If you want to develop a single page application for the web, frameworks like Angular are indispensable. The current State of JS also shows a clear increase in the popularity of Angular. While only 20 percent of respondents opted for the framework in 2016, this figure has more than doubled to 56 percent in 2020.
Progressive Web Apps are touted everywhere as the only true solution and the app of the future. Some decision-makers and developers are tempted to dismiss native apps outright as a dusty bridging technology. But whether it is advisable for a company to switch from native apps entirely to PWAs depends on many different factors that require closer examination. Let’s take a bird’s eye view of the decision-making process.
As a web developer, how can I use DevOps for myself? Where does DevOps begin and what does it involve? How do I design my daily routine to achieve the maximum benefit for software development and the warranty of application operation? This article shows how easily we can use React and GitLab to create a Single Page Application (SPA), test it, and put it into production.
A backend programmed in Node.js and executed with Docker is not much use on its own if it cannot be accessed for lack of a client. However, it does not have to have a graphical user interface. A command line tool will do - and is practical in many cases. How does it work?
Anyone developing an application in Node.js not only has to deal with the code itself. It also involves connecting infrastructure, including databases, and the execution layer with Docker. How does that work?
When developing with Node.js, it is not only important to write the actual code, but also to ensure quality. In addition to conscientious code structuring, this also includes applying code guidelines and executing automated tests.
One of the most common uses of Node.js is the development of web APIs. Numerous modules from the community are available for this, covering a whole range of aspects, such as routing, validation, and CORS.