Category Archives: Web Development

NodeJS web development – Good and bad

Being the most popular programming language, JavaScript is also one of the most universal software development technologies. Traditionally used as a web frontend development tool, it has also become a major cross-platform mobile development tool as a basic technology for a large number of platforms, such as Apache Cordova/PhoneGap, React Native, NativeScript, Appcelerator Titanium. But the areas … Continue reading NodeJS web development – Good and bad

React16 blessings in disguise for React developers

Just like how people are excited about updating their mobile apps and OS, developers should also be excited to update their frameworks. The new version of the different frameworks come with new features and tricks out of the box. Below are some of the good features you should consider when migrating your existing app to … Continue reading React16 blessings in disguise for React developers

Using Firebase for mobile application development

Firebase mobile application development is one of the easiest way to ensure and develop a high-quality app quickly, grow an engaged user base, and earn more money. Firebase is Google’s unified platform that brings together powerful features for your app, including a mobile backend, analytics, and growth and monetization tools. Nowadays, mobile doesn’t exist without … Continue reading Using Firebase for mobile application development

React JS for Beginners

React.js has been popular among web app developers recently and a lot of websites has adopted the library because of the perks it provides. This post is not about pros and cons of the React.js library, although you can find a myriad of articles and posts on the web comparing React.js with other front-end frameworks. In layman’s … Continue reading React JS for Beginners

Web application architectural shifts

The application development landscape has been changing continuously over the past few years, both on the client side (frontend) as well as on the server side (backend). On the client side, we have plenty of awesome new and updated JavaScript [and other scripting] frameworks; and on the server side, we have new architectural approaches such … Continue reading Web application architectural shifts