ValueBlogging

The rise of the Svelte JavaScript framework

by Tomasz Świstak

The JavaScript world has a lot of frameworks and libraries. In fact, developers like to joke that it is always “zero days since the last JavaScript framework was released.” Most are not worthy of note and don’t have much practical use. However, from time to time, a real gem comes along. I’d like to present to you the Svelte JavaScript framework, which offers a new approach to creating user interfaces in JavaScript.

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Ready-made frameworks vs self-designed UI

by Tomasz Świstak

Ready-made frameworks tare tempting but are they always the best option? Or should you let your designers break off the chains of popular design guidelines and go with their imagination? We’re comparing ready-made UI components frameworks against hand-crafted designs.

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Software tester vs Quality Engineer

by Daniel Sitek

Once upon a time, the role of a tester in a product team was limited. With the rise of agile methods, positions and workflow have been redefined. We still need a dedicated quality checker… but it’s not your good old last-minute tester.

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Frontend state management with Redux

by Tomasz Świstak

Redux is a popular library for JavaScript state management. It provides clean architecture, modularity, and excellent community support. In this post we explain more about its architecture, advantages, disadvantages and alternatives.

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AWS CodePipeline in Movello project

by Piotr Dawidiuk

In this post we explain more about a CI/CD service called AWS Pipeline. AWS CodePipeline is a response for those who would like to model, visualize and integrate more or less complicated building and deployment processes. From our perspective, that was a natural choice as the application is fully running in the cloud.

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