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How to Maintain Performance with Big Datasets Using Highcharts.js and Vue

Sometimes you just need to show big datasets in your project. However, the library that you’ve used so far, as soon as you start to add data, becomes clunky and slow. You start to optimize your code, make cuts, or simplifications in datasets… In this article I’m going to show you that it does not have to be that way.
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Shopify Customization: Naturaily & Woolman Joint Case Study

Shopify remains the most popular e-commerce platform in the world. With 800,000 clients on board, who have made combined sales in excess of $100 billion, Shopify has a strong position as a market leader. However, it is not 100% flawless. Luckily for us, there is a shortage of integrations with external management, tracking or shipping systems, especially on the European market.
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The Most Common Problems of Growing Shopify Stores and How to Solve Them with the Right Native or Custom Integrations

The issues which arise in larger e-commerce stores can be related to technology, logistics or communication. In our daily work here, we focus on solving technical problems, so let’s look into most common technical issues among our customers.
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RubyC 2019 Highlights

RubyC is a European conference devoted to Ruby, Rails and other related technologies. Hundreds of Ruby enthusiasts and developers gather to exchange knowledge, discuss the latest news and learn from each other. As soon as we knew the date of the conference, we immediately booked seats on the plane from Wroclaw to Kiev. We had to be there, Naturaily.
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Why Do We Fail at Abstractions?

We have all been there. We got a task to introduce totally new functionality. New database relations, controllers, services, models, views. We all said: “this time it will be different”. We asked the right business questions, and designed exactly what was requested. In spite of that, three sprints later, things got messy. The code is rigid, the business requirements have changed and the project is out of hand, again.
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