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React

React

It’s a JavaScript library that allows creating user interfaces and it also makes it so much easier to create and interactive versions of UIs. The logic of its components is written in JavaScript, which causes, that the storage of complex structures and state of the application outside the DOM is so much simpler. As a result, code is also easy to debug.
React Native

React Native

It is an open source framework that allows creating applications for different systems at the same time. The code written by the programmer is translated by the bridges, and then compiled into the correct system. This technology enables to use native interface elements and APIs, specific to a given platform, and significantly reduces the time of building apps, thanks to the hot reloading function.
Node.js

Node.js

This technology is an open source environment, for executing the JavaScript code. It enables to create highly scalable solutions on the server side, thanks to which you can maximize performance. It is possible by using the processor and memory to expand the server. Furthermore, it consists of the V8 Node.js engine, which allows developers to create apps within a single programming language.
Vue

Vue

An open source framework, based on JavaScript. It is used both, for developing mobile applications and those advanced web apps. It doesn’t need an environment configuration, and it’s very flexible, which makes it suitable for large and smaller projects. However, it’s best known for creating web applications in the MVVM model (Model-View View-Model).
Flutter

Flutter

Technology designed to build native iOS and Android mobile applications from common code. Its essential elements are widgets that can be quickly adapted to the emerging application, accelerating the process of its creation. The performance of the application is supported by the engine used by Flutter - Skia. Often compared to React Native, but the programming language is different - in Flutter it is the Dart.
Laravel

Laravel

Framework for Php web applications, operating in accordance with the Model View Controller structure. It has a built-in authentication system, thanks to which, you can use only one command to run it - "make: auth". It has also dedicated blade templates and an eloquent model, that streamline the work on the code. The development process is also accelerated by the Asistan command line, which allows generating popular components by using one command.
Redux

Redux

Open source JS library for storing, managing and centralizing the application state. It is an extension of the one-way flux architecture and is based on the fact, that each state of a component results from the previous state. It is characterized by code predictability, and because of that - simplicity of its debugging. So-called as “Time-Travel Debugging”.
Vuex

Vuex

A library for Vue.js applications, and a state management pattern. It is a centralized store for a set of components of developed applications. It has the ability to integrate with the official Vue devtools extension to enable advanced features such as Time-Travel Debugging without configuration or import and export snapshots.
Docker

Docker

It is an open source software, or rather a platform, that allows to develop and deploy applications, using standalone and portable containers. Its advantage is the ability to run applications and processes in designated containers, without the need to emulate the entire hardware layer or the operating system. It is characterized by the ease of creating development environments and the simplicity of delivering ready-made products to target environments.
Php

Php

A scripting, interpretable programming language, designed to build real-time websites and web applications. It allows for dynamic page generation, file modification and data access encryption. Due to its characteristics, it is often used in forms on websites. The functionality of the PHP script has been divided into several parts (four core modules, PEAR repository and PECL repository), differing in their accessibility.

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