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  • Brahmos, a New, Small, React-Like UI Framework with Concurrent Rendering -- Q&A with Sudhanshu Yadav

    Brahmos implements the known React APIs (hooks, context, concurrent mode, and more) with a different and potentially faster method that also leverages a standard feature of JavaScript: template literals. Brahmos is among the very few UI frameworks that implements the experimental concurrent mode API sponsored by React. Other frameworks may be waiting out, or discarding the feature entirely.

  • Dev & UX: How Integrating UX Improves Engineering’s Efficiency and Sanity

    User experience (UX) is often misunderstood. Many teams and workers believe it’s just sketching or laying out screens. Misunderstanding UX leads to problems in hiring, processes, team culture, product, and customer satisfaction. Today we’ll learn how to start improving all of these by seeing UX as it really is: engineering’s time and money saver.

  • Functional UI - a Stream-Based Equational Approach

    User interface applications can be implemented with an explicit functional relation linking events received by the user interface to the actions to exert on the interfaced systems. Streams by abstracting over time may express that relation concisely. A stream-based implementation is one of the three Functional UI strategies for implementing reliable, well-architected user interface applications.

  • Functional UI - a Model-Based Approach

    Functional UI techniques rely on the functional relation between events processed by the user interface and the actions performed by the interface. If the user interface has discrete modes in which its behavior can be expressed simply, a modelization with state machines is an advantageous functional UI technique. This article explains the technique, its benefits and how it is used in the industry.

  • Functional UI (Framework-Free at Last)

    Functional UI is a set of techniques which rely heavily on functional programming to develop user interface applications. While deceptively simple, functional UI techniques are surprisingly powerful. Functional UI directly reflects the application's specifications, allows developers to unit-test user scenarios, and UI frameworks become mere libraries. Framework-free at last!

  • Five Android and iOS UI Design Guidelines for React Native

    This article will explain why UI designers should follow platform specific guidelines while designing for multiple platforms. This can be quite a complex task, due to the variety of constraints and guidelines there are to consider. We propose five easy guidelines to design for multiple platforms focusing on React Native and without missing key usability concerns.

  • Developing a Secure and Scalable Web Ecosystem at LinkedIn

    LinkedIn’s hyper-growth placed strains on the organization’s infrastructure. A new release model was instrumental to scale and led to increased code quality, security, and member satisfaction.

  • Consensual Software: How to Prioritize User Safety

    This article covers how consensual software will help address online harassment and abuse vectors before they get out of hand. It also covers some features the GitHub Community & Safety team has built and how we review features from other teams.

  • How to Effectively Collect User Feedback in Mobile Application

    This article analyzes a variety of forms of collecting feedback in mobile applications from a number of perspectives, including user experience, development, operations,and cost. It also analyzes in which scenario each form of feedback is more applicable, with the purpose of helping mobile application developers or product managers use the right feedback mechanism and improve their products.

  • How to Make Different Types of JavaScript Lists? Four Examples with Webix

    Sergey Laptick shows how to create web components to display data in the form of different types of lists using the Webix UI Library. From simple lists, to advanced, interactive lists, Laptick discusses the core concepts behind Webix lists and how to create your own, customized list implementations.

  • One API, Many Facades?

    An interesting trend is emerging in the world of Web APIs, with various engineers and companies advocating for dedicated APIs for each consumer with particular needs. Beyond any ideal design of your API, reality strikes back with the concrete and differing concerns of varied API consumers. You might need to optimize your API accordingly.

  • A Web for All: Accessibility and Inclusive Design

    Accessibility allow everyone to have access to information and services. The goal is to provide those with disabilities the same opportunities as their normative counterparts. This article explores how accessibility does not have to be a painful, after the fact initiative, if products are designed with accessibility at the start using inclusive design.

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