Downloads – Innovations in JavaScript Development 2024


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Fashion dictates that apps should be mere thin clients, displaying data that’s stored somewhere in the cloud. But there is another way! There’s a movement growing around an alternative architecture – “local-first” apps – designed instead with data primarily stored on the device, and facilitating high performance user-experiences without sacrificing collaboration and synchronization. In this magazine, we’ll discuss some of the pros and cons of cloud-first vs local-first apps, and take a look at a JavaScript state management library called TinyBase that’s built with these principles in mind.

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Downloads – Innovations in JavaScript Development 2024


Welcome to the latest issue of JavaScript Magazine!

Fashion dictates that apps should be mere thin clients, displaying data that’s stored somewhere in the cloud. But there is another way! There’s a movement growing around an alternative architecture – “local-first” apps – designed instead with data primarily stored on the device, and facilitating high performance user-experiences without sacrificing collaboration and synchronization. In this magazine, we’ll discuss some of the pros and cons of cloud-first vs local-first apps, and take a look at a JavaScript state management library called TinyBase that’s built with these principles in mind.

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    • Web Components with the Lit Library: “Invent new HTML elements to fit your use cases”
      By Andrew Jakubowicz

    • Local-first Web Development: Closing the Gap between your Users and their Data
      By James Pearce

    • JavaScript Journeys: Crafting User-Friendly Web Apps
      By Nahla Davies

    • Desktop Apps your Way – Bridging the Gap between Desktop and Web Apps
      By Sam Basu

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