React, Flux, GraphQL, Hack, HHVM...? All of this and more!
One of the key arguments developers could say agains Angular development was that if it's that great, then why is Google itself not using it extensively?
React.js and the accompanying ecosystem has gained huge momentum since it's launch in 2013. During 2015 the ecosystem was in a constant state of change and Angular was amidst a huge change. So now midway through to 2016, what should you choose and why?
GraphQL is a technology for one of the most common things developers working with external data: Fetching and manipulating data on a remote server. It is similar to REST, but is more straightforward and a standard where as REST is just a vague term.
The WordPress security team today announced known vulnerabilities in the WordPress REST plugins that expose user data to unauthenticated users.
React is a popular front end technology, originally started as a mere view layer but it has since grown into a whole ecosystem covering many aspects of web application development. One of the most painful points of web development continues to be forms
Facebook has become a large force on the Internet. The social media giant has branched out widely and is investing heavily in Open Source through contributions from database and server level to front end technologies.