The mobile revolution Before diving into native vs hybrid mobile app platforms, we need a little context. In the summer of 1983, at a conference in Aspen, a young Steve Jobs presented a vision of the future. This was many years before the advent … Read more
The front-end developer takes care of making a website functional and usable for the user. In other words, s/he completes the work of the back-end developer, who instead builds and manages all that concerns the server aspect of the site. The front-end developer is much more than a web designer because s/he deals with the visual and graphic aspect and also makes it possible for the visitor to surf for the website's business purposes.
Considering the nature of the primary task of the front-end developer, it is clear that s/he must necessarily have a good knowledge of the fundamentals of UX (User Experience). It should be clarified that, due to the heterogeneity of Internet users, quality such as creativity, versatility and problem-solving are absolutely necessary for a skilled front-end developer.
The role of the front-end developer can be both as a freelance and employee, and we must also bear in mind that it goes nicely with the concept of smart working, because we are talking about a job that does not necessarily require a fixed physical location to be carried out.
This article, developed together with Be Digitech Solutions, analyzes the gRPC architecture created by Google, the special advantages it offers compared to REST architecture, and how we can migrate from REST to gRPC in terms of microservices … Read more
The Boom in Web Design The demand for web developer talent and UI/UX skills is now global. Websites such as Adecco's, a platform that helps connect developers with major innovative companies, are proof of that: there, you can find a curated … Read more
Devtools have changed everything. There was a time when web development involved designing and building your web pages in a web design application—or in your code editor of choice—and switching back and forth between that and a browser to test and … Read more
What Is NextJS and Why Are People Using It? The continual state of change that the internet has been under since it became widespread has made good web application development something of a moving target. Next.js is a front-end framework that … Read more
Evolving Architecture: From the Monolith to Micro Frontend The web is evolving. Applications are becoming more and more complex, and the need for more modular and maintainable code is growing with them. Monolithic structures are no longer … Read more
Abstract This article discusses Headless architecture for eCommerce systems. Digging into the demand for this type of structure in the modern IT world, the negative points of a more traditional platform will be analysed from both the developer’s … Read more
As smartphone use continues to grow, more people choose mobile applications to websites for their ease of access and high performance, even with slow internet connections. It is expected that by 2021, 54% of e-commerce sales will be generated on … Read more
Who is Sailogy? Sailing is a great experience that many people would like to enjoy more often than they do. The demand for simpler booking tools indicates that there is a large market to serve. Sailogy currently offers 22,375 certified boats and … Read more
This is a comprehensive guide for developers and those who want to learn about JS. It covers the basics of the language, syntax, and how it relates to other languages like Java or C++. It also includes useful information on code formatting, debugging … Read more
Nowadays, we are witness to a growing interest in microservices-based architecture, which generally relates to the writing and integration of back-end software. Microservices bring a plethora of benefits to the development process, allowing a high … Read more