There are a lot of moving pieces in creating a real-world application in React. This guide brings up some key considerations worth looking at before getting started on your next React development project. It offers a high-level outline of the many decisions you may have to make, from tooling choices all the way through to deployment and performance strategies.
Download the whitepaper for an overview of the developer tools and strategies you need in all stages of app development, such as:
The end game? To improve your productivity by planning before you start executing.
Planning an Angular (version 2 and above) application is something you may have already done, or will be soon attempting. This whitepaper documents a high-level outline of things to consider when planning an Angular application, from tooling choices during development all the way through to deployment and performance strategies. There’s certainly a lot more to it than meets the initial eye.
Learn the answers to all these questions and more through the analysis and predictions of Progress Developer Advocates - Tara Manicsic, TJ VanToll and Burke Holland.
SharePoint is changing so much that the traditional SharePoint developer may start becoming a little frustrated. On the flip side, these are exciting times: instead of learning the Microsoft version of a technology that’s rapidly becoming outdated, you can use the latest and greatest in jQuery and Angular (or Knockout.js, React.js, etc.) and create great SharePoint UI.
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This is a report by SharePoint Gurus, an award-winning consultancy based in Sydney, Australia, that specialize in improving productivity through configuring and developing Microsoft SharePoint technologies.
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A collaboration between the experts at Progress® OpenEdge® and Telerik® Kendo UI®, this eye-opening work includes practical examples and explains how the JSDO is used with the Kendo UI components. You’ll learn how to:
Progress surveyed over 4,000 software developers worldwide between September 5 - 26, 2012 regarding their usage, attitudes and expectations surrounding HTML5 and its adoption for development initiatives.
The main objective was to determine adoption patterns of HTML5, separating hype from reality to get an accurate picture of real world use. The survey also attempted to measure the impact of factors such as Facebook’s decision to “go native” or the W3C/WHATWG standards split on overall adoption rates or attitudes towards HTML5 in the next year.