The growing trend of software companies shifting from one-time purchase models to subscription services is rather disturbing. Wwhile this provides a consistent revenue stream for companies, it burdens consumers with repeated costs and may result in subscription fatigue.
The very first poll from Developer’s Notebook asks what your favorite operating system to use while programming.
For years, my go-to frontend framework was React, but now I prefer using Angular for my projects. This is why.
There are constantly new technologies coming out on the market. While this might seem like a great thing, there are some darker sides to it that no one seems to talk about.
Vue.js makes it easy to implement router-level code splitting. Page loaders are a great way to indicate that your application is loading.
Having been employed as a developer in one form or another for the past couple of decades, I can thoroughly relate to what this blogger has written about how little work actually gets done and why.
Despite what a lot of application developers think, changing a user interface too often is bad for users. It confuses users and generally generates distrust in your product.
A notebook for developers.
What is Developer’s Notebook?
The answer to that is simple. It is a place where developers can gather information, read interesting articles, learn through examples and generally feel at home.