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What is Material UI?

Material UI is a CSS framework that comes with React components preinstalled and follows the guidelines of Google's Material Design. This article describes the nuances of using Material UI and explains how you can create an MUI app.

by Alesia Sirotka • 5 min read

What is Webpack?

Webpack is a module bundler for compiling JavaScript modules like fonts, images, CSS and HTML files, and more. This articles gives a detailed analysis of how to use Webpack and what factors to take into account.

by Alesia Sirotka • 5 min read

What is Node.js?

Node.js is a backend Javascript runtime environment. It often serves as a cross-platform stack meaning Node applications run great on multiple platforms. This article gives a detailed overview of Node.js and the best practices connected with it.

by Alesia Sirotka • 5 min read

What is React?

React is a JavaScript library often credited for its scalability and simple, strict logic. In this article we're detailing the pros, the cons, and the best practices of React development.

by Alesia Sirotka • 5 min read

What is PHP?

PHP (an acronym for Hypertext Pre-processor or the previous one Personal Home Pages) is a server-side open-source scripting language. It is great for dynamic content management, session tracking, databases, and has fantastic community support.

by Alesia Sirotka • 5 min read

What is Hosting and Domain Name?

A domain name is a readable form of an IP address. It consist of numbers and letters, hyphens. When you tyoe in your domain name in your web browser, it sends a request to a global network of servers that form the Domain Name System (DNS).

by Alesia Sirotka • 5 min read

What is Git and Why Use It?

Git allows for tracking changes in software and sets of files. It is essential for developers' collaboration and indispensable in any large-scale project.

by Alesia Sirotka • 5 min read

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