Written by Jorgé on Friday November 4, 2016
Written by Jorgé on Thursday November 3, 2016
Written by Jorgé on Wednesday November 2, 2016
Ghost is a blogging platform written in Node.js. It is fairly popular and a direct competitor to WordPress. Ghost also has a pleasing aesthetic.
So much so, that WordPress.com, a commercial entity, decided to take their default theme and use it. Without permission and explicitly breaking the licensing terms. OMG, evil corporation taking advantage of the organic artisan developer!
Written by Jorgé on Monday October 31, 2016
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.
Written by Jorgé on Tuesday October 25, 2016
Angular, React and Vue.js are three popular technologies that are widely deployed and used for creating rich user interfaces for web applications. They're all somewhat of competitors, but at the end of the day they are all comparable and none holds a significant advantage.
Written by Jorgé on Monday October 24, 2016
Dgraph, a very ambitious project that aims to match together an advanced Graph Database and a GraphQL API. For database projects especially, stability and adoption are key.
There are only a handful of popular databases in each category, and for GraphQL powered DBs, there is still no gold standard. Dgraph could be it.
Written by Jorgé on Wednesday October 19, 2016
The next version of the most popular server side language powering the Web, PHP is scheduled to receive a Just In Time (JIT) compiler in its next major version.
Written by Jorgé on Monday October 17, 2016
Written by Jorgé on Saturday October 15, 2016
Written by Jorgé on Thursday October 13, 2016