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In 2018, the React Native team focused on large scale re-architecture of React Native. They are planning to better support the thriving population of React Native users and collaborators. It's time to share details about what has been worked on.
The vision for React Native is:
When choosing the solution of choice for Customer Relationship Management system (CRM), two options emerge as optimal solutions: on-premise and cloud. Recently, companies have found benefit in both options:
Angular or React?
Each framework has much to offer and the decision between them isn't simple. Whether you’re a newcomer, a freelancer deciding on a framework for your next project, or an enterprise-grade architect planning a strategic vision for your company, a comparison is definitely helpful. This article won’t give a clear answer on which framework is better, but it will assist in comparing the two frameworks so your team can make the educated guess for your next use case.
What Are Hooks?
Hooks let you use state and other React features without writing a class. You can also build your own Hooks to share reusable stateful logic between components.
If you have yet to hear about Hooks, you might find these resources interesting:
TheReact Native Open Source roadmap was announced in Q4 2018 after they decided to invest more in the React Native open source community.
For the first milestone, they focused on identifying and improving the most visible aspects of the community. The goals were to reduce outstanding pull requests, reduce the project's surface area, identify leading user problems, and establish guidelines for community management.
In the past two months, they made more progress than expected. Read on for more details:
It’s the start of a new year, and many working professionals are involved in high-profile capital budget initiatives. One interesting, trending stat is companies across the U.S. are deploying record levels of CapEx budgets on technology. Critical technology projects require talent to drive these efforts to measurable success. Therefore, the search is on for well-qualified candidates interested in challenging opportunities with a new company.
The customer experience and employee productivity have become more of a focal point than ever before. With technology evolving constantly, additional opportunities are becoming available to deliver more and better to customers and employees. Playing a major role in the growing phenomenon is the popularity of artificial intelligence (AI).
Companies are looking for top technology talent with the skillsets to drive transformative initiatives. However, the technical professional labor market has arrived at the point that the demand is substantially higher than the skilled professional supply. Gartner research underscored the market imbalance when it found 70% of tech employees have not mastered the skills they need for their current role, and 80% need to grow their skillsets for future career success.
Research has found that 30% of employers are looking to grow their IT departments next year. Similarly, 25% of IT professionals intend on looking for a new job in 2019. This upcoming year will continue the trend from past years where low employment and in-demand skill sets will mean high salaries for qualified professionals as employers are hungry for top tech talent. As a result, there is a growing focus on skillsets to stand out in this already competitive market.