Blog Posts (10)
Astro🚀 has been a hot topic since its release in June 2022, especially because it is extremely fast. So it was a no-brainer to choose which framework we should go with next for our series of minimal eCommerce boilerplates titled ‘dounut’.
And is it something you should use in your application? Does it replace SSR and suspense? Let’s go through each of these questions individually and better understand the core concepts behind React Server Components, their advantages, and their impact on modern web development practices.
Having worked as a web developer for a while, I've had the pleasure (and occasional frustration) of working on projects that demanded the best from both frameworks. If you head over to the official React website, Next.js and Remix.run are the two frameworks recommended there. Each comes with its bag of tricks and quirks, making the development journey a roller coaster ride.
Next.js, loved for its strong emphasis on performance, especially with "static" mode, has become one of the most widely embraced frameworks worldwide. Its charm lies in its well-established ecosystem and seamless integration with Vercel, making it a go-to choice for many developers.
On the flip side, Remix, despite being relatively new, is receiving praise for its dynamic flexibility and smooth data handling, positioning itself as an exciting option for teams looking to create agile user experiences and robust data management systems while also keeping fantastic performance.
Let's get cracking and delve into the details of these frameworks.
3rd party scripts are also notorious for hurting your website’s performance in addition to posing security risks. With that being the case, let’s look at the cost of third-party scripts and how to manage their impact better.
GraphQL is a query language that optimizes performance by returning only the requested data, while TypeScript is a statically-typed language that helps catch errors during development. Together they can create robust and efficient web applications.
The frontend frameworks ecosystem is booming so much that finding the right one for your online business/store has become challenging (at best). We’d love to help. This post is all about that.
The world of React frameworks is ever-evolving; many frameworks are available on hand to create incredible web applications. Gatsby.js and Next.js are two such contenders, and over the years, they have evolved and learned from each other. However, things have changed (for Gatsby.js mostly).
Let's delve into the current state of affairs and inject a dose of opinion into the mix.
Hosting a conference? You’re already in talks with speakers, sponsors, venues, etc. while planning marketing activities, and you need an awesome-looking website, but don't have too much time for it. Enter the Intergalactic Conference boilerplate.