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No one likes those big articles - that’s why we’re creating Quick Tips - short tips to change your developer's life from the moment you read them. Those may be some patterns explained in JS code on real-life examples or some techniques for better code.
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Another interview from the Frontend series is here! Read the story of Sergiusz Strumiński - Senior Frontend Developer & Team Leader. This is a series of interviews with our developers who would like to contribute to our culture of knowledge sharing. Read more in the article below
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Another interview from the Frontend series is here! Read the story of Grzegorz Bąk. This is a series of interviews with our developers who would like to contribute to our culture of knowledge sharing. Read more in the article below
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Here comes another interview from our Frontend department. Read the story of Stanislav Holub, a Frontend Developer who started working at Netguru in October 2020. This is a series of interviews with our developers who would like to contribute to our culture of knowledge sharing. Read more in the article below.
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Monoliths are not that popular as they used to be. Today’s applications are split into back-end and front-end with dedicated programmers and servers. It allows us to separate business logic from graphics and increase an application performance. But what if your client doesn’t have enough money to build separate applications? Or when an application is too small to split? What if we don’t have enough knowledge of Javascript frameworks? No problem! The very simple StimulusJS framework in connection with Rails and the dedicated StimulusReflex gem can do awesome things.
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Frontend Interview Series Begins Here! Here's an interview with Krystian Koper - Frontend Engineering Manager. Read his story!
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Open source projects are all over the web and they can solve almost any problem that we, as developers, encounter.  I, as a frontend developer, use open-source products all the time starting from popular libraries like Bootstrap or Lodash and finishing with small ones, for example for handling scroll animations. This made me think about why open-source projects are so popular despite not providing any income to the creators. So I dug into the topic to find out.
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Introduction - callbacks At the end of the last part of this series we tackled callbacks and some concerns of using them. This one will mostly cover issues they can cause and modern methods of handling asynchronous code. 
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Amazon Web Services is an on-demand cloud computing services platform offered by Amazon. In simple words - they offer many services like file storage, databases, DNS, and servers you can use on their infrastructure.
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Web Components: When, Where, and Why to Use Them

Web components are great for keeping the design standards in large organizations, or between projects which use various frameworks or to “Futureproof” your organization if new shiny library/framework will come up. In my opinion the best way to write them is by using Stencil in terms of speed/comfort of writing or even speed of the Components library. This article tries to summarize all the knowledge I have about Web Components: when, where, and why to use them? What is Stencil and why to use it? How (by my opinion) should we write Web Components.
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