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Navigating the React.JS Ecosystem

by Tomas Holas

In this article, I'll go through some of the interesting features and libraries that are available to use with React. Even if you don't plan on using React, taking a look at its ecosystem is inspiring. You may want to simplify your build system using the powerful, yet comparatively easy to configure, module bundler Webpack, or start writing ECMAScript 6 and even ECMAScript 7 today with the Babel compiler. So, let's explore the React ecosystem!

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The 8 Most Common Mistakes That Ember.js Developers Make

by Balint Erdi

Ember.js is a comprehensive framework for building complex client-side applications. But, as with any advanced framework, there are still pitfalls Ember developers may fall into. With the following post, I hope to provide a map to evade these. Let's jump right in!!

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The 10 Most Common Bootstrap Mistakes That Developers Make

by Tomislav Bacinger

Bootstrap is a powerful toolkit. It comes bundled with basic HTML and CSS design templates that include many common UI components. Most of the important pitfalls are mentioned in the Bootstrap documentation, but still some mistakes are pretty subtle, or have ambiguous causes. This article outlines some of the most common mistakes, problems, and misconceptions when using Bootstrap.

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Why I Switched from AngularJS to React

by Kumar Sanket

This article provides the overview of pain points caused by AngularJS and reasons for switching to React.

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What is Bootstrap? A Short Bootstrap Tutorial on the What, Why, and How

by Tomislav Bacinger

If you're doing anything web related, chances are you've heard about Bootstrap. Bootstrap is a powerful toolkit - a collection of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript tools for creating and building web pages and web applications. It is a free and open source project, hosted on GitHub, and originally created by (and for) Twitter. If by now you still don't know what Bootstrap is, or you just want to get a better overview of what it is and what it does best, you've come to the right place.

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Top 8 Most Common Mistakes That Backbone.js Developers Make

by Mahmud Ridwan

Backbone.js equips the developer with an array of tools that are minimal but extremely flexible. This gives developers the option to design the applications the way they want, but also introduces a number of way things can go wrong. This article outlines a few common mistakes that Backbone.js developers can make, and how they may avoid them.

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Top 18 Most Common Mistakes that AngularJS Developers Make

by Michal Mikolajczyk

AngularJS is a very powerful framework. It is the third most starred repository on GitHub. It is not difficult to start using, but the goals that it is intended to accomplish demand comprehension. No longer can we ignore memory consumption, because it will not reset on navigation anymore. This is the vanguard of web development. Let’s embrace it!

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Buggy Java Code: The Top 10 Most Common Mistakes That Java Developers Make

by Mikhail Selivanov

Java, a sophisticated programming language, has been dominating a number of ecosystems for quite a while. Portability, automated garbage collection, and its gentle learning curve are some of the things that make it a great choice in software development. However, like any other programming language, it is still susceptible to developer mistakes. This article explores the top 10 common mistakes Java developers make and some ways of avoiding them.

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One Size Fits Some: A Guide to Responsive Web Design Image Solutions

by Kado Damball

As mobile and tablet devices come closer to achieving final world domination, web technology is in a race to accommodate the ever-growing number screen sizes. However, devising tools to meet the challenges of this phenomenon brings a whole new set of problems, with one of the latest buzzwords to emerge being "responsive web".

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