Web Development and Cloud Computing
Imagine if your web-framework shipped with the browser and ran as native code, wouldn't that be great? Well it does - it's call the platform and it's awesome.
Polymer 3.0 was just announced and with it some major changes. What do they mean and where might things be headed? Plus what is this lit-html template engine?
Learn how to add Toolbars and Dialog Boxes to your Polymer Starter Kit project cleanly.
Redux is a great state management library, Polymer is a great WebComponent library - here's how you use them together.
Want to share state between elements that are separated in the DOM? Not sure if you should be using Redux? Find out the easy way to do it with Polymer 2.0
The design and technologies used can have a huge impact on the operating costs of an app. For a bootstrapped micro-startup it's critcal to pick the right ones.
Creating a micro-startup software business can be fun, exciting and a fantastic learning opportunity to sharpen your skills and try out new technologies.
How to access firebase database and manage authenticated user accounts from a Go (Golang) server without an official Firebase Admin SDK for Go
The danger of accidentally sharing memory when using a bytes.Buffer Pool in Go
Learn how to make non-active views truly inert when using Polymers iron-pages and app-route elements and prevent wasted DOM updates and AJAX calls
Developing pure WebComponents makes our code investment more reusable and longer lived vs writing for specific frameworks
Using prebid.js header bidding with Dfp to add additional revenue streams and increase adsense earnings at the same time.