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How to prepare a page for Google Page Experience update?

Core Web Vitals is a set of new Google Page Experience signals. It is to be implemented within a year. How should companies prepare their websites for the new Google algorithm update and why is UX becoming more and more important for business?

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React.js in practice. We talk about our projects

In one of the previous articles we wrote about the advantages and applications of React.js. This time we'd like to boast about the projects that we managed to complete with this versatile and fantastic Javascript library.

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Fast, flexible and versatile. Why is React.js a business-friendly technology?

It provides a solution to every problem. Accelerates work on the project, helps to save time and money. If you plan to build an interactive web application, React.js provides the perfect answer to your needs.

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Good, versatile and ugly. Why is PHP still alive?

PHP is not popular among the young generation of software developers. It is a programming language with a long history, which involves a number of outdated solutions. It lacks grace, consistency and is no longer state-of-the-art. However, it has a fundamental advantage: you can solve almost any problem with it.

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Video content in mobile apps: Why do I see it everywhere?

There are already a few mobile apps built around video analysis, editing, or live streaming that stand out. Here's why.

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Time and Material Contracts: Model of Formula 1

What do you think when you hear a phrase the Time & Material? My answer is F1. Yes, F1 racing series. Let me tell you why.

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The capital of the strongest DEV-characters

Polish character traits like determination, accuracy and incredible persistence are the key to understand why developers from Poland are one of the best in the world.

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SVM – Using machine learning for image analysis

By taking advantage of advanced algorithms, it’s now possible to build innovative products, such as image analysis apps. How exactly?

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Why Xamarin Does Not Suit All Your Needs

Xamarin has a potential of speeding up development, being an inexpensive option for business. But cheap is not always the best when we need quality, stability and long-term maintenance. Let's explore potential downsides to using Xamarin as a development tool.

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Modern Android Development after Google I/O 2018

What are the key takeaways for Android developers after this year's Google I/O? tl;dr on improvements that you shouldn't miss.

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Cross-platform vs Native Mobile App Development - Which To Choose?

Choosing between cross-platform and native apps can be problematic. Read about the differences and the reasons why we rather develop native apps.

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Material Design Android App Onboarding. A Tale From The Front Line

It’s a good UX practice to show your users around when they first launch your app. While developing a mobile app, you can do it in various ways. We decided to opt for progressive user onboarding, as there was some not-so-obvious functionality that we wanted to make sure users get familiar with.

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A Quick Guide To Being Excited About Android O

On March 21, Google released the first of their planned Android O developer previews. Here’s a quick guide to being excited about it.

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Law of Demeter

Law of Demeter is a rule that applies to object-oriented programming. The question is - should we use it while coding or not? Here's the answer.

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