We’re now confident that most developers can be successful building large applications using Angular 2.
The developer guides are already amazingly polished. If you have not yet started to look into this new framework, now is a good time.
The post is a good high-level overview comparing the basic concepts of React and Angular 2.
At the beginning of the year we have seen posts that were explaining React to developers that know Angular. Now we have posts that explain Angular 2 to developers that know React…
On April 4th there will take place the Jazoon TechDays on the beautiful Gurten. Traditionally Jazoon was a multi-track Java conference. For the next year however the organizers came up with a new concept of a one-day conference that focuses on a single topic. The topic for the upcoming conference in Bern is “The Future of Web Development” and they already have an interesting line-up of speakers (and I heard the rumor that there will even be more international speakers announced soon …).
I suggest you should get your ticket for that event soon, even if you are not living in Bern. I was lucky and could convince my employer to sponser my ticket :-)
Dan Abramov, the creator of Redux, created an amazing series of screencasts for Egghead. It is one of the most instructive screencasts I have watched the whole year. And it is available for free!
If you want to learn about Redux and how it approaches the ideas of Flux you should definitely watch these short lessons.
Every once in a while, a piece of technology is situated in the right place at the right time, and it ends up taking over the world. […] ES6 is new foundation for what may be the most important programming language of the next several decades.
Working in dynamic languages is fine if you’re just adding a feature on top of the pile of features. But anything else is impossibly difficult.
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"Too old for microservices, to young for SOA"— Alvaro Videla (@old_sound) April 3, 2015