AngularJS framework stops being supported. And if you decide to add new features or upgrade your AngularJS-based app, you may struggle to find the right specialist. The reason is developers hone their skills at new technologies to stay in demand. And few developers are now able to work with old technologies like AngularJS. So if you’re considering AngularJS to Angular migration now or later, keep on reading to find out: How will your app benefit from such a transition? What is the best migration path for you (+ best migration path analyzer)? Or maybe alternative options like React or VueJS will be a better fit for you (comparison table included)?
Dzmitry Garbar • 7 min read
The strong point for JSF is that your in-house or dedicated Java developers don’t need to know everything about frontend to do frontend stuff. However, over time, JSF projects become too complex to maintain, even if your team consists of 100% senior engineers. You're always days behind schedule when you require a use case that isn't provided with existing widgets/features. Developers are forced to create monstrosities of code trying to use JSF to work around the lack of some critical functionalities (like simple REST services). Switching from JSF to client-side frontend frameworks like Angular, React or Vue.js greatly improves developers' efficiency, makes state management much easier and code testing much more streamlined. You don’t need to move your entire JSF-based app at once, break it down and do it in pieces.
Dzmitry Garbar • 1 min read
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