Want a simpler, easier way for web development? In this article, Masa Tanaka explains why you should take another look at Vue, a light-weight reactive framework that is easy to learn and accessible to beginners.
The results are in! According to this year’s Node.js user survey findings, many users learned Node.js with the help of online courses and a whopping 95% of people who use this framework learned it in English. Furthermore, the benefits of this framework increase over time. Eager to find out what are the most used languages? Read on to find out who’s the winner.
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What’s better than Kotlin? Serverless, perhaps? If you can’t decide between the two, here’s a tutorial for you.
Transparency is not something we’re typically very good at as a general rule — we’ve got a lot of work to do. Rick Delgado identifies the organizational and societal barriers to data democratization.
Moving from the monolith to microservices has a lot of advantages. In part two of this tutorial, Michael Gruczel finishes his step-by-step tutorial teaching developers how to implement microservices architecture in Kubernetes and Pivotal Cloud Foundry with Spring Boot.
Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? In addition to the Women in Tech survey, we also launched a diversity series aimed at bringing the most inspirational and powerful women in the tech scene to your attention. Today, we’d like you to meet Kathryn Finney, founder and Managing Director of digitalundivided (DID).
Spring 5 is already feature-complete, but its extended release candidate phase allows for a more solid GA release of Spring Framework 5.0 in September. Let’s take a look and see what’s already done for the final version and what still needs a little bit of TLC.
Good news, everyone! The team behind NgRx has announced their latest release – NgRx 4 – to match the newest version of Angular. Lazy loading, simplified testing, and even a redesigned router integration.
When companies initially decide to embrace DevOps, they feel good and confident about it, but they all find it hard when they really start working on it. The reason for this is simple: DevOps is fragmented, and the only folks who understood this were the early adopters and leaders such as Netflix, Amazon, Facebook, etc. What’s left to be done?
Moving from the monolith to microservices has a lot of advantages. In part one of this tutorial, Michael Gruczel starts his step-by-step tutorial for developers who want to implement microservices architecture in Kubernetes and Pivotal Cloud Foundry with Spring Boot.