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Next.js in news media

  This article will outline our experiences with Next.js from initial research somewhere in 2020 to the current day, where we have used Next.js in multiple projects. Over time we ran into various problems, and we are not proud of some of the solutions we came up with. To make

Debugging Frontend part 1 – console

  Console API is one of the most commonly used tools for debugging, offering much more than just simple log methods. Please bear in mind that you shouldn’t use Console API in most cases in production code. It may be helpful if you need to debug production code, but such

How to simplify tedious tasks with NFC (& Flutter)

Is Module Federation the future of Front-end development?

TypeScript – how to work with implicit and explicit types?

Working with TypeScript can provide many advantages to your codebase, such as improved security or lowering the risk of errors. But it also could create a couple of dilemmas due to its differences compared to static types in other programming languages.

All you need to know about Customer Journey Mapping

Customer Journey Mapping

What drives our users mad and in which areas can we boost up their pleasure? This is where the Customer Journey Mapping comes pretty handy.

Don’t go dark with your UX

Dark UX patterns

Have you ever subscribed to a free trial version of an online application lured by the possibility of canceling anytime but only after giving your credit card number? Tried to unsubscribe from SMS or newsletter ads, but couldn’t find the friggin button? Welcome to the world of dark UX patterns.

How to async in JavaScript

I’d like to share with you a few different ways of writing asynchronous code in JavaScript. Whether you’re writing for the browser or building complex Node.js apps you might find some useful tips how to improve the quality and readability of your code either by using popular techniques or some more

Web technologies news straight from Fluent 2016

Thousands of JavaScript developers, web developers, mobile app developers, software engineers, and a wide range of other people who work with Web Platform technologies come together at Fluent. So did I! What is my impression?

Getting started with FramerJS

FramerJS

The world of prototyping tools has never been so fertile – with a new tool coming out every month.  Here is a brief introduction to FramerJS.

Testing react-native components with Jest

It’s going to be a story about tackling problems on the way to run unit tests using react-native. It’s one of these stories when we don’t even know what is the question, so it’s difficult to ask Google. It’s a story of how to test react-native components with Jest.

Redux. Concept over implementation

redux concept over implementation

Since the concept of adapting MV* architectures to JavaScript never felt quite right, I started dabbling with various Flux implementations. Subsequently I got drawn towards Redux, which in my mind took all the good parts and combined them into a lightweight and easy-to-use solution.