- Front End v. Back End Explained by Waiting Tables At A RestaurantIf you have ever visited a sit-down restaurant, then you can understand the difference between front-end and back-end in web development.
- Here’s the general idea: just like there is a waitstaff and kitchen staff in a restaurant, front-end and back-end divides the functionality of your site.
- In web development, the front-end is also sometimes called the client-side, while the back-end is also called the server-side.
- In the case of the restaurant, this response could be: – The foodA notice that the kitchen has run out of stock for that mealA follow-up question that the waiter did not askNo matter what, the response is delivered to the customers via the waiter.
If you have ever visited a sit-down restaurant, then you can understand the difference between front-end and back-end in web development. When you are just getting started with learning web…
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- It’s been tough for developers to create native apps in different OS platforms.
- Moreover, developing the native apps for different platforms requires skill sets and experience pertinent to the OS platform.
- As a result, React Native is making progress by providing Real Native experience for different OS platforms.
- The most useful features of React Native are the capability to write source code only in React Native, and the ability to compile it on various OS platforms.
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- I quickly came to depend on Ben’s knowledge and expertise on all aspects of the development of our Backbone.js app.
- I don’t think the workshop would have been such a success without Ben.”
- “Ben was able to apply his front-end development and architecture experience from day one, helping us come up with and validate key architecture choices and avoid costly mistakes as we scale Kayako to be used by 10,000s organisations worldwide to support millions of end users.
- We found Ben’s advice to be realistic and pragmatic, factoring in resource constraints, business needs of the day and balancing those with future scalability benefits.
I can work with you to plan, architect and review how you can achieve seamless development, so I can impart my knowledge and point you in the right direction. I’m well versed in where and how bottlenecks can appear, but also how to solve and avoid them.
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- So we wanted to create a new resource that can help communicate that excitement and give people the tools to get GraphQL running in production at their organization.Thatâs where Explore GraphQL comes in.Whatâs this new site for, and how can you get involved?
- Thatâs why youâll see slides at the end of every GraphQL talk with 5â7 links pointing to a variety of resources.Here are two types of resources people often link to:GraphQL.org: This is the home of the specification and technical documentation about GraphQL as a technology.
- Itâs a critical resource for the community, but itâs focused on presenting the facts and less about presenting the reasons why to start using GraphQL.Tutorials and other learning resources for GraphQL: These do a great job of introducing people to GraphQL and giving a hands-on experience, but they only work if the reader is already interested in adopting the technology.
- People who move some or all of their data into a GraphQL API tell us itâs much easier to build new apps and prototype experiences than ever before, and we want to make that super clear to people considering the technology.Weâre excited to hear any ideas you might have about how to make that pitch stronger so newcomers have all the tools they need for a great experience with GraphQL!Guides and best practices đOne thing weâve heard over and over again is that there isnât enough information about how to go from zero to production with GraphQL.
- We hope to rapidly improve this part of the site most with community input and brand new content.If you have an idea for content that is needed in the community, or are interested in writing content (and get prominent credit as an author), please let us know!I already think this page is off to a good start, with a list of difficult-to-find articles in one curated place, but it has limitless potential.Company success storiesÂ đThe last major part of the site is a list of articles written by companies who have adopted GraphQL in production and gotten great results.Itâs inspiring to see how many people have already gotten value out of GraphQL on an organizational level, and itâs one of the main things that gives developers the confidence to push for it at their company.
It’s no secret that the Apollo community thinks GraphQL is the best thing to happen to development since sliced bread. We talk to new teams every week who have gotten huge improvements in their…
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- BTS: #GraphQLRadioI am extremely excited to announce that today we are publicly releasing our new podcast, GraphQL Radio!It’s been a great experience ideating the direction of this show, so I just want to give you all a little behind the scenes look at how we got here!Before we begin…What is GraphQL Radio?GraphQL Radio aims to fill a gap in the GraphQL community by providing really informational content from notable library authors, companies, and core contributors.
- Our main goal was to help give valuable information from the most novice GraphQL user to the most seasoned vets.Having experience with podcasts, and listening to so many, we knew that we wanted the format of the show to be simple: a technical conversation.
- You can imagine conversations can lead to code samples, which ultimately provides an amazing content experience for everyone watching!Who are we?It all started with this tweet:Immediately Johannes Schickling, the CEO of Graphcool, reached out to me and had told me that Graphcool was interested in making a podcast as well.
- Correct it for the next show.Digestable ContentLastly we wanted to provide a website for people to come view the show and all its available formats:You can view all our episodes here: www.graphqlradio.comWhat’s up next?Well first, I encourage you to checkout our episode with Danielle Man.
- It was such an amazing conversation with a fellow engineer, I’m really happy with how it turned out.You can view that episode here.This next week we have a really nice treat for everyone, and something surely will make this show even more exciting.
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- You build a real mobile app that’s indistinguishable from an app built using Objective-C or Java.
- It definitely takes more time to ship a decent app as a first timer.
- “With React Native, you don’t build a “mobile web app”, an “HTML5 app”, or a “hybrid app”.
- Your app will run smoothly on iOS and Android and you don’t need to learn native dev with ObjectiveC, Swift or Java.
- Write your app ones and run it everywhere, don’t spend time on writing ObjectiveC/Swift or Java anymore!
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- As we kept pushing new views to the navigator, the app started to slow down and lag.
- Navigator is not like the routers of the web
- We have been quite into it ever since, with the pro version of Native Starter and now NativeBase , an open source framework to write React Native apps being one of our works.
- When we pushed views into the navigator, the navigator got stacked with new pages.
- The caveats of using Navigator in React Native
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