Frameworks, IT Applications, IT Trends, JavaScript, Open Source, Programming languages, software development, Web

MEAN vs MERN: which one to choose?

Today every single platform, either it is Youtube, Facebook or Yahoo, is using JavaScript concepts in order to make their applications more user friendly and (obviously) faster than ever before. And it’s a common truth that JavaScript has greatly evolved over the decades. Once known for just adding pop-up windows and flashing headers, now JS… Continue reading MEAN vs MERN: which one to choose?

Frameworks, html5, IT Applications, IT Trends, JavaScript, software development, TypeScript, Web

Vue.js – Progressive JavaScript Framework?

Vue.js is an open-source progressive JavaScript framework for building user interfaces. Really? Another one? Should we have a look at what it is best suited for in comparison to the other unmemorable JS frameworks out there? I think we should and I believe it’s on our behalf. Lots of front-end JavaScript frameworks provide you with… Continue reading Vue.js – Progressive JavaScript Framework?

Responsive web design, Web, Web design

Web design: predictions for 2017

Every web designer, design agency or somebody who works with websites must keep themselves up to date with the latest goings on in the world of web design, because the web is a unique environment which is constantly changing and evolving. Every year some new trends are born, some fade and some just continue to… Continue reading Web design: predictions for 2017

CMS, Computing, Drupal, html5, PHP, Programming languages, software development, Web

What do we need to know about DRUPAL 8?

In the rapidly changing world of IT only those people win who are developing all the time: if you stop — you will lose. Besides general philosophy of life, it’s also true for CMS. Trying to keep up with the time the developers of CMS Drupal have released a new version of Drupal 8. Many… Continue reading What do we need to know about DRUPAL 8?

Google, Node.js, Programming languages, Web

Google Go vs Node.js. Which one to use?

  Go was created in 2007 at Google as an experimental project. It was designed to be a fun language and at the same time it is productive, practical, expressive and powerful. Google Go can be considered the result of a rather conservative language evolution from languages such as C and C++. Node.js is an… Continue reading Google Go vs Node.js. Which one to use?