Using Web Components With React.js

React and web components are complementary technologies that can help us build a more modular, future-proof frontend. Discover when you might choose web components over React and how to use them together. React.js is a JavaScript framework used to build complex frontend applications. It provides convenient methods for managing state (i.e. memory) and lays out … Continued

Introspection Fragment Matching in GraphQL

GraphQL helps empower the front-end developer to be able to retrieve data from a single endpoint with ease. By utilizing the query function, we can receive data stored remotely through a JSON-like structure. Since GraphQL prioritizes speed and ease of setup, there are some features that you will need to pass to your GraphQL client … Continued

React vs. Polymer

The age of monolithic javascript frameworks is beginning to end. The age of libraries and web standards is here to stay. The monolithic framework is dead because it locks you into one way of developing your application. This one way does not leave room for new and better ways of development in the future. Both … Continued