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macOS React

How To Install And Set up React on macOS X

We know that React is getting more popular among developers nowadays. It is a JavaScript library which is easy to learn and code. It also enables the feature of reusability of components which significantly reduces the number of lines in our project. React is maintained by Facebook and a community of individual developers and companies. React can […]

Polymer Ubuntu

How to Install and Set Up Polymer 3.0 on Ubuntu 19.04

The polymer is an open-source JavaScript library for building web applications using web components. It is created by Google and it allows repeated usage of HTML elements if the developer wants to create web applications with its components. In this article the important topics are covered which is needed for understanding the CLI and understand the functionality […]

NativeScript Windows

How to Install and Set Up NativeScript 6.0 on Windows 10

At present we are in a world that is become very technical and modern. Things change every day and people are looking at different approaches for things. This applies everywhere and also in the technological world. A plethora of concept and new technology are coming up each day and one and to live up to […]

Proton Native Windows

How to Install and Set Up Proton Native on Windows 10

React, the popular JavaScript library has an imperative role in web development. React Native, a framework to build cross-platform mobile applications is also based on React library. So if we learned React JS, we can work as a web/mobile app developer. But can we build a native desktop application using React? Yes! using Proton Native. […]

Electron Ubuntu

How to Install and Set Up Electron on Ubuntu 19.04 (Disco Dingo)

If we can build a website, we can also build a native desktop application for Windows, MacOS, and  Linux operating systems using the same technology we used in web development(HTML, CSS, and JS). Electron is the framework used for this and it’s simpler than we think. It uses Node.js runtime for the backend and Chromium […]

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