During this year’s F8 Developer Conference, Facebook announced that the next generation of the React front-end framework – called React Fiber – is approaching release. Fiber is a complete rewrite of React’s core, aimed at improving UI responsiveness and perceived performance for end-users.
We’re all a part of the digitization era. That means that companies which once relied on an offline business model must move it (at least partly) to the online world. Therefore more and more companies face the same struggle: Should I hire my own development team or outsource it to a software agency?
Some time ago we mentioned on our blog that according to Clutch, Monterail was ranked as a market leader in Polish development companies, Ruby on Rails developers, and software companies in general. With more testimonials published on our profile, we’ve climbed even higher and managed to become #1 in Ruby on Rails category.
Would you be willing to believe programming is like speaking or like writing poetry? That programming languages can be as postmodern as contemporary art? Even though it may sound controversial at first, this comparison is in no way fresh off the presses. Programming languages, their long evolution and the people that create and maintain them do not exist in a cultural vacuum.
There has been a big fuss around React Native (RN) apps compliance with App Store review guidelines for a while now. The big question is: Is Apple supposed to ban React Native and remove apps built with it from its store? We dove deeper into the subject to find out what is going on. Here’s the essence of this debate.