Thinking about using Expo for your next React-Native project?

Introduction Expo is a free and open source framework for building React Native projects with JavaScript and React. It includes several build-in components,…
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Unhandled Promise Rejection in depth

Introduction The origin of the Unhandled Promise Rejection error lies in the fact that every JavaScript Promise is expected to handle the rejection…
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Rematch framework with React-Router v4

Introduction In the previous article, we covered the Rematch framework, designed to lower the barrier-to-entry for JavaScript developers starting with Redux and functional…
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Making Redux more accessible with Rematch framework

Introduction Since their launch just a few years ago, React and Redux have by now taken the web by storm. React.JS is one…
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Mitigating Node.JS event loop saturation

The JavaScript language has a concurrency model based on the "event loop" and “message queue” concepts. Since JavaScript is executed on a single-thread,…
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Flutter vs React Native

Introduction In May of 2017, Google released Flutter - an Open Source mobile framework for creating native apps on iOS and Android. Flutter…
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Master JavaScript Promises

The single-threaded, event-loop based concurrency model of JavaScript, deals with processing of events using so-called “asynchronous non-blocking I/O model.” Unlike computer languages such…
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Google Assistant Home Control Actions – Introduction

During Google I/O 2017, Google launched its’ Assistant voice-enabled AI platform for iPhone. Google also released more Google Actions developer tools, including a…
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Amazon Alexa vs Google Assistant vs Microsoft Cortana

During the 2017 Build event, Microsoft unveiled the promised Cortana Assistant - powered speakers and released Cortana to developers looking to introduce voice…
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Voice-enabling smart-home devices with Amazon Alexa (Part III)

In the previous installment of our Alexa skills development exploration, we got to the point of building smarthome and custom skills for Amazon…
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