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Top 10 Development and Design Articles Week #5

Eric Fontaine (@EricFontaine_)

June 22, 2016 Resources

Here is our weekly tech digest based on our 10 most engaged tweets about Development and Design :)

#1 Migrating to PHP7

At busuu, with a user base of 60 millions people, we can serve up to 60,000 HTTP API requests per minute and to do so we have a large fleet of instances hosted on more

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#2 Why we chose Reactjs despite Angularjs’s popularity

In the fall of 2014 we started developing version 10 of the OutSystems platform. In the beginning we did several POCs to evaluate the more

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#3 Redux explained in 4 simple steps

So in the past few months there is a lot of fuss going on in Javascript community about React and Redux. Everyone is writing their application in more

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#4 Mongodb enable authentication (Enable Access Control)

In the context of databases, authentication acquires one more dimension because it may happen at different levels. It may be more

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#5 Animated basic charts in D3 and React

React and D3 are match made in heaven. In this article we will create basic pie, bar, line charts with event driven animation using D3 for more

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#6 Hydra, a precursor to GraphQL

While my team spent much of 2013 working on core business solutions at, a domestic, contract software company spent over a more

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#7 Make your sublime setup a bit more React-friendly!

This post is just going to be a quick roundup to make your sublime setup a bit more React-friendly based on my experience. The default Sublime Text more

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#8 Create a simple, free, text-driven Twitterbot with AWS Lambda & Node.js

Have you always wanted to make your very own Twitterbot, but didn’t want to run a server to do so? Using AWS Lambda and very little code, you more

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#9 Isomorphic Javascript, let’s make it easier

Ever since the invention of NodeJS people have loved the idea that you could “share” your JavaScript experience across the stack. This (in theory) more

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#10 Interacting with APIs using React Native fetch

Fetch is a fantastic networking API that was chosen for React Native, but because it is relatively new, there are a few things to be aware of when more

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