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Everything you want to know about Vue.js

Vue.js (pronounced /vjuː/, similar to view) is a JavaScript framework used to create user interfaces. It is built on top of standard HTML, CSS, and JavaScript and provides a declarative and component-based programming model that allows you to efficiently develop simple or complex user interfaces. Vue.js is a progressive framework for JavaScript that is primarily […]


Why is Svelte becoming a developers favourite? (pt 2)

Welcome back to Part 2 of our blog series on our Svelte journey, where we look into all of Svelte’s peculiarities and features as our team discovered them after first six months of using Svelte. The previous time, we discussed how Svelte manages state within the component hierarchy. We’ll investigate Svelte’s handling of state outside […]


Everything you want to know about React.js

React is a UI development library based on JavaScript. It is run by Facebook and an open-source developer community. Despite being a library rather than a language, React is widely used in web development. The library debuted in May 2013 and has since become one of the most popular frontend libraries for web development. Beyond […]


What is new in Node.js 20?

For the next six months, Node.js 20 is the “current” release, which includes the most recent features. Now is a fantastic moment for organisations and individuals wishing to implement Node.js 20 to test and prototype. Node.js 20 will be available for full production deployments in October and will enter long-term support (LTS).  Node.js is utilised […]


Why is Svelte becoming a developers favourite?

September 2022 our Svelte adventure has begun. A fresh new team on a brand new project using the most cutting-edge framework on the market. This blog post is the beginning of a series dedicated to our experiences with the Svelte framework.​ The first thing everybody notices about Svelte is that it looks different than most […]


k6: Open Source Testing Tool

k6 is open source tool developed by Grafana Labs. Performance testing can now be done more effectively and with greater enjoyment thanks to the open-source, free, developer-focused load test tool known as “k6.” With “k6,” you can detect performance regression and issues before they become serious, enabling the development of reliable systems and applications. This […]


What is OpenSearch?

OpenSearch is an open-source software suite for search, analytics, and observability applications that is scalable, flexible, and extensible under the Apache 2.0 license. OpenSearch, powered by Apache Lucene and driven by the OpenSearch Project community, provides a vendor-agnostic toolset for developing secure, high-performance, cost-effective applications. You can use OpenSearch as a complete solution or integrate […]


JavaScript Trends in 2023

JavaScript has evolved into a crucial tool for online and software development since its inception in 1995. It is now the most widely used development environment on the market due to its all-around performance. Furthermore, JavaScript is evolving as a programming language. There are now nearly 300 JavaScript frameworks available, and many more are being […]


Interpersonal skills for developers 

What skills do you need to be a software developer? The programming languages you are familiar with, your coding abilities, and the skills required to architect and implement applications are likely the first things that come to mind. To put it another way, technical or hard skills. However, it is easy to overlook the soft […]


What is new with Next.js 13?

Next.js has released a new major version that is jam-packed with tons of new features, some of which can be seamlessly integrated into your Next.js 12 app and others that cannot. If you’re just getting started, it can be difficult to distinguish between hype, misinformation, and what’s stable for your production apps, but don’t worry. […]