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Use FeathersJS to build REST and API in no time

The vast number of JavaScript backend frameworks has been created during the burst of NodeJS popularity. They differ in complexicity, available features or architectural patterns and it’s often really hard to decide which one to use. There’s of course the most popular and universal Express, but it requires time to configure, define project structure, choose […]

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React.js and Vue.js – JavaScript libraries comparison

There is this popular Polish meme with monkey acting like stereotypical man in his 50s. His name is Janusz, his car is 1.9 TDI version of well-known B5, he is proud of his mustache. He always says “it used to be [better]”. That adage is also true in JavaScript development. Back in 2006 jQuery was […]

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Getting started with… to ditch Selenium once and for all

When you think of UI testing, Selenium is probably the first what comes to your mind. No wonder. It’s most widely used E2E test platform. Selenium Web driver is used either directly or through other frameworks like Angular’s Protractor. Did you ever used it? If yes, then you know that it has several problems. In […]

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Android Data Binding library post

Android Data Binding library tutorial

About Android Data Binding When we develop an Android application, we must connect data in java code with the xml layout file. A common approach is to use findViewById() or Butter Knife library to bind views and create listeners. After that, we need to manually set values for layout file. To minimize the glue code […]

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