React, Flux, GraphQL, Hack, HHVM...? All of this and more!
Finnair, the flagship carrier of Finland recently kickstarted an ambitious venture to the digital world. The company is hiring 70 digital specalists, including inhouse developers to work with Java, Node.js and Angular.
YouTube is the undisputed video platform for the web. Back in 2005 when it launched it revolutionized online video with Flash (yes, that Flash) and was acquired by Google in October 2006.
Casual video viewers as well as amateur and professional content creators, everybody uses YouTube. From Flash to HTML5 video the technology has evolved. Now YouTube going for Web Components.
Front end development has become increasingly about configuration and setting up a development environment. Gone are the days when you fired up notepad and started working. Now you need to spend hours before you get started with producing actual code. Or do you?
In 2015 React.js became the epitome of cool and Angular.js turned from everyone's favourite front end framework to a horrible two-way databinding monster. Obviously that's all overstated and Angular 1.x continues to function just as well as it did in 2014 and solves a lot of problems.
Angular.js, React.js and Vue.js are popular front end technologies often pitted against each other. They are not technical equivalents, but a comparison among them is still valid.