In this article, Jonathan shares how the team at bit.dev is leveraging components-driven design and tools to build micro frontends, to enjoy a more efficient, fast, and scalable modern web development process.
Akari’s cloud-native journey spanned 12 months, moving from servers to serverless for core applications. In this article we’ll be talking about what we wish we did, development considerations for bootstrapping a project, ops and observability ups and downs, and how we optimize cost across our platform.
In this article, the CTO of CorLife writes about the architectural guidelines and principles that helped his team ship high quality code as quickly as possible while supporting the general operation of the platform.
This is the story of how we re-architected our website at NuxtJS so we could launch our new docs. How we got rid of servers to use the new content module and added linters and testing. The goal was to make sure we could easily scale it with new content, a new design, make it easier for translators and have a better developer experience.
A universal approach to accessibility can shift the dynamics of how we implement it in MVPs or even in the founding stages of our applications. Read this article to learn more about some of the steps that can be taken to make sure your MVP places accessibility at the heart of its development.