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Node.js and Python are two established solutions for server-side application development. With either platform, your team can develop and manage web apps of any complexity and functionality. As an app owner, you might be wondering which tool to choose for your next project. The choice will not be easy, and to make the final decision you should be aware of the advantages and limitations of Node and Python, and, more importantly, understand cases and types of applications where Node.js could be better than Python, and vice versa.
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React Native has been hailed as the next big thing in mobile app development. It’s an open-source programming language, which utilizes JavaScript and is maintained by Facebook. It has been praised for how relatively easy it is to learn (compared to platforms native to Android and iOS) and for a serious competition it posed for an already established cross-platform tool: Xamarin.
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We hope that you’ll have a great time coding with us over the weekend during the Ruby on Rails workshop. But before we start, your machine will need to be ready for the challenge. Here is a quick checklist of what you should set up beforehand.
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Rather than guessing whether your new interface will achieve its goal, why not get concrete data so that you know for sure. In this post by Sezgin Hergul of Usability Tools, you'll find out how to get and use actionable data to evaluate your new interface and take targeted actions to improve it.
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If you could buy time in bulk, you probably would. Well, here's a fast way to do just that. Take a look at the top picks in newsletters for: web and mobile development, front-end development and web design. Grab a few and give them a try!
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JavaScript is a very popular programming language used in lots of projects, also those in Ruby on Rails. It's a good idea to get to know both od these. Whether you are an experienced web developer or just getting your feet wet in the wonderful "ocean" of web development and programming, these handy resources can help you improve your skills in JavaScript and hopefully teach you a few new tricks along the way.
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Developers develop. Explainers explain. Sometimes there's not much overlap. Jargon naturally emerges from the shorthand that experts use to talk to each other, and that's just as true of web development.
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Take a look at your bookshelf. Are there any Ruby on Rails books? Read on and update your book shopping list, there's so much more than just blogs and StackOverflow!
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12 Useful Gems for Automation Software Testing

Everyone makes mistakes, and software development is not an exception. That’s why testing should be an essential part of a developer’s work. You may not think about it in the process, but the truth is simple: while some mistakes in the code won't affect the functionality of the software, the others can have costly or even dangerous outcomes.
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Are you confident that your website is delivering good performance to your users? By staying on track with the latest trends and performing updates as necessary, you can always be sure that your site doesn't suck.
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