2019 is just around the corner so we’d like to find out which technologies will dominate next year, which technologies will fall behind and what’s going to stay static. We received over 350 votes so we humbly thank you for your participation.
December is almost upon us so this is a good time to take a step back and look at some of the most trending technologies we saw in 2018, talk a bit about their status and what questions are raised about their prospects. Voting ends on Thursday!
Last month, we had a short discussion on the future of native apps and the rise of their rival, progressive web apps, and introduced a poll to find out your opinion on the topic. The results are in so let’s take a closer look!
React Native has had a pretty busy year. Earlier this year, it was announced that this framework would undergo a new internal re-architecture and now that 2019 is almost upon us, it’s time to have a look at the present, past, and future of React Native.
It’s this time of the year again! The State of Octoverse 2018 report is here and it’s rich with data on the usage of our favorite programming languages and technologies. Let’s take a closer look!
The best tools are built by users who are determined to improve their workflow! This is pretty much the story behind the creation of Vasern, a brand new data storage for React Native.
React Native will soon undergo a new internal rearchitecture. What will be added and changed? The present, past, and future of React Native is shining bright.
React Native may be new, but it has a lot to offer. Is it the long-awaited path towards cross-platform mobile development? In this article, Anna Klimenko and Alexander Kotov explain why React Native makes sense for developing across multiple mobile platforms.