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11. August, 2017

Angular 4 the Journey to the top in the modern world

Angular 4 is the latest update for the Angular framework. I will not go without slight introduction for those of you who do not know yet, what Angular 4 is and its hidden enriched powers for the mobile and web development world.

Angular 4 is framework aiming mobile and web applications. This framework is actually classed as a new framework comparing to its main competitors such as React and Ember .

React was developed by the developers of Facebook and Instagram. React’s first initial release was in 2013 and Ember’s in 2011. Ember was developed by (Ember Core Team)

The differences between Angular 4 and AngularJS

It was the year 2016 when Angular first appeared in [...]

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28. June, 2017

Angular 2 Components The 27 Most Useful Examples Available

It is for some time now that mobile devices are taking over the market in front of PCs and other devices. The time when mobile web design depended on desktop solutions is all but over. With market turning towards mobile apps it is evident that web design is turning in the same direction. Google did not wait long to develop a JavaScript framework that would fit mobile web developers like a glove. Now, there is almost no web developer that does not enjoy using Angular 2 framework. This is the reason why we decided to present you with 27 Angular 2 components that will make your job as a web developer much easier.

Angular 2 Components List Material Design

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17. October, 2014

Why is good web design very important? [Infographic]

What secrets are hidden behind the most successful websites on the Internet? Why do some sites succeed while most do not? Nowadays many business owners ask this question, and the answers are more than obvious.

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Build a website so that the content shows fast, structured and clear! People are in a hurry. So what does this mean for successful web design? It simply means that you only have 30 seconds or less to capture the visitor’s attention! If they can at least start to read about your offerings within this period, they will go elsewhere. To reduce website load time, keep graphics to a minimum size and optimize it when possible.

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