and asynchronous at the same time. At first glance, it seems very
controversial. How being able to run only one thing at a time
If you haven't use Ember.js before, its the right moment to try
You might ask, isn't Ember.js dead now? Isn't it gone in vain and
only crazy guys left supporting some legacy applications hoping to
rewrite everything in React and Redux? Dead wrong.
Although Ember.js was around for 5 last years, it wasn't a mainstream ever. Mostly due to the fact that no big companies with unlimited marketing resources were supporting it. But last year, after LinkedIn invested a lot into Ember.js it starts gaining momentum. It used also in Netflix, Heroku, Digital Ocean, Intercom and Siemens.
Maybe you have make a closer look to this framework? And if yes, where to start?
Building high performance native mobile apps with Titanium
A common misconception with cross platform tools like Titanium (or
React Native) is that apps built using those technologies are less
performant than native apps. And while this is often the case, the
cause is rarely the technology, but how it is used.
But how do you achieve high performance for both iOS and Android? This talk will dive into common pitfalls which slow down the app or make it feel sloppy, and obviously how to avoid them and structure your Titanium app so you can avoid this.