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Which is the best Javascript frontend Framework: Angular, React, or Vue?

There has been a lot of movement in the front-end environment over the years, with new ideas for creating web apps surfacing. In this intensely competitive age, selecting the right technology stack is crucial to your project’s success. There are several reasons businesses choose one technology over another; some favor vertical stability, while others consider their development team’s core competencies. The possibility of designing a new product is exciting, but there are many hurdles that companies must tackle when deciding on the best front-end system to fulfill their needs. Front-end frameworks are common on the web because they make the job of web coders and designers much simpler while still providing a great user experience. A few years ago, developers were largely discussing whether to use Angular or React for their projects. However, over the last few years, we’ve seen an increase in interest in a third player known as Vue.js. If you’re a developer who’s just starting a project

Top 10 Web Development Trends for 2021

Undoubtedly, it is quite known to everyone that user experience is one of the most considerable facets of web development. And with the same concern, developers are required to follow the latest tech trends of web development to enhance the user experience in every possible aspect such as security, speed, UI, etc. If we look at the numbers, around 90% of online visitors are less likely to return to the website after having a substandard user experience. Though to stay aware of all the latest web development trends is quite a tough job and with the same concern, we’ve compiled a list of several most-recommended tech trends to make it easier for you. Gone are the days when the Web Development is all about HTML, CSS, and JavaScript – however these are still the building blocks for any website but due to the rapid evolution of technologies, now you need to keep up with the latest trends & technologies as well during web development to stay ahead of the game. For instance, it is reporte

Chrome extensions I use to enhance my GITHUB experience

  As a developer, we use GitHub every day and it is already a great tool, but what if we can make it even better with some chrome extensions! 1. Octotree   It enhances GitHub code review and exploration with features like: IDE-like code tree Folder and file search Issues and Pull Request bookmarking Support for private repositories I like this extension very much! It lets you explore the files and folders of a repository with a tree like structure. 2. Open in VS Code It Opens links to source code for any github repository in VSCode. Also works with Gitlab. In case you want to open the whole repository in GitHub directly with VSCode view rather than a single file, Just add 1s after github. Example: github.com/user/somerepository -> github1s.com/user/somerepository. 3. Refined GitHub   It simplifies the GitHub interface and adds useful features too, for instance: Adds reaction avatars showing who reacted to a comment Adds one-click merge conflict fixers Adds a button to revert all the

Difference between good developer and average developer

  For many, a programmer is a dream profession. Young (and not so) people storm the admissions offices of technical universities, study video tutorials, and laugh at clever jokes in the “Typical Programmer” communities and the like. Moreover, many people study programming at universities and training centers, sincerely believing that the cherished crust will open the doors to an exciting profession. Company representatives will line up to get a newly minted specialist in their staff. This is rarely the case. And the reason for this is the mistakes made by the programmers themselves. I recalled many statements by employers and teachers throughout my programming journey and came up with 5 signs by which they distinguish a good programmer from a bad one. 1. Lack of self-discipline   It has been said many times, but I will repeat it: programming is not only creativity but also hard work that requires perseverance, patience, and the ability to organize your workflow. Can’t sit in your chair

10 GitHub Repositories every Developer should know

GitHub, Inc. is a provider of Internet hosting for software development and version control using Git. It offers the distributed version control and source code management (SCM) functionality of Git, plus its own features. It provides access control and several collaboration features such as bug tracking, feature requests, task management and continuous integration for every project.   Other than being the home for some of the most interesting Open Source Projects on the internet, GitHub is also a great place for sharing resources of all kinds, from free books to APIs, from roadmaps to project ideas and to the projects.   GitHub offers its basic services free of charge. Its more advanced professional and enterprise services are commercial.Free GitHub accounts are commonly used to host open-source projects.   So I have curated this list of ten fabulous repositories that provide a great value for all web and software developers. All of them will add value to you and help you to become a

Best keyboards for programming in 2021

Some links may be affiliate links. This means if you click on the link and purchase an item we may receive commission at no extra cost to you. As developers we don’t need many tools to work, many would say that we just need a laptop or computer, and even though that’s true, there’s a difference between having the minimum required to work to have the tools that you need to work comfortably, productive and healthy. Today we are going to discuss keyboards that you would love as a developer. The list I present is in no particular order, and I’m giving you my personal opinion on the keyboards and some facts. What’s the best keyboard? The one that works best for you! With that said, let’s jump right into the list. SteelSeries HP Omen X7Z97AA#ACJ Gaming Keyboard (Black)     A gaming keypad is a small, auxiliary keyboard designed only for gaming. It has a limited number of the original keys from a standard keyboard, and they are arranged in a more ergonomic fashion to facilitate quick and effi