On the Lookout for Angular 1’s Future — Wizbii Developers

  • As front-end developers, part of our job is to keep up with all that and update our stack .
  • Since you can do almost whatever you want, there’s also no real guidance about the good way to do things.
  • I’d strongly advise to go through Dan Abramov’s egghead serie: Getting Started with Redux where you’ll finally get to see some code.

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@wiwer77: ““On the Lookout for Angular 1’s Future”
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#ReactJS #AngularJS #Redux”


It’s been two years now since we started building almost all of our services with Angular at Wizbii. Surely we faced som…


On the Lookout for Angular 1’s Future — Wizbii Developers

AngularJS vs React – Vizteck

  • Angular provides you services and routing to make a responsive single-page application.
  • AngularJS is considered as an enhanced HTML for making web application.
  • For this, Angular has its own ng-react directive i.e., so we can leverage React within AngularJS code.

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@vizteck: “If you want to build an #app with powerful UI, then #Reactjs would be a better choice.”


Angular is the JavaScript front-end or client-side framework, and, React is the JS front-end or client-side library build on JavaScript. The comparison between these two is like comparing oranges and apples because one is a framework and another a library.


AngularJS vs React – Vizteck

How to use optional arguments in functions (with optional callback) – JS Tips – A JS tip per day!

  • shift (); // if last argument is a function then its the callback function const callback = ( typeof args [ args .
  • // pop() removes the last item in the array // and returns it if ( typeof args [ args .
  • pop () : null ; // if args still holds items, these are your optional items which you could retrieve one by one like this: const optionalA = ( args .

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@core_green: “”How to use optional arguments in functions(with optional callback)” #javascript #nodejs #webdev #reactjs #angular2″


Example function where arguments 2 and 3 are optional


How to use optional arguments in functions (with optional callback) – JS Tips – A JS tip per day!

23 – Master your freelance career with Web designer and Developer Jonathan Snook

  • In the episode we talk to Web designer and developer, Jonathan Snook.
  • Design and developer discussion for all levels of people in the industry that simply love what they do, and do web good.
  • Over the last two decades in the web industry, he has done back-end development, front-end development, UX design, and product management.

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@ThunderNerdsHoo: “Listen to #JonathanSnook talk about #responsive #webApps #webdev #html5 #ui #UIDesign #reactjs #angular2 #uxdesign”


In this episode we talk to Web designer and developer, Jonathan Snook. We discuss his career journey from Yahoo and Shopify to his current freelance venture. Over the last two decades in the web industry, he has done back-end development, front-end development, UX design, and product management. Jon


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Every “Angular 2 vs. React” article out there — Medium – ReactJS News

  • Some content about Typescript vs Javascript, JSX vs HTML, native support and performance that is being “borrowed” from the frameworks websites.
  • Comment about our amazing article so that our SEO score will be higher!
  • @UriGoldshtein: “I just published “Every ‘Angular 2 vs. React’ article out there” #reactjs #angularjs”

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@ReactJS_News: “TIL Every “Angular 2 vs. React” article out there — Medium #frameworks”



Every “Angular 2 vs. React” article out there — Medium – ReactJS News

Every “Angular 2 vs. React” article out there — Medium

I just published “Every ‘Angular 2 vs. React’ article out there”  #reactjs #angularjs

  • By the way, just by chance we are also mentioning our “clickbait.js” product that let’s you work with Angular/React in the best possible way if you’ll pay us tons of money.
  • Some content about Typescript vs Javascript, JSX vs HTML, native support and performance that is being “borrowed” from the frameworks websites.
  • Comment about our amazing article so that our SEO score will be higher!

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@UriGoldshtein: “I just published “Every ‘Angular 2 vs. React’ article out there” #reactjs #angularjs”


Some content about Typescript vs Javascript, JSX vs HTML, native support and performance that is being “borrowed” from t…


Every “Angular 2 vs. React” article out there — Medium

How do I GraphQL? — Building Apollo — Medium

How do you GraphQL?  #ReactJS

  • You could even use GraphQL without any client and send raw strings to the server, like you do for REST!
  • There are other clients available, such as Apollo Client or Lokka .
  • If you’re looking for a client that does caching and integrates well with your view layer and state management, Apollo Client is probably your best choice: It’s easy to use and well-documented .

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@ReactiveConf: “How do you GraphQL? #ReactJS”


Top 3 things to know coming from REST


How do I GraphQL? — Building Apollo — Medium