Code & Tools
Articles about the code, tools, and tech that we've used on projects or find interesting.
Progressive Web Apps: Your Startup's Foot In the Door Paid Members Public
The way people use websites is shifting from viewing and clicking on content to using apps. Progressive web applications, or PWAs, have attracted the attention of developers and business users over the last few years because they provide an app-like experience without the need to download anything.
What is React Native? (And Why Is It Trending?) Paid Members Public
According to GlobalStats, 54% of internet users worldwide connect to the web using a mobile phone. This means that the pressure to build better mobile-based digital experiences is on for both developers and decision-makers.
GPT-3: Can a Language Model Change the World? - Video Presentation by Daniel López Paid Members Public
GPT-3 is a language model that creates text when given a human-generated prompt. It can write poetry, code, blog posts, and more. It can be hard to tell it apart from what a human might write (see the bold section below), but can this AI replace humans? Its own answer to that is a bit ambivalent.
High-Fidelity Prototyping: How to Verify Ideas without Writing a Single Line of Code Paid Members Public
Discover the power of High-Fidelity Prototyping and how it allows you to verify your ideas without writing any code.
Strapi: The Customizable Open-Source Headless CMS - Video Presentation by Radek Zábranský Paid Members Public
As Headless CMS gains popularity, having an extensive API and a way to manage your front-end application content without writing any code becomes vital. What if there was a way to do both these things without having to spend hours at your keyboard. Enter Strapi.
Become a Rockstar Developer in 30 Minutes - Video Presentation by Dani López Paid Members Public
Rockstar is an esoteric programming language where the source code looks like lyrics for a rock song. Rockstar is heavily influenced by the lyrical conventions of 1980s hard rock and power ballads.
How to Deliver Software That is Proven Not to Fail - Video Presentation by Roman Vaivod Paid Members Public
Nailing down the UX before coding is something we preach at Salsita. It saves time, reduces costs, and lessens stress for anyone involved in the project. When it does come time for writing the actual code, we already have a strong idea of what the end result should look like.
SAM Pattern - Redux on Steroids? - Video Presentation by Roman Vaivod Paid Members Public
When the complexity of a project grows, it's always a challenge to keep code maintainable, scalable, and robust. This applies to front-end code as well. Many frameworks and patterns exist nowadays that try to tackle this challenge.