel magical, like auto-optimizing images. In this article we’ll cover different attributes of Gatsby and […]

Vue vs React: When and How to Make the Right Choice

Vue.js and React.js are two popular frontend JavaScript frameworks, with React tipping the scales for the last three years. Both tools provide developers with a productive approach to developing various Web applications, but each has its own best use cases and addresses different business needs. In this article, we’ll look at some of those use […]

Angular v12 Update – All you Need to Know

The latest update of Angular was released on May 12. It’s got a bunch of major changes that are essentially facilitating the Angular ecosystem’s transition to Ivy. They are calling it “Ivy Everywhere”. Deprecation of IE11 support along with other changes were also announced.  Let’s check out all these changes- What is “Ivy Everywhere”  It […]

7 Best Practices For React Security

React is undoubtedly one of the most popular JS libraries to build applications. It is also one of the most actively developed libraries which means instant bug fixes and security patches. React has many advantages, but may fall susceptible to security threats. Here are a few recommendations that we share based on our vast experience […]

Micro Frontend | 4 Things to know before switching

The first part of this series uncovered the idea of Micro Frontends that is to break down the frontend monolith into smaller, more manageable pieces. (Read the blog here) Each team can constantly deliver small incremental upgrades, work in their proprietary codebase, independently release versions, own their features end-to-end, and also integrate with other teams […]

Micro Frontends – A Nimble Approach Towards Frontend Development

This is a two-parter series on Micro-Frontend and it’s implementation. And if you’ve already read this one, head on to the part two for 4 Things to keep in mind while working with Micro Frontends. As the business and product expands, the software architecture leaves us with a monolithic frontend and backend, and the inflexibility […]

How to Migrate to .Net 5 without any hassles?

As 2020 came to an end, Microsoft announced their .Net 5 release along with a fixed schedule for release and support for future updates and EOLs. Going forward .Net, .Net Core, and Xamarin will be consolidated during the .Net 5 to .Net6 wave. This is likely to make the development process for Mobile, Web, and […]