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Top 10 Development and Design Articles Week #13

Eric Fontaine (@EricFontaine_)

August 17, 2016 Resources

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

#1 9 Game changing tools that every remote developer can’t live without

As remote developers at devAcademy, we are working with customers from around the world, from Los Angeles to Lima. This means that we face... read more

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#2 First weeks in Elm

Elm has gained some serious attention in the Elixir community. At Erlang Factory SF 2016, Chris McCord shared his Phoenix talk with Elm’s creator... read more

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#3 Nerding out with the Amazon IoT button

A little while ago Amazon announced a programmable button, based on the Dash button, and made for developers. It’s basically a wireless button that... read more

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#4 Building real-time React applications with Redux and Meteor

This article explains how we plan to get rid of all these problems at once, by using Meteor only in the backend. But even if you are not using Meteor... read more

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#5 Angularjs vs Reactjs

Here we are comparing a full fledged framework (Angular) with a mere library (React). This is the very first thing every frontend developer needs to... read more

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#6 Just launched React Native Taxi app theme

With the aim to offer Uber-for-X services at finger tips, we are now introducing React Native Taxi App Theme. A ready to use Uber clone taxi app... read more

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#7 Beyond memory leaks in Javascript

Memory leaks are like that pimple you have on your nose with prom night coming. You know that they exist and they’re not going anywhere, but you just pray... read more

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#8 Here are all the Git commands I used last week, and what they do.

I remember thinking, “Wouldn’t it be nice if there were a list of the most common Git commands along with an explanation as to why they are... read more

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#9 Good code is like a good joke — it requires no explanation.

If your code is self-explanatory, there’s no need for comments and documentations, most of the time. Good code is like a car with a great stereo... read more

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#10 Implementing Facebook’s Reaction animation

If you are a Facebooker, chance you will use this popup everyday to share your emotion across the Internet. In this blog post, we will... read more

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