- Cosmic JS vs. WordPressCosmic JS vs. WordPress for Content ManagementCosmic JS is an API-first CMS that helps teams of developers and content editors build apps faster.
- Wondering what makes Cosmic JS a more suitable CMS backend for you?Cosmic JS offers an intuitive API that can deliver content to any website or application.
- Cosmic JS is more productiveInstalled content management systems create ongoing technical debt which becomes tomorrow’s problem.
- Cosmic JS is an API-first content management platform so we take care of maintenance, security and scalability for you.Content stored in Cosmic JS and delivered by the API is protected with 256-bit SSL encryption.
- You can also restrict access to your content by adding optional access tokens located in the Settings tab in your Cosmic JS Bucket.ConclusionLegacy content management systems are not equipped to handle the speed of modern business.
Cosmic JS is an API-first CMS that helps teams of developers and content editors build apps faster. 64.5% of developers surveyed on StackOverflow stated that WordPress was one of their most dreaded…
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- This year, we’re working on a complete refresh (Winds 2.0) that will introduce podcast support, enhanced social functionality, native iOS and Android applications, and much more.
- We decided to build an audio player for iOS and Android with Expo’s powerful audio API and, of course, React Native.
- Without React Native and the help of Expo, we would not have been able to target multiple operating systems in the timeframe that we have allotted and we would have to work with two separate codebases.
- By experimenting and building a fully functional proof of concept, we’re now one step closer to Winds 2.0, and couldn’t be happier to announce that the code is 100% open-source on GitHub.
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- How can we help your team deliver?Our company, ZEAL, is a collective of web and mobile application specialists.
- Think highly experienced (Senior) Ruby on Rails and React Engineers with a refined delivery process.Since 2013, and every year since, our team has worked with a dozen companies or more, all from different industries, and at different stages of growth.
- So, whether we’re talking about financial regulations, HIPAA and concerns for patient data, real estate, experiential design, or simply integrating with lights in your house and small IoT devices, our team has experience.Do you or a company you work with have an urgent need to get traction delivering web or mobile code?We love to work with teams of engineers and/or product owners that need to increase output and get more done, sooner.
- And, while our team is exceptional at crafting code, what we do better than anything is deliver certainty…“Zeal’s code review service was the perfect fit for a sudden vacuum in our development team.
- When one of our senior developers left the team, we needed to keep the ship moving… Zeal’s expertise and engaging working style let us move forward without a hitch.
Our company, ZEAL, is a collective of web and mobile application specialists. Think highly experienced (Senior) Ruby on Rails and React Engineers with a refined delivery process. While our team is…
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- TL;DR;appr builds and deploys pull requests in your create-react-native-app and Expo-based projects, and posts a link and a QR code to your PR, so you can run the app on your device or emulator in seconds!Great teams review their codeI’m sure you’ll agree: Code reviews are a useful tool in a development team’s workflow.
- You wouldn’t release code to production without having another pair of eyes on it first, would you?Thankfully, GitHub makes code reviews simple.
- Netlify offers the same functionality for deploying static front end sites.Sadly, this one-click workflow hasn’t been available to mobile developers without setting up complex build and deployment pipelines, and even then, installing an app to be able to test a simple change still takes way too long.Inspired by Expo Sketch, I wanted to see if it would be possible to set up review apps for React Native.Introducing apprAppr is a script that deploys pull requests in your project to Expo, and posts a link and a QR code to your PR.
- Point your Expo app camera to the QR code and the review app will launch on your device.
- Switching to your preferred CI should be easy, and PRs to add support are welcome!To make testing your pull requests easy, head to FormidableLabs/appr on GitHub and follow the simple Getting started guide to add appr to your project!
Jani builds React Native apps at Formidable, a Seattle/London-based consultancy and open-source shop. You can follow him on Twitter as @jevakallio. appr builds and deploys pull requests in your…
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- We are looking for a full-stack developer to join our development team.
- We are looking for a frontend engineer to join our development team.
- Tech-Nomad – React / React-Native – Flowtype enthusiast
This time we are going to have three talks by our local heros Ali, Karl and Patrick. In general talks and discussions are not limited to ReactJS and may include related subjects like Elm, RxJS, Redux,
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- I used a package for React to handle my CSS transitions because they are difficult to implement when working with a virtual dom.
- In one quick google you can find any package for React written as a component.
- Inferno had no solution for CSS transitions.
- While I understand that both of these frameworks are still very much under construction, the stability that React provides my applications is too good to give up.
- With both Inferno and Preact, there was no solution for my custom CSS transitions – the infrastructure just wasn’t there .
Last month, I converted my personal website to React after gaining a lot of experience with it in the workplace. I used my website as a guinea pig to stretch React to the limits and see what I could…
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- Victory is an ecosystem of composable, modular React components for building interactive data visualisations.
- Victory – Modular data visualisation components using React
- Having such a simple API makes it easy for teams to collaborate, designers when prototyping, can manipulate the props of data visualisations at the top level and then share these components with the development team, who can then work on the integration.
- So let’s override some of these by adding some custom data and some styles.
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This June, myself alongside others from the Which? Digital team had the chance to attend ReactEurope 2016 in Paris. Two years strong, the conference invites members of the React community from across Europe to meet up, share knowledge, engage in workshops and listen to talks from a wide range of industry professionals. One of the…
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- Carbon Five uses Heroku for 90% of their software projects for wide range of clients
- Carbon Five uses Heroku for 90% of their clients due to the platform’s support for rapid deployment, its language flexibility, and its ease of use.
- The firm believes product design and development should be a deeply collaborative exercise, and they encourage clients to participate in every aspect of their project.
- The firm’s wide variety of clients and projects brings new opportunities to stretch their skills and try new things.
- The client not only gets a production app, but also a fully ramped up team capable of taking their new product into the future.
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@heroku: “Heroku customer @carbonfive builds 35+ apps/year on Heroku using #reactjs #angularjs #nodejs & #golang. Learn more:”
Carbon Five uses Heroku for 90% of their software projects for wide range of clients
How Carbon Five Builds 35+ Client Apps a Year on Heroku