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RedMonk, a well-known analytical company specialized in the software industry, has recently published a new edition of its ranking on top-used programming languages. This popular quarterly survey is based on a peculiar methodology. The results are obtained by combining data from GitHub (pull requests) and Stack Overflow (discussion traction).
Using DHTMLX React Gantt and Svelte Gantt, developers should not worry about any dependencies or compatibility issues, as they are composed of purely native code and can be smoothly integrated into React, Vue, or Svelte-based apps and provide superfast performance. But the most remarkable characteristic of new Gantts is their reactivity. It means that all changes in the code or Gantt UI are rendered in the chart without any delays, thereby contributing to a better user experience.
These libraries include everything you need to properly manage project tasks with drag-and-drop. Various types of tasks and dependencies between them, vertical markers for indicating key project dates, tooltips, editing form for introducing changes on-the-fly, and other useful capabilities are available out-of-the-box. All elements of new Gantts are fully customizable, allowing you to adjust them to the needs of any project. Further information on these promising products is provided in this release article.
From now on, it is possible not only to add as many new sheets to the table as you need but also to apply cross-referencing between them. There is also a new context menu that significantly simplifies interactions with multiple sheets. All of this stuff and many other useful things can be easily implemented with the help of new API methods and events. If you want to learn more technical details about the DHTMLX Spreadsheet update, check out this release article.
Gatsby is a modern frontend framework based on React and GraphQL. It is widely used for generating lightning-fast websites and applications. Earlier this month, Gatsby was updated to version 3.0. This major update includes a lot of improvements that are expected to boost both user and developer experience.
Gatsby is valued by many for its high performance and the new iteration of this development tool brings this vital parameter to a new level. Developers will certainly enjoy significant speed enhancements in local development sessions. Build times have been reduced from several minutes to 10 seconds thanks to the use of Incremental Builds by default. It helps to update apps with new content much faster. The new implementation of the Gatsby Image plugin facilitates more efficient image optimization and makes Gatsby-based projects more performant. Read this article to find more details about this update and learn how to get started with Gatsby v3.0.
It is impossible to build a web application with zero defects - one of the sad truths in the life of any web developer. No matter how much time is dedicated to testing before the project reaches the production-ready stage, some bugs and vulnerabilities will go unnoticed anyway. Therefore, the arsenal of any developer must include special tools that help to test applications after they go live. This article offers valuable information about frontend monitoring tools intended for handling runtime issues.