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Vue vs React: a Comparison From a Business Perspective

If you’re developing a web application, chances are that you have stumbled upon two major front end technologies players – Vue and React. But which one should you choose for your application? Which is better in your case? Which one better suits your business needs? In this article, you will find the answers.
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Shopify App Development: What You Want to Know Before Creating One

Shopify is by far one of the most popular e-commerce platforms, used by 1.75 million businesses around the world. As the number of Shopify stores grows, so does the number of apps – there are nearly 7.5 thousand of them available from the Shopify app store, and that’s not the whole list. Read on to understand Shopify's environment built around applications!
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These Headless Shopify Features Will Make Your Head Spin [Implementation COSTS INCLUDED]

Headless commerce provides retailers with a chance to reach a whole new level of platform performance and offer absolutely unique and tailored customer experiences. Among the most popular headless eCommerce platforms, you’ll find headless Shopify. Its features – as well as the overall approach – can bring profits to any company operating in the eCommerce market.
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Jamstack and JavaScript Conferences and Events to Attend for the Rest of 2022 [DESCRIPTIONS INCLUDED]

We still have many events ahead this year worldwide, of which many are online or hybrid, so you can join wherever you are. In this article we have gathered some interesting events that cover such subjects as Jamstack, Headless, React, JavaScript, API, and microservices. Check the details concerning the venue or ticket prices and see what you can expect by attending.
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Best WordPress Alternatives? Headless CMS: Better Performance and Unlimited Customization Possibilities

WordPress is still the most popular content management system in the world. Up to 65% of all websites using a CMS were built using WordPress. Many website owners opt for this particular system somehow out of habit, convenience or a lack of enough information regarding alternatives to WordPress. But is it really a good idea?
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