Whether you're working on a simple web app or a huge corporate portal, the Laravel PHP framework is up for the task. In this tutorial, you'll go through the steps required to set up a Laravel-powered LAMP stack using a DigitalOcean-based cloud server running Ubuntu 16.04.2.
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When considering moving to or building on React, understanding your data and how you want it to live is something that must be figured out before moving forward. This article looks at how the Cloud Elements team made the decision to move on from the AngularJS frameowrk to React.
Laravel is one of the most used PHP frameworks for projects of all scopes. The framework is versatile and supported by a passionate community of developers and users. In this tutorial, you'll go through the steps required to set up a Laravel-powered LAMP stack on a cloud server running Ubuntu.
In a world of monolithic web frameworks, Express.js offers an alternative. It is described as a "fast, unopinionated, minimalist server-side web framework for Node.js." and strives to make web application development for Node.js easier. This article breaks down exactly how Express works.
At F8 -- Facebook's annual developer conference -- the company's engineers announced a new version of React with a core designed to optimize the performance of applications that are written with the framework. The new core, React Fiber, is better at scheduling tasks based on what the user is doing.
Angular 2, the Web application framework released in September 2016, is already proving to be leaps ahead of its predecessor. We examine what is working so far, what elements of the framework are still lacking, how it measures up to other frameworks and its outlook and implications for developers.
Google has released gRPC 1.0, a universal RPC Framework that can be used to build performance-oriented web applications. gRPC is based on Stubby, a single general-purpose RPC infrastructure used by Google for many years. gRPC 1.0 is a GA release and can be considered production ready.
Virtual conference hack.summit() returns for its second year on February 22 - 25, 2016. The conference brings technology leaders together in a virtual space so that participants around the world can learn direct from the most innovative creators in the API, mobile, data, cloud and IoT realms.
The team that maintain the open source Spring Framework have now included first-class support for CORS in a move that aligns the framework with REST APIs and HTML5 specifications.