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For many years, R has been the obvious choice for those going into data science. In recent years, something’s changed, however, and R got dethroned. How is Python challenging R’s well-established position and why is Python the king of data science now?
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To say that mobile development is the future would be an understatement – it also dominates the present. Mobile devices (think smartphones) have overtaken desktop machines (such as laptops and old-school workstations) in Internet use back in 2016, and the trend has only progressed since then. Plainly speaking, if your website or product is not usable on mobile devices, you are set to lose over 50% of your potential customers right off the bat.
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A couple of weeks ago, Vue reached the milestone that all Vue enthusiasts were waiting for since quite some time. Vue is now the most starred JS framework on GitHub. To celebrate this success, we’ve decided to go through some of the libraries, tools and packages which make the Vue ecosystem so great. Let’s start.
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Are you launching a development project and having a hard time choosing between Python and C#? Don't worry, we've got you covered.
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The First version of Django was released in 2005. It is implemented in Python, still on the market, and still gaining more and more users every year. The framework follows the Zen of Python and describes itself as “the web framework for perfectionists with deadlines”. It’s true: in each aspect it tries to help developers and encourages them not to invent the wheel all over again. It’s open source and has a huge, ready-to-help community.
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Clear and simple, fast and reliable, flexible and scalable. The Django programming framework is great when it comes to building Python-based applications. As a fully-equipped, open-source toolkit with highly customisable architecture, it encourages quick development and simple code structure.
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Python and Ruby. Two established and widely used programming languages for developing websites and web apps. Both technologies can be used to build and manage sites and applications of any complexity and functionality. YouTube and Google, for instance, were both built using Python. Pretty impressive, right? Absolutely – but some awesome sites have been built with Ruby, too, such as Twitter (originally), Groupon, GitHub, and Hulu.
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Node.js has become the most popular development environment. An increasing number of developers and companies (including tech giants such as LinkedIn or PayPal) are praising Node for its impressive performance. It’s an excellent choice for building scalable apps, and thanks to its microservices architecture, it is easier to set up a quality web application than ever before. We’ve listed six biggest benefits that make Node.js a strong rival for other frameworks when it comes to web development.
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Inn Style was founded in 2011 by Adrian Melrose, Chris Waters and James Kindred. The property management system (PMS) streamlines an accommodation owner’s workload by automating many of the processes that they would otherwise be doing manually. Today Inn Style is used by over 1,000 accommodation owners, and more than 364,000 reservations have been made through the platform.
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With Node.js you can not only quickly build stable and scalable web applications using modules and packages, but also customising each element with it is easier than with any other backend technology available.
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