Microservices is an approach to developing a single application as a suite of small parts, services accessed through APIs, as opposed to monolithic architectural style when an application is built as a single unit. It allows different microservices to be written in different programming languages, and they can also be managed by different teams.
Use microservices when your application:
Is a Monolith application
Is hard (for some developers) to Maintain
Productivity is low (need to think about inter-connection all the time)
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Facebook’s development team has decided to open-source another great tool. They’ve released a smaller project called Draft.js, which is a React.js component that lets developers build rich text editors (RTEs, also known as WYSIWYG editors).
As they explained: “Draft.js makes it easy to build any type of rich text input, whether you’re just looking to support a few inline text styles or building a complex text editor for composing long-form articles”
The most easily recognizable advantage of the new PHP 7 engine is the significant performance improvement.
Performance is undoubtedly the biggest reason why you should upgrade your servers as soon as a stable version is released. The core refactoring introduced by the phpng RFC makes PHP 7 as fast as HHVM.
See the results below, they are pretty self-explanatory – PHP 7 Twice The Speed.
React introduces a novel, radical and highly functional approach to constructing user interfaces. In brief, the application UI is simply expressed as a function of the current application state.
Tom Occhino’s introducing React Native and discussing why developers at Facebook decided to create it: