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How to Migrate to a JavaScript Framework Successfully

Written by Megan Wheeler

Most top-performing modern companies rely on web-based software to operate efficiently while providing value to their customers. These applications often contain custom and intricate business logic that gives businesses an edge over their competition. Building such an application from the ground-up on a highly performant tech stack is an easy choice to make. But what about those companies that have an existing application built on...

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JavaScript Frameworks: The Year of Convergence

Written by Varun Vachhar

If 2016 was the year of JavaScript fatigue then 2017 was most certainly the year of convergence. Most JavaScript frameworks have converged towards using similar tooling and concepts. In this post, I am going to focus on some of the similarities between JavaScript frameworks. I want to show how knowledge of one framework transfers quite well to the others. Component Based Architecture If there is...

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Rangle at AngularConnect 2017!

Written by Rangle.io

AngularConnect, Europe’s largest Angular conference, took place on November 7 and 8 in London, England. As the premium sponsor, Rangle had the honor of being the keynote presenter during the second day of the conference. Our CTO, Yuri Takhteyev, took the stage to share the thrilling story of how far both Angular, the leading open source JavaScript application framework, and Rangle had come in...

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Angular 4 + Truffle: Write, compile & deploy smart contracts on Ethereum based blockchains

Written by Nikhil Bhaskar

If you’ve been keeping up with the cryptocurrency game, odds are you’ve heard about Ethereum. Ethereum is, in short, a platform that allows you to write smart contracts to be executed on their blockchain(s). Firstly, what is a smart contract? Vitalik explains it best, so I’ll let him do the explaining - check this out. In short, a smart contract is...

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10 Ways to Misuse Angular

Written by Philip Da Silva

Co-written with Varun Vachhar. Any chainsaw that can cut down a tree can also take off a leg if used carelessly. Equally, any framework as powerful as Angular will inevitably contain traps for the unwary. This article, the latest entry in our Architect’s Guide to Angular, looks at ways in which Angular is sometimes mis-used and what developers should do instead. 1. Don't Ignore...

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