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React vs Vue - similarities and differences

React vs Vue - similarities and differences
Wojciech Miśta - Content Writer

Both React and Vue have gained a lot of attention and interest from the developer's community for the past 3 years. Although their technical nature is slightly different, they are often compared to each other due to a similar set of features making them compete in web development market.

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‘Learn IT, girl!’ project. Women in IT!

‘Learn IT, girl!’ project. Women in IT!
Agnieszka Bugajska - Front-end Developer

There are many different non-profit international IT projects, where women can learn how to program in various programming languages such as JavaScrip, Java, Ruby and many more.

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How to create blog in Meteor (NOT for complete beginners!)

How to create blog in Meteor (NOT for complete beginners!)
Sebastian Brych - Junior Ruby on Rails and Meteor Developer

The purpose of this post is to show you how to create a very simple blog app in Meteor. Instead of writing everything from scratch, we're going to use packages that can help you speed up your development cycle and be more productive.

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Backbone.js plugins: Local.Storage and Backbone.validation

Backbone.js plugins: Local.Storage and Backbone.validation
Agnieszka Bugajska - Junior Front-end Developer

What is Backbone Local.Storage? Backbone Local.Storage is a method which helps frontend developers to store the data locally. When someone starts making a new application and they need to save some data that they added in their project, and still, they do not have any information downloaded from the backend, they can use Local.Storage.

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Marionette: plain object over reqres, commands above all!

Marionette: plain object over reqres, commands above all!
Maciej Kucharski - Front-end Developer

A brief introduction to Marionette’s reqres ( request-response ) and commands would be that they are application (or module) level event aggregators that either return a value or cause an action to happen. Both provide similar api to execute and set handlers:

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