Building a Scalable and Maintainable Front-End with Component-Based Architecture

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In 2013, Facebook introduced ReactJs and changed the way developers built front-end applications. With its Component-Based Architecture (CBA), developers could divide the application features into smaller pieces and then encapsulate them to form autonomous and independent systems. Over time, using Component-Based Architecture for designing and developing the front-end applications became best practice as development teams realized its benefits.

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Everything You Need to Know About Hiring Node.js Developers

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With tech giants like Walmart, LinkedIn, eBay, GoDaddy, and many others adding Node.js to their tech stack and choosing it to build your server-side applications is undoubtedly a wise decision. But have you ever wondered what makes Node.js a preferred choice for 10+ years? Is it the capacity to decrease the average response time that once PayPal achieved with it or the speed and flexibility of the framework that Amazon also experienced?

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How to Align Your Front-End Team Structure with Architecture

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Scaling up from a startup is a major transition for any organization. It is no secret that a company's engineering culture plays a crucial role in achieving the required scale. Companies generally follow various models/methodologies under the software development life cycle (SDLC) to modify the development culture. However, developers can get clogged in dependencies and tedious discussions with other departments without the practice of responsibility and ownership.

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What is a Dedicated Development Team and When to Hire One?

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The ManpowerGroup’s Talent Shortage Survey 2020 reveals that the American tech market is largely affected by the global talent shortage, and tech positions are among the top 10 toughest roles to fill. Only 29.4% of candidates applying for the software architect position, and 39.6% of candidates for DevOps positions completely meet the recruiters’ expectations. The bottom line is that hiring qualified developers with the required skills without overspending is almost impossible.

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