The React community recently announced a new feature Hooks, and in this article we will focus on Forms with hooks and its benefits.
Concurrent Ruby, Stimulus JS and Heroku. This time, we decided to get back to our Ruby on Rails roots and share our experience with the community. Find out more about the talks at the Ruby Stories 6 and download the slides.
Phoenix framework, technology stack for ICO and React components were the hot presentations at the recent event organized by PrimeHammer. Find out more about the event and download our presentations.
This is a second article in the series of AngularJS to Angular Upgrade Process where we describe the Angular Upgrade Module and bootstrap a hybrid application. If you are still wondering, why you should at least consider upgrading your AngularJS application to Angular, take a look at the previous article here. In the previous article, we’ve […]
I believe we can all agree that web development is evolving at a rapid pace. Frameworks, libraries, tools, guidelines, best practices and new APIs appear out of nowhere every day. I bet there are many of us with ever-growing todo lists or to be more accurate, to-read lists and opened browser tabs with new technologies. […]
Introduction Styling React components has always been a very discussed theme. Since the first release of React, hundreds of packages taking care of our styles have been published. You may ask which one has the fastest scripting time, render time or which one is the smallest and that is exactly what I will try to […]
Recently, we took an awesome business trip to Berlin. Mike North from Simplabs, an experienced Pluralsight author, and Ember contributor gave a great Ember workshop and we were lucky enough to see a talk by Tom Dale. Surprisingly, there is a Eurocity train which goes from Budapest, via Bratislava, Brno, and Berlin all the way […]
In March we made a business trip with a team of developers and colleagues from OAK’S LAB to Denver.
Since version 3.2.0 Redis that was released on May 6, 2016, the database introduces geospatial commands. Simply said it means that you can ask database like this: I would like to get list of nearest airports in selected location. Let’s extend this use case with pagination and implement it with Ruby.